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Learn About one of our 2019 National Honours Awards Recipient: Opal Maureen Edwards

Feature | October 14, 2019
A Registered Nurse, Midwife, Dairy farmer, and Santa Claus are just a few of the titles Mrs. Opal Maureen Edwards has picked up over the years. Mrs Edwards has over 40 years experience working in Jamaica’s health and education sectors. Trained at the Victoria Hospital in the United Kingdom in 1970 and at the University College Hospital of the West Indies Mona in 1974, she would receive further training in 1978 as a Vocational Instructor at the Vocational Training Development Institute (VDTI).
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