‘Work hard and lead by example’
Effective communication is vital, says NHS Blood and Transplant senior sister Ebony Dunkley
Ebony Dunkley worked as a healthcare assistant in the NHS then trained as a nurse, qualifying in 2009. She worked as a staff nurse and deputy sister on an acute medical admissions ward and in an emergency department, then helped to develop a new ward for older people requiring acute care. In 2015 she became senior sister and supporting manager of a blood centre before taking up her current post in the same year as senior sister at NHS Blood and Transplant.
Nursing Standard. 32, 15, 39-39. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.15.39.s33
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