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Lisa Bayliss award

Lisa Bayliss was a 20-year-old student audiologist working at the Royal Liverpool Hospital.

Sadly, in 1992, Lisa's life was tragically taken on her way home from work. Lisa is greatly missedby all who met her but especially her family, colleagues and her patients. Lisa was kind, caring and worked well with everyone she met. She was described as a great people person. When it was suggested that an award be named in her honour, it came as no surprise that the award would be given to someone who showed the qualities Lisa possessed in abundance.

The Lisa Bayliss award was traditionally given to the student who performed best in the BAAT part 2 practical exam. With the introduction of the BSc, the award is now given to the student who performs the best during their BSc placement year.



Rhys Palfrey is pictured here he won the award in 2011.

 Lisa Bayliss award