Perinatal Institute wins 2015 Clinical Leadership Award

The Perinatal Institute was awarded the 2015 BMJ Award for Clinical Leadership, for its work in stillbirth prevention which has led to the reduction of stillbirths in England to their lowest ever levels.
The judging panel, led by Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, national medical director of NHS England, commended the work for its ‘quiet, relentless, determined leadership across a complex network of healthcare provision’.
The award was presented by Professor Terence Stephenson, chairman of the GMC, at the prestigious BMJ Awards Ceremony on 7 May 2015 at the Park Plaza Hotel in London.

From left: Sally Buller, Specialist Midwife; Sue Turner, Supervisor of Midwives; Professor Jason Gardosi, Director;
Sally Giddings, Head of Midwifery; Mandy Williams, Specialist Midwife.


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Extract from BMJ Awards Winners' Brochure

Announcement on BMJ website

Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management - Interview with Prof. Gardosi