New community and end of life lead to challenge RCN’s ‘elitist’ image
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New community and end of life lead to challenge RCN’s ‘elitist’ image

Erin Dean Health writer

Carolyn Doyle wants to champion all nurses in her new college role

Carolyn Doyle has had a career packed with front-line and senior nursing experience in the community and acute sector and she has been a leader, educator and mentor. But these opportunities would never have come about if she had listened to the teachers who told her she could never be a nurse.

Primary Health Care. 30, 2, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/phc.30.2.13.s13

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