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Why are you #proud2nurse?

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Use the comments section to share your #proud2nurse moments

Less than week into the campaign, there have been over 750 #proud2nurse tweets on twitter and on Facebook 525 people have ‘liked’ #proud2nurse selfies, but what about those of you who aren’t on social media? We wanted to give you a chance to get involved so please use the comments section below to share what makes you feel proud to nurse.

 

 

 

 

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Readers' comments (4)

  • I'm #proud2nurse because it is, wihhout doubt, the most rewarding career I could possibly be doing

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  • Im #proud 2 nurse because every day that I go to work I make someone's life better. Cheesy but true!

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  • I'm sick andtired of hearing about how s*** nurses are in the Daily Fail et al. I'm #proud2nurse bcecause I know nursing is something to be proud of, whatever they say!

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  • I am proud to nurse and proud of my profession. There was a time when people respected nurses and treated us with respect. We need to get back to that place. Most nurses work incredibly hard and provide effective and compassionate care. We need to shout this from the rooftops because our voices have not been heard. They’ve been drowned in a deluge of negativity and people do not hear about the good work. We need to ensure that the public the politicians and the press are aware of all the excellent work that goes on. Nurses need to be proud and loud because we will not be able to deliver quality care if we become demoralised. .

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