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‘In children’s palliative care we help make memories’

With a shortage of qualified nurses providing children’s palliative care in the voluntary sector, staff nurse Julie Webber explains why she loves this rewarding role
Palliative care

With a shortage of qualified nurses providing children’s palliative care in the voluntary sector, staff nurse Julie Webber explains why she loves this rewarding role

The charity Together for Short Lives has launched a campaign to encourage nurses to consider a role in children’s palliative care in the voluntary sector, to prevent any further reduction in services for this already vulnerable group.

Workforce and development manager Gillian Dickson says: ‘Our You Can Be That Nurse campaign is about shining a light on the opportunity a nursing career in this sector can bring.

‘The varied nature of the role and the opportunity to provide holistic care to the child and their family make this one of the most rewarding roles in nursing.’

‘So many

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