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Persevere, innovate and work as a team – you achieve so much more by working together, says foundation professor of nursing Dave Clarke. 
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Persevere, innovate and work as a team – you achieve so much more by working together, says foundation professor of nursing Dave Clarke

Dave Clarke qualified as a registered nurse in 1992 and a registered sick children’s nurse in 1995. Specialising in intensive care, he helped open the children’s ITU at Leicester Royal Infirmary in 1996 and worked as a senior clinical nurse before moving into education. After working at Cardiff University for 16 years, rising to deputy head of school for education and students, he took up his current post as the first foundation professor of nursing at the University of Leicester in April. He lives with his partner Craig, a community occupational therapist, and their three rescue dogs.

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