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th] March) 'Midwife of the Year' by the prestigious British Journal of Midwifery.
Sue Thompson, from Liverpool Women's Hospital, was given the accolade by the British Journal of Midwifery.
MIDWIVES on Teesside have received a very special delivery - a national award from the British Journal of Midwifery Practice.
The British Journal of Midwifery said in December: "Although they may not realise it, women all over the world are indebted to Jennifer Sleep.
These models can be used as visual aids in teaching a 'hands off ' technique for breastfeeding, and the team responsible for the project won first prize in the 2007 British Journal of Midwifery Innovator of the Year Award.
Bernie was delighted to be declared the best community midwife in the country at a ceremony for the British Journal of Midwifery awards at Birmingham's Botanical Gardens.
Long-serving midwife Bea Fung has also won midwife of the year in the British Journal of Midwifery awards.
Pictures of starfish and soothing shorelines, dolphin music, aqua blue walls and fluffy pillows are all commonplace at Swansea NHS Trust's Birth Centre which has just been shortlisted for a top industry award by the British Journal of Midwifery.