Get your head round retirement with advice from former nurses
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Get your head round retirement with advice from former nurses

Claire Read Health journalist

Leaving the nursing profession can lead to a loss of identity. Find out how to plan ahead, emotionally and practically, and work toward a new purpose

Even though Pip Hill opted for a gradual retirement from clinical research nursing, she had not anticipated the extent to which stopping work would hit her.

Nursing Older People. 36, 1, 12-14. doi: 10.7748/nop.36.1.12.s4

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