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Ellie (Ellen) Phillips

Ellie (Ellen) Phillips

Guernsey, Channel Islands

Tissue Viability/Lymphoedema Clnical Nurse Specialist

Female

Originally from Cornwall now permanent resident in Guernsey, have husband, 3 children and two dogs.
Enjoy my Work as the Community Tissue Viability/Lymphoedema CNS for last 5 years
Cover all of Health and Social Care Services in secondary and primary care locally including the island of Alderney.
I can never stop learning and begin my 1st Masters Module in March 2018.

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  • Comment on: Bullying among trust’s A&E nurses created ‘tribal culture’

    Ellie (Ellen) Phillips's comment 26 February, 2018 8:30 pm

    This is not a new phenomenon in nursing, I have been in nursing for over 30 years and have seen and heard of bullying within the NHS. I have also been at the recieving end and know how the victim can feel isolated and unworthy.
    I was hoping that with the crisis within the NHS would bring the nurses together to concentrate on providing care for their patients and work as a team with respect for the role each member provides. But it seems not in all hospitals and maybe times haven't changed.