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NHS England and NHS Improvement 12h
Today marks , and we're joining our in thanking our mental health nurses for the care they deliver. 💙 In — why not find out how you can begin your nursing career? Search 'nursing careers' today.
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Ruth May 8h
Today is . A very special to our mental health nurses, for your unique skills & the care you provide for so many, today and every day
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Ruth May Feb 11
A big welcome to Professor Deborah Sturdy as our first adviser on care home nurses - an important link between health and care sectors
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Dr Caroline Robertshaw 5h
We visited Daddy today at work, the kids had lots of fun!
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David Robertshaw RN Nov 8
My 6 year old son's school had a superhero day. He wanted to go in his uniform that sent him. Here's what he wrote!
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NHS England and NHS Improvement Feb 20
Being a nurse or midwife takes extraordinary skill and commitment. Join us this by sharing your stories of what being a nurse or midwife means to you, and the ways they have touched your life. ❤️
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Claire Whitehouse (#WhyWeDoResearch) 🌈 Feb 19
🛑🛑NEWS ALERT🛑🛑 tweetfest 2020 is back! It's planning time! What topics would you like to see covered this year? Why not give hosting a try. All welcome.
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NHS England SW 10h
First up meet Trudi from Trudi is a trained Mental Health Nurse who works as a Matron across the Medical Directorate. She values the skills she’s able to bring to patient care. 📖
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NHS East of England Jan 15
We think our and are INCREDIBLE! 📣What one word would you use to describe them? Amazing, awesome and inspirational are just some we've heard. Reply below and - how many words can we make together?
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David Harling Dec 24
As the year draws to a close, I want to offer a sincere thank you to learning disability nurses everywhere, for making our 100th year so special. 2020 holds many new opportunities to further strengthen our great profession.
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Joanne Fillingham Jan 8
Humbled & privileged to receive Honorary Degree of Doctor of the University in recognition of my contribution to the Thanks to & those who nominated me for bestowing upon me this great honour.
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🐝 Caroline Poole Nov 6
*launched* New online learning to support and to keep people to be at home, where they want to be. Pls share with clinical/support staff to make a difference as winter approaches
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NHS England SW Feb 5
We’re delighted to announce that Helen Williams has been appointed as the region’s first chief midwife. Helen will lead improvements in care for expectant mothers and their babies across the .
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Sally Shearer RN 2h
Big shout out to Mental Health Nurses too ! Thanks for all you do for children and young people.
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Gary Risdale Nov 29
Great news that The National Mental Health Nurse Directors Forum is adding Learning Disabilities to their name. Now hearing how we can grow the next generation of LD nurses. So important to me as an LD nurse
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Kerri Legg Feb 19
Yay! Great way to break up my week off with a letter from Uni Herts to say I’ve passed the Aspiring Deputy Directors of Nursing programme! Feels like such an achievement 😊 ?
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NHS England and NHS Improvement 5h
On , we join our Mental Health National Director and others in thanking mental health nurses for the work they do, and the important care they deliver. Learn more about mental health nursing, and start your nursing career.
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NHS England and NHS Improvement 7h
'Mental health nursing found me, and I have loved every minute. It’s the reason I get up in the morning, and the reason I still practise clinically.' — Read our Head of Mental Health Nursing 's blog on what means for her.
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