THE Queen’s Honours list has been released, including a research doctor in the army from Odiham.

Dr Deborah Goodwin, from Odiham, has been given the honour for her service in the army as the head of the communication and applied behavioural science department at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst.

Dr Goodwin joined the department in 1994, and has written extensively on a variety of subjects, including her specialisms in negotiation, diplomacy and conflict resolution.

Her research covers topics such as military negotiation, gunboat diplomacy in relation to dealing with pirates, and international dialogue in international politics.

The award was given to her for her services to Armed Forces Staff Education.

Others in Hampshire on the honours list include:

Pauline Broomhead, from Andover, founder and chief executive of the Foundation for Social Improvement, a charity that was set up to aid small charities with learning opportunities to grow larger.

Marion Kerley, for 50 years of service to the town of Andover, including being the mayor of Test Valley.

Clare Davies, HR director for the Metropolitan Police Service.

Dr Nicholas Hughes, for services to Innovation in Africa.

Dr Cheryll Pitt, senior executive officer at the Ministry of Defence, for services to aviation safety.

David Curry, chief fire officer at Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service received the Queen’s Fire Service Medal for Distinguished Service.