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2019

Community Festival 2019, The University of Manchester. Name of stall: “Early identification of hearing loss in primary care”. Activities: a) Raise awareness about the importance of hearing b) Draw attention to the importance of early identification and intervention for hearing loss, using the HearWHO App https://www.who.int/deafness/hearWHO/en/ (demonstrate the app using a tablet) c) Encourage people to check their hearing regularly and practice safe listening. d) Gather the first impressions of the public via a short questionnaire, regarding the term “lifestyle-related hearing loss”.

2019

Poem that was submitted to the Creative Manchester Poetry Competition 2019. The Centre for New Writing, in partnership with Creative Manchester, launched The University of Manchester Poetry competition for all students, staff and alumni of The University of Manchester. The competition was themed around ‘Manchester means the world to me’. Participants were invited to write a poem that examines what the University means to them and explore the impact of both the city and the University on the world.

2019

“Alcohol Awareness Campaign”, at the Student Union of The University of Manchester, 22 February 2019. I was a volunteer at this initiative that was organised by a great team of 4th year students from the Manchester Pharmacy School. The public engagement event was also organised in a larger scale, at Asda Hulme Superstore, at 1st of March 2019. The activities gave visitors the chance to try non-alcohol beer and to get information about the consequenses of alcohol abuse. If they evaluated that drink at a level that could put their health at risk, we gave them tips for small changes in their alcohol consumption, so as to notice some benefits after just a few weeks.

2018

“University Community Festival”, The University of Manchester, Manchester, 16 June 2018. I was among the expert researchers of the University in the Community Festival, where the University opened up its doors to local residents and the general public. Children and adults alike got a chance to experience many of the exciting things that go on at our University. Visitors were able to see where research to tackle some of the world’s greatest challenges is carried out. There were plenty of hands on activities; from live experiments, interactive demonstrations, heritage tours and workshops. The activities gave visitors the chance to get hands-on with the hearing health research and a plethora of work from across each of our three Faculties at the University of Manchester.

2018

“Your Amazing Ears”, Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, 28 April 2018. I was among the expert researchers of the University of Manchester that helped the visitors to discover all about the science of our ears in a fun and interactive way. This public engagement event was full of hands-on activities to help find out how we hear the world around us, how we can protect our hearing and how we can learn to communicate with sign language. Over 800 children with their parents stepped into the portable singing booth to see how high they can get the sound meter to reach, discovered what ear wax is actually for, looked inside a giant ear and find out about inventions that have helped people to hear in the past. Then, they designed products that can help people hear in the future.

  • 'Honourable Mention Award' 19th Panhellenic Congress on Heath Services Management, Hellenic Health Services Management Association (HHSMA), Titania Hotel Athens, 12-14 October 2017
2017

'Honourable Mention Award' 19th Panhellenic Congress on Health Services Management, Hellenic Health Services Management Association (HHSMA), Titania Hotel Athens, 12-14 October 2017

  • 19th Panhellenic Congress on Heath Services Management, Hellenic Health Services Management Association (HHSMA), Titania Hotel Athens, 12-14 October 2017
  • 19th Panhellenic Congress on Heath Services Management, Hellenic Health Services Management Association (HHSMA), Titania Hotel Athens, 12-14 October 2017
2017

19th Panhellenic Congress on Heath Services Management, Hellenic Health Services Management Association (HHSMA), Titania Hotel Athens, 12-14 October 2017

2017

'2017 Outstanding Contribution to Social Innovation Award', 5th Pan-Hellenic Interscientific Symposium, in the frames of the 5th Pan-Hellenic Festival 'Deaf and Hearing People in Action', Nafplio, 1 Oct 2017

  • 5th Pan-Hellenic Interscientific Symposium, in the frames of the 5th Pan-Hellenic Festival 'Deaf and Hearing People in Action', Nafplio, 1 Oct 2017
  • 5th Pan-Hellenic Interscientific Symposium, in the frames of the 5th Pan-Hellenic Festival 'Deaf and Hearing People in Action', Nafplio, 1 Oct 2017
  • 5th Pan-Hellenic Interscientific Symposium, in the frames of the 5th Pan-Hellenic Festival 'Deaf and Hearing People in Action', Nafplio, 1 Oct 2017
2017

5th Pan-Hellenic Interscientific Symposium, in the frames of the 5th Pan-Hellenic Festival 'Deaf and Hearing People in Action', Nafplio, 1 Oct 2017

2017

DEAFestival 2017 Summit entitled “Inclusion with Sign Language”, in the frames of the 2nd DEAFestival in Greece. Cultural Centre “Galaxias”, Municipality of Nea Smirni, Nea Smirni, 22-24 September 2017.

  • First Prize for Best Oral Presentation, among 230 speakers, 12th Pan-Hellenic Congress on Management, Economics and Health Policy, under the auspice of the Greek Ministry of Health
  • First Prize for Best Oral Presentation, among 230 speakers, 12th Pan-Hellenic Congress on Management, Economics and Health Policy, under the auspice of the Greek Ministry of Health
  • First Prize for Best Oral Presentation, among 230 speakers, 12th Pan-Hellenic Congress on Management, Economics and Health Policy, under the auspice of the Greek Ministry of Health
2016

First Prize for Best Oral Presentation, among 230 speakers, 12th Pan-Hellenic Congress on Management, Economics and Health Policy, under the auspice of the Greek Ministry of Health

  • 12th Pan-Hellenic Congress on Management, Economics and Health Policy, under the auspice of the Greek Ministry of Health
2016

12th Pan-Hellenic Congress on Management, Economics and Health Policy, under the auspice of the Greek Ministry of Health

2016

10/2/2016 - 'What can I do with a psychology degree'? An interview with psychologist Dialechti Tsimpida (Saint Spyridon FM 91.1) (interview in Greek)