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Recruitment campaign for 80 nurses in south Wales

Cwm Taf University Health Board in South Wales has launched a reruitment campaign to attract 80 new nurses.
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The Cwm Taf University Health Board in south Wales has launched a recruitment campaign to attract 80 new nurses.

Cwm Taf University Health Board nurse Abbey Cook is involved in the recruitment campaign

In a series of short videos nurses from a variety of roles share their experiences of working for the health board and living in the region.

The campaign is based on feedback from student nurses, young graduate nurses and nurses working for the board.

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Entitled ‘C is for….’, the campaign focuses on care, culture, community spirit and career opportunities.

The campaign is being promoted on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag #JoinCwmTaf , and adverts will be shown on 4OD, Channel 4’s catch up service. There is also a

The Cwm Taf University Health Board in south Wales has launched a recruitment campaign to attract 80 new nurses.

Abbey_Cook
Cwm Taf University Health Board nurse Abbey Cook is involved in the recruitment campaign

In a series of short videos nurses from a variety of roles share their experiences of working for the health board and living in the region.

The campaign is based on feedback from student nurses, young graduate nurses and nurses working for the board.

Career opportunities

Entitled ‘C is for….’, the campaign focuses on care, culture, community spirit and career opportunities.

The campaign is being promoted on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag #JoinCwmTaf, and adverts will be shown on 4OD, Channel 4’s catch up service. There is also a website featuring the videos

Lynda Williams, director of nursing, midwifery and patient services at Cwm Taf, said: ‘We are passionate about providing high quality compassionate patient care and services to our local community and our team of dedicated nurses play a vital role in helping us achieve this.’

Further information
Joincwmtaf.wales

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