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The QNI Sep 16
A great article in which dispels the myth that is just for older nurses. suits anyone with a real passion for helping people, regardless if they are newly qualified or have years of experience.
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Sarah Jones 11m
Replying to @emmajunejames
I do this everyday and every opportunity for community nursing
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Robert M. Miller Sr. 5h
This morning I applied to study abroad in Antigua, Guatemala. If approved, I will be going in the Spring for 10 days.
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laura johnstone 4h
Just when I think I have heard everything boom someone comes and proves me wrong. Trauma is so destroying even for the strongest of people over time! Humbled that people feel comfortable to share their stories with me.
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Marie Boyle Sep 10
Delighted to receive a award from today for An Integrative Review of Community Nurse Led Interventions to Identify and Respond to Domestic Abuse in the Postnatal Period supporting
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Megan Dorothy Pip 🦊 12h
Morning in the life of a rural community nurse: step in stingers, attacked by dragon fly, asked if you like courgettes and get given a whopping marrow 😂
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Donna 😁 Sep 15
This is so true. To see patient it isnt a quick "pop in" it is a full holistic assessment of needs, then the wound of injection etc
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Health Careers Sep 16
District nurses visit people in their own homes or in residential care homes, providing increasingly complex care for patients and supporting family members. Find out more:
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John Gardner Sep 12
No 2 shifts are the same. Another busy late shift keeping people at home
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GPN Student Nurse Network Sep 16
Older! Haha nursing and age should not have relevance now anyway as a lot of nurses are ‘older’ when they choose to train! Everyone can be a or go into
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Rosy roo RN QN Sep 13
The team I lead have called 999 approximately 4 times in the last month after completing sepsis screening. Community visits, patients in the own homes, and clearly very vulnerable.
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Amy Hughes Sep 11
Fantastic learning opportunity today at Tissue Viability study day. Wounds, slough and freebies... What's not to love?! 😁😁😁
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Kate 🌿 Sep 13
I'm so happy! I joined nearly a year ago as a community staff nurse. Now I'm moving onto being a Digital Project Nurse on a band 6 secondment 😁
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Sharon Ellmore #TNA Sep 13
Mixed emotions! Sad to be leaving awesome team that I've been part of for 10 mths, inc. past 2 mths delivering the new service. But excited and a bit scared for my next adventure! here we come!
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kazzyt ™️ Sep 14
Why community nursing is not just for older nurses
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Gemma Sep 13
Great to see our team representing Community Nursing at the Blue Light Event yesterday.
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#hellomynameisemelie 🇸🇪 Sep 13
Last academic work for second year done 😱 only placement and that’s it. I’m not ready 😫 also applies for the community rotation programme, fingers crossed I’ll get it
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Amy Hughes Sep 14
Exciting day discussing career options and educational opportunities at the Recruitment event, only six months to go!
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Mary O’Dwyer Sep 10
👏👏👏Congratulations Marie! Great to see a from winning this award for their research into and interventions by
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Milnthorpe District Nurses Sep 12
Welcoming Scarlett into the team for 9 months whilst doing her CSP specialist practice qualification (District Nursing).
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