By innovating service improvements you’re transforming your career as well as patient care
When nurses embrace opportunities to optimise patient pathways, their own professional development benefits
As a nurse consultant in urology at United Lincolnshire Hospitals (UHL) NHS Trust, service development and improvement is a fundamental part of my role.
My aim is to provide a high-quality service to our patients, ensuring any initiatives that could improve our pathways are considered, developed and, where viable, applied.
After taking up my post in 2015, I was heavily involved in the development of our emergency urology and local cancer guidelines. I oversee the professional development of our urology team too, especially that of nurses.
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