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60 seconds with custody nurse Robyn Connelly

Robyn Connelly talks about her job as a custody nurse, in which she examines people detained in the court system

Robyn Connelly talks about her job as a custody nurse, in which she examines people detained in the court system

Robyn Connelly qualified as a registered general nurse in 2012 from the University of the West of Scotland. After moving to London she worked as a trauma theatre lead nurse at St Thomas’ Hospital and as a sexual health matron in London and Essex before returning to Scotland in 2016 to join nursing agency ScotNursing. She completed custody nurse training with the agency and has been in her current role as a full-time custody nurse for two years.

What are your main work responsibilities?

As a custody nurse covering the west of Scotland I am called to the courts to carry out clinical assessments and

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