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Recognise the importance of putting the person and their family at the heart of everything you do, says independent nurse consultant Gwen Moulster.
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Recognise the importance of putting the person and their family at the heart of everything you do, says independent nurse consultant Gwen Moulster

Gwen Moulster devoted her 40-year nursing career to improving the care of adults and children with a learning disability, with roles including clinical nurse specialist, lead nurse, and associate director of nursing. Last year she was awarded an OBE for services to nursing and people with a learning disability, and was part of a team that won the learning disability nursing award at the RCNi Nurse Awards 2016. She retired from the NHS last year and now works as an independent consultant nurse and honorary teaching fellow at Kingston University.

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