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Lift as you climb, and always share what you have learned with others, says nurse academic Stacy Johnson.
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Lift as you climb, and always share what you have learned with others, says nurse academic Stacy Johnson

Stacy Johnson came to the UK at age 19 from Trinidad and Tobago to study nursing at the University of Surrey, qualifying as an RN (Adult) in 1994. She worked in various specialities in London before moving to the University of Nottingham. Her first role at the university was research assistant in the School of Economics. She is currently associate professor in the School of Health Sciences.

What are your main work responsibilities?

Teaching and researching nursing, race equality, diversity and inclusion, leadership and entrepreneurship. I work to improve the experience and success of black and minority ethnic students and staff in universities and in the NHS.

What do you love about your job?

The variety.

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