I qualified from Leeds Metropolitan University in 1998, with a BSC in Adult health and then took up a first Job on the Cardiothoracic ward at John Radcliffe in Oxford. The next ten years were spent working on both general and Cardiothoracic intensive care units in England, Ireland and Australia as well as working as an expedition medic in Mongolia. I have been working in Primary care (with a short spell as a school nurse) for the past 10 years and now work as a respiratory nurse in a general practice. I have a Short course (6 month) course in Cardio-Respiratory Nursing, diploma in tropical nursing, an asthma diploma and a full certificate in Spirometry.
A group consultation on workforce issues in primary care: what does/should the future hold?
Friday, - in Atcham