Events support coordinator Ibadete Fetahu manages the systems that keep Nursing Times running smoothly.
Bringing her administrative experiences from the World Bank, Ibadete ensures that the Nursing Times team, contributors and the network of peer reviewers are supported. As book reviews editor, Ibadete selects suitable and challenging books for our nurse audience and finds expert reviewers to give their opinions on them to help our readers with their book choices.
Ibadete joined Nursing Times in 2009. Prior to that, she worked for International Medical Corps (IMC) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), both in Kosovo.
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