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‘Sometimes all we can do is listen’

Going the extra mile really does make a difference, says Wendy Ann Webb about her work with homeless people

Wendy Ann Webb qualified as a nurse in 1994 after attending the Queen Elizabeth School of Nursing in Birmingham. A Queen’s Nurse with 18 years’ experience in palliative care, she now works as an advanced nurse practitioner in an inner-city GP surgery offering homeless health services. She is also a part-time PhD student – researching end of life priorities for homeless people.

Nursing Standard. 32, 30, 39-39. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.30.39.s33

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