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‘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
Vector image of a female speaking at a podium in front of an audience. To mark the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, members of our editorial advisory team reflect on nursing and advice for aspiring leaders. This article is by Alison James.

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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