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Why did you become a nurse?

Interestingly, nursing had never figured in my career pathway, despite having several members of the family in the profession.

From the age of four, I had planned to have my own dance school. But after much thought I realised that dancing was not a life-long option and I decided to go back to college for further study. In the meantime, I got a job as a cleaner in a residential home, which is where I became interested in nursing. Despite a rejection from Taunton, I started my nurse training at the Royal London Hospital 12 months later.

How has your career developed since you started nursing?


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