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Dr Mike Daley was the first doctor on the scene at the Manchester attacks last year. He was off duty at the time but lept straight into action to help others. He received a valour award from The BMA for heroic action. 

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Emma has worked at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals since 2000, where she started working in the health records department whilst studying at college. In 2007, Emma graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a BA (Hons) in Midwifery Studies. Following this, in 2008, Emma commenced in post as a midwife for Lancashire Teaching Hospitals where she went on to undertake a number of roles within the maternity service. Emma was successfully appointed to her current role as the Delivery...

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Mary Baldwin is an inspirational nurse who has dedicated her 51 year-long nursing career to our hospitals. Her career started in 1967 at the age of 17 where she worked at Lostock Hall continuation hospital for a year before commencing her nurse training at Preston. In 1971, she qualified as a Registered General Nurse and began working at the Preston Infirmary until its closure in 1981 when she moved to the Royal Preston Hospital surgical unit as a staff nurse on night duty. In 2010, Mary...

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Cathy started her NHS career in 1976 and has worked continuously in the NHS as both a nurse and midwife. Having worked in a number of trusts, progressing from a junior midwife working in both hospitals and community, to her current role of Divisional Midwifery and Nursing Director, leading maternity services, neonatal services and gynaecology services at Lancashire Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Cathy has significantly developed maternity services over her years as a midwifery...

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Alison Birtle, Consultant Oncologist is not only consistently awarded for her positive patient feedback but is also awarded for her fantastic work and commitment to research. Notably, Alison was the UK lead for the POUT trial recently; a practice changing trial. The POUT trial is the largest and only large scale randomised trial within this patient group and looks at the impact of chemotherapy after surgery for cancer of the upper urinary tract system. Alison Birtle, Consultant...

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Tracy has worked in nutrition nursing for the last 14 years as a consultant nurse, and has led many service innovations.  These include establishing a 7 day service for patients, developing local services to support both in—patient and out-patient intestinal failure patients, and a home TPN service.  She also has, unusually, a medical leadership role and was appointed as the Associate Divisional Medical Director for Surgery.  More recently she has led the development and roll out of a range...

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Rachael has had an amazing impact on improving care and new ways of working, not only for Lancashire Teaching Hospitals and our region, but also on the national and international stage, speaking at European and international conferences to represent the NHS. Rachael always goes above and beyond for any patient she has dealings with, and is a truly inspirational manager, colleague and mentor. Nurses and doctors contribute hugely to the NHS, but therapists are able to provide a holistic...

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