Voices - Not every patient comes in a pretty package with a single issue to resolve, says Sharon Dennis
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Voices - Not every patient comes in a pretty package with a single issue to resolve, says Sharon Dennis

Sharon Dennis Co director of RCN South East and professional clinical adviser, National Patient Safety Agency

Lifelong learning really is just that. Way back, between leaving school and nurse training, I worked on the tills in a supermarket for six months. It taught me a lot, mainly about the judgements people make.

Nursing Standard. 19, 41, 32-33. doi: 10.7748/ns.19.41.32.s34

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