The future’s bright
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The future’s bright

Lynne Pearce Freelance health journalist

Whether tackling mental health difficulties in young people or educating colleagues about modern slavery, the 2017 RCNi Nurse Awards student finalists show they have what it takes to be the nurse leaders of tomorrow

Each year hundreds enter the Andrew Parker Student Nurse category of the RCNi Nurse Awards. While the entrants are inevitably all impressive, only a handful of exceptional students get the chance to showcase their work in front of judges. This year, five students were chosen as finalists.

Nursing Standard. 32, 4, 21-23. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.4.21.s23

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