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by Claire Delplancq
Published on 24 March 2017

We started the day celebrating and thanking all the nurses who are doing a fantastic job every day.

Matthew Norridge, Lead Nurse for Education at Evelina London Children's Hospital, Guy's and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust, was the keynote speaker. He talked about the importance of education, virtual training and simulation. Using innovative ways to teach nursing students help them hit the ground running at the beginning of their career.

Kingston, Imperial, Homerton, Bath, West Suffolk and Wirral led the education sessions, explaining how to go through a smooth go live, how to help support the outreach team, how to develop care pathway and more!

Meet us – Tim talks about his experience as a paediatric nurse

by Tim James
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Tim has been a paediatric nurse for 17 years and still practices in the NHS. He has worked in the Paediatric E.D, PICU, Surgical Pre-assessment, Bed Management and as a Clinical Informatics lead for an NHS Trust in the UK. He joined Cerner in March 2015 as a Clinical Consultant in the transformation team.

Meet us – Pete talks about his experience as a pharmacist

by Pete Hughes
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