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Institute awards two honorary Fellowships as it launches annual report

8th December 2016

The Institute of Health Visiting (iHV) is delighted to announce two new honorary Fellows and the launch of its fourth annual report, detailing the progress and many highlights of the iHV over the last year.

Dame Elizabeth Fradd and Lord Victor Adebowale received their honorary Fellowships of the Institute of Health Visiting at the iHV’s fourth annual celebration event held in London yesterday evening (7 December).  The awards, in recognition of their encouragement to found the Institute and their continued support of both the iHV and the health visiting profession, mark the high esteem in which they are held by the Institute’s board.

Dame Elizabth Fradd receiving her honorary Fellowship from Pamela Goldberg OBE, chair of iHV
Picture by: www.matthewwalkerphotography.com

Lord Victor Adebowale receiving his honorary Fellowship from Pamela Goldberg OBE, chair of iHV
Picture by: www.matthewwalkerphotography.com

Dr Cheryll Adams CBE, executive director of the Institute of Health Visiting said:

“It was a real pleasure to welcome both Dame Elizabeth Fradd and Lord Victor Adebowale onto the stage at our annual celebration event to receive their honorary Fellowships of the Institute. Both were instrumental in supporting the founding of the Institute five years ago and this is an acknowledgement of their continued interest in our work.”

The iHV annual report, was also launched during the iHV’s annual celebration event, detailing the Institute’s developments over the past 12 months.

Dr Cheryll Adams CBE, executive director of the Institute of Health Visiting said:

“I am absolutely delighted to share our latest annual report and, as we celebrate our fourth birthday, I would like to thank everyone who has helped to make the Institute the organisation it is today.  Together, with our members, Fellows and partners, we will continue to work hard to protect and strengthen the health of children, families and communities into the future.”