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Photo exhibition shows nurses 'at work and play'

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The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital and the Cavell Nurses’ Trust are joining forces to celebrate nurses on International Nurses’ Day on Thursday 12th May. 

The hospital, based in Birmingham is hosting a photographic exhibition that celebrates their nurses at the hospital and beyond. The display includes shots of nurses at work and play, to give a flavour of what life is like to carry out this critical role.

Redditch-based nursing charity Cavell Nurses’ Trust, that gives money and support to nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants experiencing financial or personal hardship, has supported The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in producing the exhibition.

Cavell Nurses’ Trust Chairman, Simon Knighton, is delighted with the results, “The exhibition shows us the person behind the professional. It’s our privilege to be here for nurses when they’re facing hardship so, if possible, they can get back to the job and the life they love.”

“This is a great way to celebrate these amazing nurses on International Nurses’ Day and it’s clear the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital are very proud of their staff.”

The exhibition runs from Thursday 12th May to Friday 20th May and is open to the public in the Outpatients Department of the Hospital on Bristol Road South.

Anyone interested in seeing the exhibition can visit it The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Outpatients Department from Thursday 12th May to Friday 20th May. You can also view the work on the hospital website at

Cavell Nurses’ Trust is also sharing ‘A Day in the Life of a Nurse’ stories to celebrate International Nurses’ Day: #HereForNurses

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