Using transferable skills in your next nursing role
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Using transferable skills in your next nursing role

Nick Evans Health journalist

Learn to identify and develop the skills you use day-to-day that can open up career options

With its many different specialties and roles, nursing is perhaps the most diverse career in the health service. There are a wide range of qualifications and training routes nurses can take, but there is also a set of skills that are common to almost all roles. Often overlooked, these transferable skills can make a huge difference to how you progress in your career and the opportunities that open up.

Nursing Management. 28, 6, 12-14. doi: 10.7748/nm.28.6.12.s4

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