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Vivien Ziwocha, London

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Why did you become a nurse?
I grew up in a family where informal care was an everyday occurrence. My mother was a registered nurse and my late grandmother lived opposite a hospital in Zimbabwe and adopted an informal community carer role: patients travelling from afar would stay overnight or live in her home while receiving treatment. Both their experiences influenced me to become a nurse.


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