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A whole new world

In the second of a series of intensely personal blogs, NHS England’s Maternity Transformation Programme Manager and mum-to-be throws the spotlight on her work as she records key stages of her own pregnancy: I’m now comfortably into my second trimester and finding I have got a bit of my mojo back! I’ve stepped up my […]

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Having a voice on nursing and midwifery

As part of the national transforming perceptions of nursing and midwifery campaign, the Lead Nurse for Primary Care Quality at Doncaster CCG outlines what it means to her and why she is encouraging others get behind it: As a nurse, I am thrilled to be involved and supporting the transforming perceptions of nursing and midwifery […]

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Why I do what I do

As the NHS marks its 70th anniversary, an acute medicine consultant and national clinical advisor pays tribute to the passion and dedication of NHS staff, and recognises how patients’ trust is the greatest compliment that can be given: I want to begin by thanking NHS staff and carers, who day in and day out, and often […]

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From here to maternity: suddenly fruit matters

In a first of a series of intensely personal blogs, NHS England’s Maternity Transformation Programme Manager and mum-to-be throws the spotlight on her work as she records key stages of her own pregnancy: It’s a curious thing when your work life and your personal life collide. While I have worked in Health Policy for 12 […]

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