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Good luck to RCM Better Births Award finalists

22nd February 2017


With only a few weeks to go until the 2017 Royal College of Midwives (RCM) Annual Midwifery Awards, EuroKing would like to wish the finalists of the Better Births category the very best of luck.

This year’s Better Births Award finalists are Barts Health NHS Trust, Birmingham Women’s NHS Foundation Trust, Hywel Dda University Health Board and Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust. The winner will be announced at a ceremony on 7th March 2017 at the Brewery, London.

For the 2nd year in a row, Euroking is sponsoring the Better Births category.  EuroKing is the leading supplier of maternity information systems, and is proud to have been supporting maternity departments across the UK and Ireland since 1984. The RCM Annual Midwifery Awards have rewarded, celebrated and shared outstanding achievement in midwifery across the UK since 2004, recognising the best new evidence-based practice projects and the best in team working.   The Better Births Award recognises the achievement of an individual or team in any maternity setting in meeting one or more of the aims of the Better Births Initiatives – maximising continuity of care, increasing normal birth and normality or reducing inequalities and disadvantage.

These awards are a gift that keeps giving – providing inspiration, evidence sharing and publicity for midwifery throughout the year,” Professor Cathy Warwick CBE, chief executive, RCM.

Chris Yeowart, Managing Director of EuroKing, says: “It was a pleasure to meet the category finalists at the judging day in December. All the projects are truly inspiring and demonstrate the amazing work that midwives do daily. We are very much looking forward to announcing the winner at the ceremony in March.”

EuroKing is part of the Wellbeing Software Group and is a member of the RCM Alliance Programme. EuroKing is working with the RCM to inform the development of information and technology solutions to aid midwives to deliver care throughout pregnancy and birth, to improve safety and choice.

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