Kellogg alumna Amy Price has recently graduated from the MSc in Evidence-Based Healthcare at the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine within the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford. The centre is led by Kellogg Fellow and Senior Tutor, Carl Heneghan who was also Amy’s College Adviser. Amy told us that, “to graduate from Evidence Based Health Care with an MSc is a special honour and I count this as one of my life accomplishments. My friends dared me to apply to Oxford and so I did. I have never looked back. My progress and the award would not be possible without the wonderful people I encountered on this journey. In Oxford and at Kellogg there is a vibrant and supportive community that develops from people who want to make a difference. I have made friends here that will last a lifetime.”
In a post written for the Kellogg Blog, Amy writes about her experience of studying for the MSc along with sharing with us what being a part of Kellogg College means to her. Read Amy’s post on the Kellogg Blog.