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Being in leadership positions in military field hospitals in Iraq and Afghanistan taught Royal Marsden chief nurse Eamonn Sullivan a lot about resilience and putting things into perspective

Being in leadership positions in military field hospitals in Iraq and Afghanistan taught Royal Marsden chief nurse Eamonn Sullivan a lot about resilience and putting things into perspective

Eamonn Sullivan was appointed chief nurse at the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust in London in January 2017. Prior to this he held deputy chief nurse roles at University College London Hospitals and Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. He trained at Northwick Park Hospital in London and has a background in critical care and a master’s degree in health service development from King’s College London. He served in Iraq and Afghanistan in the Army Medical Services Reserves and is a Florence Nightingale Leadership Scholar.

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