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NHS England Sep 16
Want to be part of the best healthcare system in the world? Come join the team and make a difference in the lives of patients each and every day Search ‘Nursing Careers’ today.
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Stephen Fry Sep 18
I really like this new advert from the campaign which champions nurses throughout the and highlights what a fantastic career it is. Thank you, nurses. Search ‘nursing careers’ for more info.
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Holly Willoughby Sep 19
When you need them, they are always there... I am full of admiration and respect for anyone who dedicates their life to helping others. Thank you to all of our incredible NHS nurses, we are so lucky to have you... 💗
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NHS England Sep 17
The is built on the care and skill of its thousands of nurses nationwide. Want to be part of the team? Search ‘Nursing Careers’ today.
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Ruth May Sep 17
I know first-hand that nurses do so much more than most people realise – it’s an incredibly skilled and intellectually challenging career that is highly rewarding. Search ‘nursing careers’ for more info.
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Phillip Schofield Sep 18
This ad reminds me of the astonishing work the NHS has done for me, my family and millions around the country. nurses, you should be proud.
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Emma Willis Sep 20
So much respect for anybody who works in the NHS and during I saw first hand the incredible work they do everyday… in my eyes, you are all heroes
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Hairy Bikers Sep 19
This is a great new advert from which showcases nursing careers… many people do not realise the range of challenging work that NHS nurses study for. Search ‘nursing careers’ for more info.
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Ruth May Sep 18
Thank you , we are proud of our profession! Nursing is a great career and nurses across England are grateful for your support. Please get in touch if you’d be up for helping us more..!
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Prof Mark Radford RN Sep 16
Nursing is critical to the NHS every day and our expert , educated and skilled nurses deliver for patients, service users across the country . A brilliant career - Take a look at the new advert and search ‘nursing careers’ for more info.
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Ruth May Sep 18
Thank you , your support matters to nurses across England! It’s a great career & we are always looking for ambassadors… we’d be delighted if you are up for helping more
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Lorraine Elliott RN DN QN Sep 21
Proud to be a nurse and to make a difference for our communities. Choose nursing!
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Vicky Pattison Sep 20
NHS nurses hold a personal place in my heart, & I am so grateful for the brilliant work they do for patients every day. This amazing video brought me to tears. Keep an eye on the campaign & search ‘nursing careers’ for more info
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Andrea Mann 17h
There are so many career opportunities for nurses today and we would love to have more nurses working in a Primary Care Network. Consider a GPN preceptorship in Leeds to get you started. I have one at my practice
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Anna Macarthur Sep 18
We’re chuffed with this endorsement. In the 72 hours since this campaign launched there have been nearly 200,000 hits to the campaign website...
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teamCNO Sep 18
Have you seen the campaign? The new TV advert features real nurses who are proud of their careers. Help us inspire the next generation of nurses by sharing this short film. Search ‘nursing careers’ for more info.
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NHS Employers Sep 18
The campaign has returned with a new TV advert and campaign assets aimed at inspiring the next generation of nurses. Find out more and access resources to support the campaign in your organisation:
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NHS Improvement Sep 17
Nurses touch lives at times of basic human need, when care and compassion are what matter most. If you want to join a supportive and inspiring team of and pursue a rewarding and enjoyable career. Apply now — search nursing careers.
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clema13 Sep 19
Replying to @bbcquestiontime
Give me a break! If the baby was that acutely ill there would not be a huge wait to be seen simple as that - we as nurses do not make a habit of depriving people of care & im sick of the game playing & point scoring by people who no nothing of what we do!!
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Shazia Parveen Sep 19
I’ve worked in the for over 22 years been a qualified for over 6years a over a year I wouldn’t change my career for nothing, I have loved everyday and no day is the same. We make a difference when it matters the most
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