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60 seconds with associate professor of nursing Calvin Moorley 

'I want to set up a mentoring system to support black and minority ethnic nurses to achieve their potential,' says associate professor of nursing Calvin Moorley. 
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'I want to set up a mentoring system to support black and minority ethnic nurses to achieve their potential,' says associate professor of nursing Calvin Moorley

After qualifying as an adult nurse from the University of Essex in 1995, Dr Calvin Moorley spent most of his clinical career specialising in intensive care nursing. His academic background is in public health and health promotion, and he is now associate professor for nursing research and diversity in care at London South Bank University. He is also the holder of the Mary Seacole Award for Leadership in Nursing, a judge for the Cavell Nurses’ Trust Awards and a member of the Mary Seacole Awards steering committee.

What are your main work responsibilities? To deliver nursing education and undertake research. I also continue to work in intensive care, providing care for critically ill patients and

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