The Dr Helen Row Zonta Memorial Prize was established by the Zonta Club of Brisbane in 1992 to honour Dr Row’s contribution as a pioneer in the field of child psychiatry in Queensland and as a Charter Member of the Club.
The late Dr Row was committed to Zonta, and in her retirement years established 12 new clubs. She passed away in 1987. This award aims to promote interest and excellence in the treatment or prevention of mental health problems, including psychiatric and behavioural problems, in childhood and adolescence.
Originally, this prize was awarded annually to a researcher at The University of Queensland (UQ) in the field of mental health in childhood and adolescence. In 2017, the award rules were restructured.
The $3000 prize is awarded to the UQ medical student, male or female, with the highest combined marks in the paediatrics and mental health clinical rotations.
The prize is maintained from an endowed fund subscribed by Dr Row’s former Zonta colleagues and friends, and is administered by The University of Queensland.
|1997||Dr Susan Wilson|
|1998||Dr Gwen Roberts|
|2000||Dr Margaret Turner|
|2001||Dr James Scott|
|2002||Dr Robert King|
|2004||Prof Sue Spence, Dr Jeanie Sheffield|
|2009||Professor Graham Martin|
|2010||Professor Stanley Catts|
|2012||Dr Adrian Kelly|
|2014||Dr Gary Chan|
|2015||Dr Stephen Chester|
|2018||Dr Shanalie Dias|
|2019||Dr Alexandra Miller|