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Meet the members of the new-look Nursing Times advisory board

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Like most journals, Nursing Times has a select group of experts and leaders who act as advisors on editorial policy and other issues to ensure it is informed, accurate and up-to-date.

Over the past few months, we have been refreshing our advisory board to reflect recent changes in roles and retirements.

The 25 members of our board have been chosen to reflect the full diversity of nursing, with representatives from the main care providing sectors, as well as education and research.

For example, they include trust directors of nursing, charity leaders, senior nurses from national agencies, top academics and other leading experts in their field.

To read more about them, visit our advisory board landing page or click on the links in the list below to see each of their biographies.

Nursing Times advisory board members:

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  • Great to see the advisory board, shame that there is not more diversity .

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