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Anoop Raghunath Charge nurse in the emergency assessment unit, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

As a migrant nurse, Anoop Raghunath knew he had to create professional development opportunities

I came to the UK in 2011, two years after qualifying as a nurse in India and having passed my international English language testing system exam. I had only worked in a small hospital in Kerala before coming to the UK and did not have much nursing experience.

Nursing Management. 28, 4, 18-19. doi: 10.7748/nm.28.4.18.s13

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