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Nursing has taught me to embrace every challenge – you never know where it will lead, advises haematology specialist nurse manager Nasser Roheemun 
Nasser Roheemun

Nursing has taught me to embrace every challenge – you never know where it will lead, advises haematology specialist nurse manager Nasser Roheemun

Nasser Roheemun is haematology specialist nurse manager at the George Marsh Centre for sickle cell and thalassaemia at St Ann’s Hospital in north London. He was a finalist in the community nursing category of the RCNi Nurse Awards 2018. The unique home-based treatment model he leads for sickle cell disease has improved the lives of hundreds of patients who previously having regular hospital stays. Mr Roheemun trained as a nurse at City, University of London, qualifying in 1994. His previous roles include haematology ward manager at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust in London and specialist community nurse. He has a master’s degree in health sciences and is married with

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