BAPS Blogging Awards
2017 – Emma Murphy – Finalist Campaign for Change
2018 – Emma Murphy – Finalist Campaign for Change
WINNERS – Special Recognition Awards
2019 – Emma Murphy – Finalist Campaign for Change
2020 – INFACT – Finalist Community Organisation
National Diversity Awards
2017 – Emma Murphy – Positive Role Model
2018 – Emma Murphy – Positive Role Model
2019 – Emma Murphy – Positive Role Model
Janet Williams – Lifetime Achievement Award
2020 – INFACT – Community Organisation
Epilepsy Action Helping Hands Awards 2020
Here at INFACT we are so proud to have received not just nominations but incredibly awards. We are a very small team, just 2 mums with a huge desire to change the prescribing of medications in Pregnancy globally, so that women are given an informed choice, and most importantly ensuring that support is awarded to children harmed by Sodium Valproate and Teratogenic medicines in Pregnancy.
We thank every person that nominated and voted for us, for with what has been an incredibly difficult Campaign, huge workload and many tears shed along the way. We also thank all the supporting MPs, Peers and Organisations we have liased with , to name a few Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency, Department of Health, NICE, NHS England, NHS Improvement, World Health Organisation and other organisations involved in this topic. We want to thank publicly and acknowledge Baroness Julia Cumberlege and her team for listening , hearing and producing a ground breaking report that will eventually see the recommendations put in place for children harmed by Sodium Valproate.
All the above awards were accepted proudly on behalf of each and every child / adult and their families that have been harmed by Sodium Valproate and other Epilepsy Medications in Pregnancy.
“Every woman taking medication has the right to know if it will harm her baby”