What a community nursing career really involves – and how to start
In this video, QNI chief executive Crystal Oldman busts some of the myths about nursing in the community and discusses roles, resources and pathways to consider
Are you are interested in addressing inequalities in health and caring for patients from the beginning to end of life? Then community nursing could be the career choice for you.
Community nursing is hugely diverse, with many learning opportunities available for nursing students on clinical placements. It is also the perfect setting for newly registered nurses looking for their first job.
The Queen’s Nursing Institute and working as a nurse in the community
In this video, Crystal Oldman, chief executive of the Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI), the world’s oldest nursing charity, welcomes new nurses and students to a career in community nursing.
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