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‘I value the structured and practical training I received’

Kim Badcock, 2018’s QNI Queen Mother Award for Outstanding Service winner, shares her experience of 41 years in the NHS

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I have just retired from my role as nurse practitioner after 41 years in the NHS. Now, as a dementia adviser, I work with the NHS, voluntary agencies and the community. We aim to maximise the annual dementia review by creating a robust care plan and having voluntary agencies on site to provide additional information and support.

Primary Health Care. 29, 2, 15-15. doi: 10.7748/phc.29.2.15.s13

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