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Dr Amir Khan GP May 12
One final tweet about We should reinstate the bursary for nursing trainees. Why put up barriers to nurse training? We need more trained, it’s in the British Publics best interests, so please REINSTATE the bursary!
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Rosebank@ELFT May 12
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Rachel Clarke May 12
Might your gratitude extend to reinstating the nursing bursary, Mr Hancock?
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Flo Panel-Coates May 12
It has finally arrived..this year’s a special day to thank all of the amazing nurses for their tireless dedication and professionalism. Success, as we know, is rarely achieved alone and we have the pleasure to be part of many great teams
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aine lynch May 15
Delighted to introduce Dr Clare Lewis, Deputy Chief Nursing Officer and Berneen Laycock Department of Health, to our CEO, student nurse, staff nurses, CNS, ANP and candidate ANP nurse colleagues today as part of
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Men In Nursing Ireland May 12
Happy International Nurses Day to every nurse past & present. We are in a privileged position to support/guide those in need. However, we must never forget those who work with us such as support services, HCA's, Porters & MDT members.
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Margarida Pacheco (Maggie) May 12
We r Nurses, we cry, we laugh, we hurt & help put others back together. We r the perfect balance between strength &the delicate touch of a caring🖐🏻 We r the heroes without capes! 2all U out there that wake up everyday & put on the uniform,Happy
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Joe Lynch, Preceptorship Lead May 16
Tracey Webb from ⁦⁩ speaking about the career framework and other amazing work going on to improve nursing number in London! ⁦⁩ ⁦ ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Sohad Noorsaeed May 12
To do what nobody else will do, a way that nobody else can do, in spite of all we go through; that is to be a NURSE Happy International Nurses Day 👩🏻‍⚕️💉
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Naomi Long MEP May 12
On I want to thank the nurses who struggle with my tiny veins to get blood, who took care of me after surgery, who do my 6mth cancer check-ups & helped me care for my mum when she was dying. Now, we need to see you paid a fair wage for what you do. x
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Polly Payne May 12
talking to dad & remembered a letter he sent in 97 before final exams. Never forgotten 1 sentence”there are children who have yet to be born that will need you to look after them” I still feel privileged 22 years later to do that.
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Phil  woodford May 12
I said I didn’t have a favourite nurse on Iittle white lie ! Id like to recognise Nurse Beth for saving my life 😘
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MediSwitch May 12
Nurses are the backbone of healthcare. Happy
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Helen Corrigan May 13
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Julie-Anne Corr-Johnston May 12
Let’s face it, nursing isn’t a quick quid job. It’s 3+ years of intense study & a lifetime of sacrifice. I’ve spent the last 14 months working under some of the professions finest. Who despite the pressures deliver a quality of care second to none.
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SPINN 🌀 May 12
Happy my mum is a nurse and I’m so proud of her Nurses are fucking amazing So is our NHS Keep fighting the good fight, love x
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Andy Cruickshank May 12
To all those nurses working or resting on - thank you! My nursing colleagues and beyond make me a proud to be one of their number every day. Thank you for all you do for and with people. 🙏
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Helen Weston May 12
The youngest has always had brilliant perception regarding professionals involved in his life. His wonderful nurse has been there for him his whole life and today we recognise and appreciate her incredible support of our family.
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Adam Morris May 12
Proud - To be a Nurse and of my nursing colleagues. Thankful - Of nurses who cared for me when I needed it and for nurses who dedicated their lives to such a rewarding yet challenging role who are no longer with us. Never forget the impact of nursing.
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Dr Eloise Phillips PhD RN QN May 12
Super proud to open my post on to find out I had been awarded a Queen’s Nurse excited to be joining the community and future work😁thank you to all who supported my application and career 👏
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