Are children’s nurses fit for the future? I think so
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Are children’s nurses fit for the future? I think so

Christine Walker @RCNi_Christine Editor, Nursing Children and Young People

Hearing Sue Morrish, a mother whose young son died from sepsis, speak so movingly and yet so appropriately for a nursing audience was one of the highlights of our first ever conference. Sue has become a campaigner on sepsis awareness. Her three-year-old son Sam died after contracting flu, and because of failures by the health service to identify and communicate that he had become seriously unwell.

Nursing Children and Young People. 29, 10, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.29.10.5.s1

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