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Logo marks centenary of learning disability nursing

Winning design by LD nurse chosen in website competition 
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Winning design by LD nurse chosen in website competition

A multicoloured logo has been created as branding for events celebrating the 100th anniversary of learning disability (LD) nursing.

The logo, which was created by an LD nurse who has not been named, was the winning design in a competition run by the website ldnurse.com

University of Wolverhampton lecturer Sean Ledington, who runs the ldnurse.com website, said: ‘The winning logo will be used as a banner for #RNLD100 events in the UK and used by ldnurse.com as a social media banner. The other shortlisted entries will be used as resources to help promote #RNLD100 events, can be accessed via the website and are copyright free.’

Winning design by LD nurse chosen in website competition 

A multicoloured logo has been created as branding for events celebrating the 100th anniversary of learning disability (LD) nursing.

The logo, which was created by an LD nurse who has not been named, was the winning design in a competition run by the website ldnurse.com

University of Wolverhampton lecturer Sean Ledington, who runs the ldnurse.com website, said: ‘The winning logo will be used as a banner for #RNLD100 events in the UK and used by ldnurse.com as a social media banner. The other shortlisted entries will be used as resources to help promote #RNLD100 events, can be accessed via the website and are copyright free.’

 

 

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