Awards nomination for Limerick women

first_imgTWO Limerick women have been given national recognition for projects which aim to improve the future for patients in Ireland.Bruree native, Anna Maria Verling, and her team, developed the project ‘Labelling Stillbirth-Does it Make a Difference?’, which has been shortlisted in the Hope category.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Meanwhile, Mary Flynn of Cappamore, developed a ‘newborn hearing screening programme’ that has been shortlisted in the Commitment category.Both projects have been shortlisted in this year’s Astellas Changing Tomorrow Awards 2011, and their teams from Tallaght Hospital and Cork University Hospital have been invited to attend an awards ceremony in Dublin.The Astellas Changing Tomorrow Awards were set up to recognise exceptional work being undertaken by professionals working in health to change tomorrow for their patients, in whatever field or aspect of healthcare they are involved in.Over 100 nationwide entries were received for the awards. NewsLocal NewsAwards nomination for Limerick womenBy admin – February 2, 2012 492 Advertisement Previous articleOnce valuable horses abandoned in countyNext articleThousands at risk from deadly gas admin WhatsApp Emailcenter_img Linkedin Print Twitter Facebooklast_img

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