Due to COVID restrictions PMF held their PROMPT Annual Meeting virtually on Wednesday 9 December 2020 where a host of PROMPT members, faculty and trustees attended wearing their festive hats.

Chair of Trustees, Helen Crisp, opened the event to welcome and thank everyone for their support and help during what has been, a very difficult year, for the charity with PROMPT training having been postponed due to COVID-19  social distancing requirements.

Mark James, CEO, shared plans for PROMPT in 2021 including the anticipated launch of the PROMPT Annual Package in 2021 which will include updated resources, videos and new modules including the Pre Hospital PROMPT package to enable hospital trusts to work with their local ambulance service to deliver maternity training to paramedics.

PROMPT Clinical Fellows Sophie Renwick and Emily Hotton delivered presentations of the PROMPT research they are currently undertaking with the team. We were delighted to welcome Danya Bakhbakhi to share her PhD research which she is undertaking with North Bristol Trust Women and Children's Health Research Team.

Cathy Winter & Debbie Sirett updated everyone with the latest PROMPT resources of the PROMPT e-learning training package which has been offered to all maternity units in the world free of charge and shared the great news that this has now been distributed to 169 units in the UK, 49 maternity units globally and 41 UK universities.

Tim Draycott shared COVID impact and the future on maternity units - the future looks bright with the new COVID vaccine on it's way.

The evening was rounded off with the delivery of the PROMPT Christmas Quiz, hosted by Tim - it was not just about getting the questions right it was also about who answered the fastest and the winner was.......Dr Kate Collins - well done Kate.