‘Emergency nurses should be versatile and push boundaries’
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‘Emergency nurses should be versatile and push boundaries’

After 40 years in nursing, Martina Browne reveals why she loves it

What is your job?

Autonomous nurse practitioner in the emergency department (ED) of a hospital in Northern Ireland, assessing, diagnosing, treating and discharging patients of all ages who present in the ambulatory area. I support preregistration nurses during their placements and I am a sign-off mentor for postgraduate students completing a BSc specialist practice course.

Emergency Nurse. 28, 2, 15-15. doi: 10.7748/en.28.2.15.s11

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