36 Photos - Feb 14, 2012
Photo: Every good launch needs a cakePhoto: Feed your audience before you make them sit down to listen. It's the best way!Photo: Sample copies of the 'Pride in Practice' workbook were available for people to look at. Copies are only given out to GP Practices who sign up to the scheme.Photo: Photo: Almost seventy people had booked in advance to attend. It was standing room only for LGF staff at the backPhoto: Paul Martin OBE, Chief Executive of the LGF, introduced the proceedingsPhoto: Paul Martin OBEPhoto: Photo: Paul Martin OBEPhoto: 'Pride in Practice' has been endorsed by TV's Dr Christian JessenPhoto: Paul MartinPhoto: Paul Martin OBEPhoto: The audience were glued to the presentationPhoto: LGF's project manager for 'Pride in Practice', Dennis Baldwin, explained how the process worksPhoto: LGF's project manager for 'Pride in Practice', Dennis Baldwin, explained how the process worksPhoto: Photo: Shahnaz Ali, Director for Equality, Inclusion and Human Rights at NHS North West, explained why initiatives like this are strategically important and introduced guest speaker Dr Clare GeradaPhoto: Shahnaz Ali, Director for Equality, Inclusion and Human Rights at NHS North West, explained why initiatives like this are strategically important and introduced guest speaker Dr Clare GeradaPhoto: Shahnaz Ali, Director for Equality, Inclusion and Human Rights at NHS North West, explained why initiatives like this are strategically important and introduced guest speaker Dr Clare GeradaPhoto: Shahnaz Ali, Director for Equality, Inclusion and Human Rights at NHS North West, explained why initiatives like this are strategically important and introduced guest speaker Dr Clare GeradaPhoto: Shahnaz Ali, Director for Equality, Inclusion and Human Rights at NHS North West, explained why initiatives like this are strategically important and introduced guest speaker Dr Clare GeradaPhoto: Dr Clare Gerada, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, took time from challenging the Health and Social Care Bill to welcome and praise 'Pride in Practice'. She committed to promoting it among GPsPhoto: Dr Clare Gerada, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, took time from challenging the Health and Social Care Bill to welcome and praise 'Pride in Practice'. She committed to promoting it among GPsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Staff from 'The Docs', a city centre practice that had acted as a guinea pig to help develop the system, received the very first 'Pride in Practice' awardPhoto: Staff from 'The Docs', a city centre practice that had acted as a guinea pig to help develop the system, received the very first 'Pride in Practice' awardPhoto: Staff from 'The Docs', a city centre practice that had acted as a guinea pig to help develop the system, received the very first 'Pride in Practice' awardPhoto: Photo: Photo: Paul Martin brought the proceedings to a closePhoto: Paul Martin brought the proceedings to a closePhoto: Paul Martin and Shahnaz Ali celebrate the successful launch of 'Pride in Practice' by cutting the cakePhoto: Paul Martin and Shahnaz Ali celebrate the successful launch of 'Pride in Practice' by cutting the cake