Dignity in difficult circumstances
Mallory Mepsted Second-year nursing student, Anglia Ruskin University
Mallory Mepsted stuck to her guns to ensure a patient nearing the end of life could stay in a side room
In my first year of training I was working in an emergency department when an acutely unwell patient was brought in by ambulance.
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