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PRUH midwife presented with national award

03 June 2024 - Hannah Turner has won a MAMA Academy Student Midwife Award

Hannah Turner, Student Practice Facilitator at the Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH), has been recognised for her ‘exceptional support, extensive knowledge, friendly demeanour’ with a MAMA Midwifery Support Product of the Year Award 2024.

The MAMA Academy Student Midwifery Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements and contributions made by student midwives and other maternity professionals.

Lucy Saunders, Midwifery Practice Facilitator at the PRUH, said: “In her role, Hannah supports mentors and student midwives throughout their development, helping them provide responsive, high quality care to women, parents-to-be and their families. She was nominated for this award by a midwifery student who highlighted Hannah’s exceptional support, extensive knowledge, friendly demeanour and her work to foster a supportive environment. Hannah is an invaluable member of the team who is passionate about supporting and nurturing our future midwives, and we are extremely proud of her.”

Hannah added: “I want our student midwives to feel they have a constant support and know they can turn to me for help. I am always thinking and planning how I can enhance students’ learning, and it feels wonderful to be recognised for this. Honestly, the award means so much to me.”

To find out more about the MAMA Academy Student Midwife Awards, visit their website.