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Effective communication is vital to ensuring high quality patient care, says NHSBT senior sister Ebony Dunkley.
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Effective communication is vital to ensuring high quality patient care, says NHSBT senior sister Ebony Dunkley.

Ebony Dunkley worked as a healthcare assistant in the NHS then trained as a nurse, qualifying in 2009. She worked as a staff nurse and deputy sister on an acute medical admissions ward and in an emergency department, then helped to develop a new ward for older people requiring acute care. In 2015 she became senior sister and supporting manager of a blood centre before taking up her current post in the same year as senior sister at NHS Blood and Transplant.

What are your main work responsibilities?

Working with the marketing team to support the recruitment of more black blood donors.

Who are your clients/patients?

Potential and current donors, community groups and healthcare professionals.

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