‘I hope all students realise their potential for leading excellent nursing care’
Encouraging writing for publication and developing research in practice are powerful ways of making a difference and sharing knowledge and good practice, says Alison James
A good time to reflect on personal roles and achievements
As well as being the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, 2020 is also the culmination of the three-year Nursing Now campaign . It is a good time to reflect on personal roles and achievements.
In my current role as an educator and researcher I am privileged to be involved in preparing preregistration and qualified nurses in Wales for future leadership positions.
All nurses can and should be leaders and influencers for excellence
Leadership development is a core feature of undergraduate nurse education and the standards for registration, so educators are focused on...
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