* Ward clerks
are now enjoying the benefits of the DMR.
The ward clerk
or nurse attaches it to the specimen container prior to drawing.
Jan Fisher, of Allesley, has been a ward clerk
at University Hospital in Walsgrave for the last five and a half years.
Emily, a ward clerk
at Newcastle General Hospital, said: "We moved just a couple of weeks before Jessica was born.
But on Saturday Emily, a hospital ward clerk
who also has six-year-old daughter Megan, took her back to North Tyneside General after she stopped taking her bottle.
Marcello worked for many years at the Westborough State Hospital, where he worked as a ward clerk
and retired as a security officer.
She owned Blue Hill Beauty Shop in Maine from 1934 to 1953 and worked as a ward clerk
at Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa, Calif., for 10 years.
Those who did have support from a ward clerk
or similar administrative role had, on average, less than three hours (2.8 hours) direct help every week.
Intensive Care Unit ward clerk
, Bev Hughes, who is taking part in the walk with colleagues as well as her daughter Fay, said: "This is such a fun event and it's for such a good cause.
Daughter Deborah Prince, 47, a mum-of-one and ward clerk
at Merthyr Tydfil's Prince Charles Hospital, joined her mother on the visit to her old home
If working in a ward or unit, women can be handed a form at the end of each interaction with the midwife, with instructions that, once completed, the woman hand the envelope to the ward clerk
, who will place it in a sealed box to be forwarded to the midwifery standards review committee.
COE was designed so that even the novice pharmacy technician or ward clerk
could enter orders.