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Monday
May282018

Delighted to share my great news... from 1st June 2018.

Ann Greenhough (centre) circa 1977 Vitrix Ludorum Churston Ferrers Grammar School

Dear friends, colleagues and @exerciseworks tweeps

My heartful thanks and appreciation goes to all the people in my life that have supported, advised, mentored, loved me, and fought for me. They are all indeed the real "winners of the games" and are always in my heart. Thank you!

However, I am delighted to announce that I have been awarded an Honorary Associate Professorship at The University of Nottingham.

Simultaneously, I have also been awarded an Honorary Visiting Professorship at Plymouth Marjon University.

Needless to say I am deeply in awe, honoured, and thankful, to receive these honorary academic appointments and thank Nottingham and Marjon for these great honours.

It's been a long time since this photograph was taken when I won the Churston Ferrers Grammar School Victrix ludorum in circa 1977. For the record, I have always been a sincere science and mathematics geek. Movement, (track and field, hockey, basketball, netball, tennis and hiking) was just my geek reward! And I like to think that all my teachers of the past and present, can share in the full credit for these current honours.

Since those early days of my career, I have always enjoyed combining: science, pharmacy, physical activity and fun exercise in all my endeavours, hence @exerciseworks.

And now an academic role beckons...my wish is for every health care professional to be a passionate advocate for the benefits of movement. And to enable active opportunities for every patient.

So please, let's aim for that, together we can #BeatNCDs and #EndPJParalysis.

 

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