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If you have a passion for a particular area, pursue it. You might be surprised by the opportunities available for nurses, says specialist immunisation nurse Leony Davies.
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If you have a passion for a particular area, pursue it. You might be surprised by the opportunities available for nurses, says specialist immunisation nurse Leony Davies

Leony Davies qualified as a registered general nurse from the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, in 1994. She subsequently qualified as a registered sick children’s nurse (RSCN) and specialist community public health nurse while working as a children’s nurse and school nurse. Since 2010, she has been employed by Public Health Wales as a specialist nurse in immunisation with the Vaccine Preventable Disease Programme, and is currently studying part-time for her master’s degree in public health and health promotion at Swansea University.

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