Nursing Standard at 30 YEARS 1987 NS 2017
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Nursing Standard at 30 YEARS 1987 NS 2017

Daniel Allen Freelance journalist and Acting editor, Emergency Nurse

It was a postcard that began my association with Nursing Standard in 1991. I was in Hong Kong, slowly making my way home from Australia, where I had been working as a mental health nurse. After weeks of travelling through south-east Asia it finally dawned on me that I would soon be back in Britain with no job and no idea of what I wanted to do.

Nursing Standard. 32, 3, 18-21. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.3.18.s22

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