Well Tuesday was the big day and we went up to London to find out who would win overall. It was such a lovely day and so great to catch up with Kim again and for her to finally meet Benji.
I really hope that this opens up an opportunity to highlight the need for better care for women with epilepsy during pregnancy across the board, it's about so much more than the risks of the medications, it's all the other factors at play both medical, social and psychological and women just don't get the support they need. Anyway I will not go on to much about that now as I am planning to write about that for my blog for the epilepsy blog relay on 19th March so watch this space.
But instead I will add some links to stories covering Kims success.
Epilepsy nurse Kim Morley revealed as ‘mums’ midwife of the year’ - Nursing Times
Mums’ Midwife of the Year 2016 — We Meet The Winner - Mum's in the know
Epilepsy Action’s HealthE mum-to-be campaign and epilepsy specialist midwife Kim Morley win big at RCM awards - Epilepsy Action
England's only epilepsy specialist midwife honoured as Midwife of the Year 2016 - Epilepsy Society