How nurses of the Windrush generation confounded bias
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How nurses of the Windrush generation confounded bias

Jo Stephenson Health journalist

Nurses who came to the UK from Jamaica in the post-war immigration boom describe the prejudice they faced and the professional successes that were hard-earned

Members of the Nurses Association of Jamaica UK (NAJ UK) have co-written a book to celebrate the contribution of Jamaican nurses to the health service.

Nursing Standard. 36, 7, 39-41. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.7.39.s19

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