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New community and end of life lead wants to challenge RCN’s elitist image

Carolyn Doyle wants to be accessible to all nurses, and to champion and support them
Image shows RCN community lead for end of life care Carolyn Doyle

Carolyn Doyle wants to be accessible to all nurses, and to champion and support them in her new role at the RCN

  • New RCN professional lead for community and end of life care has extensive community and hospice experience
  • Carolyn Doyle believes her experience can help challenge the image of the RCN as 'elitist'
  • While she values nursing academia, she thinks compassion, kindness and making a human connection are also vital

Carolyn Doyle has had a career packed with front line and senior nursing experience in the community and acute sector and she has been a leader, educator and mentor. But these opportunities would never have come about if she had listened to the teachers who told her she could never be a nurse.

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