As well as caring for patients, it is the science of nursing and helping patients that appeals to Louise Arnold, as she explains to Shivani Chande
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When John Templeton was medically discharged from the British Army in 1998, he may have left the battlefield, but it did not leave him.
Stacey Shaw always knew she wanted to work with children so as soon as she qualified as a nurse, she requested a management placement in neonatal care and never looked backed.
Councillor Yemi Osho, Mayor of Waltham Forrest and nurse of 30 years, is a force to be reckoned with.
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Annette Lawrance-Owen has made it her life work to help grieving families move forward after the loss of a child
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There’s no such as thing as a ‘typical day’ for the nurses at Battersea Power Station
As both the president of the Infection Prevention Society and deputy director of infection prevention control at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, it’s clear that Dr Neil Wigglesworth is a busy man who wears many hats
Dorcas Gwata started as a hospital cleaner, and now she’s a clinical nurse specialist who works with young people affected by gangs
The opportunity to merge clinical work and research has been a true success in the eyes of Dr Joseph Manning, a clinical-academic senior research fellow in children, young people and family nursing, who works across Nottingham Children’s Hospital, Coventry University and The University of Nottingham.
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Catriona Briers was the first NHS nurse in Northern Ireland to undertake a blood transfusion in a patient’s home back in 1999. It’s something she is extremely proud of, and is fairly sure she is also one of the first in the UK to do this.