consultant nurse


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consultant nurse

An NHS post first established in 1999, which is a component of health service modernisation, as it helps provide patients with fast and convenient health services. Nurse consultants are registered nurses who spend 50+% of their time working directly with patients. They develop a personal practice, specialise in a particular field, are involved in research and evaluation and contribute to education, training and development.
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A Consultant Nurse, Midwife and Health Professionals Cymru Forum (CNMHP) is well established and this has gone from strength to strength with the development of new posts in Wales.
Matthew, based at Homerton Hospital in Hackney, won for his work as a consultant nurse in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, characterised by severe lung cancer-type symptoms.
I know the Family's Voice is now starting to be used in other hospitals and the fact that it was created and developed here by my colleague and consultant nurse in palliative care Mel McEvoy, along with other nurses in the Trust, makes me proud to be a nurse at this Trust.
Anne McGowan, Consultant Nurse with the Vaccine and Preventable Disease Programme in Public Health Wales, said: "Due to a large increase in the rates of whooping cough since 2011, a temporary vaccination programme has been established to offer the whooping cough vaccination to all pregnant women in the UK from week 28 of pregnancy.
They were consultant nurse Debby Edwards, trauma sister Victoria Mulleady, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist Kate Sherman, Sergeant Lauren Odell, Commander Sarah Stapley and clinical specialist occupational therapist Sarah Winters.
All women were supported by the same lactation consultant nurse during the study period.
Hughes, a consultant nurse in the UK, has partnered with Owen (Director of safeguarding and Welfare, Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council, UK) to edit these case studies, exercises and essays on the safeguarding of children who have been neglected, trafficked or under the supervision of child protective services.
Other speakers confirmed include Bette Frances, policy manager for the care and support in the Adult Care and Support division of the Scottish Government; Dr Maggie Woodhouse, a senior lecturer at Cardiff University who has runs a special assessment clinic for people with learning disabilities; Linda Allan, a consultant nurse for learning disabilities in the Greater Glasgow & Clyde NHS area; and Linda Mitchell, national practice and development manager for the RNIB's Visual Impairment and Learning Disabilities Services.
Maureen Coombs Consultant Nurse Critical Care, Southampton University Hospitals Trust, and Senior Lecturer, University of Southampton, UK
Organisational culture and consultant nurse outcomes: Part 1 organisational culture.
In this instance the internal consultant nurse is asked to consider a number of dimensions of the project.

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