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Midwives gather for innovation awards in London

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Midwives met last week to recognise innovation in the profession at a prestigious award ceremony in London.

Awards were given across 10 categories including ‘Innovations in Midwifery’, ‘Promoting Normal Birth’ and ‘Effective Midwifery in Community Settings’ at the Royal College of Midwives’ seventh annual awards ceremony.

Dr Lindsay Reid, from Scotland, received a Lifetime Achievement Award for her work over thirty years as a midwife, educator and author.

Cathy Warwick, general secretary of the Royal College of Midwives, said: ‘These awards showcase the important, innovative and pioneering work being done by midwives across the country, and we congratulate the winners and entrants.’

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