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Trust celebrates creativity in nursing careers

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A London NHS Trust has launched a series of arts projects celebrating the benefits of creative works within healthcare settings.

A London NHS Trust has launched a series of arts projects celebrating the benefits of creative works within healthcare settings.

Culture and Care is a series of literary, visual and performance arts events which launched this month at The Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King's College London NHS Trust.

The first two works in the series are an exhibition of jewellery celebrating the life of Florence Nightingale and a series of portraits of staff and students at the school.

Anne Marie Rafferty, Dean of the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, said she looked forward to further visual, performing and literary arts commissions over the next few months. 'All of these initiatives are designed to release the creative energies and to celebrate the diverse identities of our staff, students and visitors.'

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