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Annie O’Neill

I am passionate about School Nursing, which I have been doing for 10 years, and was one of the highly selected Public Health England’s National School Nurse Leaders. I am also a volunteer on the WeSchoolNurses twitter…

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Anne-marie Gallogly

I have worked as a qualified nurse for 27 years in a variety of settings and specialities, offering me a diverse experience of nursing. The specialities include cardiology, respiratory, endocrinology and Emergency Department.

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Elaine Davies

I have worked as a registered nurse since 1994 qualifying as a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse in School Nursing 16 years ago in 2004. I have held a variety of team leader roles in the North of England. I have also worked for 5 years in the North East developing a healthy weight service…

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Elaine Hawcutt

In 2010 I accepted a post as a Staff Nurse within a School Health Department subsequent to becoming a Registered Nurse in 1998 and owning a successful business.

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Fiona Rogers

I qualified as an RN in 1990 and initially worked in adult settings. Following a desire to work with children, young people and families moved to a SCBU in 1999. Continuing this desire to work with C, YP and F began school nursing in 2006 working as a School Staff Nurse. My passion for school age…

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Jayne Ashby

My journey in the NHS started in September 1982 as a Nursing Cadet at Doncaster Royal Infirmary. From there I went on to start my nurse training at Rotherham in October 1984 but couldn’t settle into the role of an adult nurse so returned to DRI as a Nursing Auxiliary in the Paediatric Unit…

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Julie Critcher

I qualified as nurse in 1982 and began my career in Accident and Emergency Nursing, initially working days and then having had children returned onto nights. I firmly believe that this experience provided me with some excellent transferable skills for school nursing for example the ability to manage

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Lisa Webster

I have been a registered Nurse for 20 years, dually qualifying as a Learning Disability Nurse and Social Worker. Thankfully I chose the Nursing route and have loved every minute (almost!). After 10 years as a LD Nurse I took a risk and got a fixed term 2-year job as a Lifestyle Nurse working with…

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Lyz Donegan

Having started nursing in 1980 I am now proud to say I have been in the nursing profession for forty years. The first twenty years of this time was spent working on a variety of wards including paediatrics, orthopaedic rehab and stroke rehab.

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Sharon White OBE

Sharon White is a qualified nurse, midwife and school nurse with over 40 years’ experience of working with children, young people and families. The majority of this time has been spent in the community at operational, managerial and strategic levels. Prior to her departure from the NHS she was…

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SallyAnn Sutton

I have worked in the NHS since 1986, 27 years within School Nursing qualifying as a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse in 2005. I have held a variety of roles including clinical team leader, lead for mental health and most recently Professional lead.

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Maggie Clarke

I am a registered Children’s Nurse/Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (SN); in 2015 I was made a Queen’s Nurse. My previous roles have included Clinical Lead for HV/SN, Prof Lead for School Nursing in Leicester and now work for Compass HWB charity as Assistant Director for Universal Services.

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