Why I wanted to be a nurse leader and how I set about achieving it
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Why I wanted to be a nurse leader and how I set about achieving it

Lynne Pearce Health journalist

Three nurses reflect on how the Internationally Educated Nurses and Midwives Online Leadership Programme has affected their UK careers

While many internationally educated nurses work at senior levels in their home countries, their experience and expertise is unlikely to be recognised when they first arrive in the UK.

Nursing Management. 31, 1, 6-8. doi: 10.7748/nm.31.1.6.s2

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