Meet three of our Florence Nightingale Foundation scholars, who are sponsored by NHS Professionals

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Claire Robinson

Claire Robinson is a Practice Educator in Sexual Health for North of Tyne. She investigated how professionals who may encounter disclosures of sexual assault should be prepared for this role.

Click here to view Claire’s interview.

Pippa Comiskey
We spoke to Pippa Comiskey, a Community Nurse Practitioner at Solent NHS Trust, who has completed a research scholarship on the provision of oral healthcare in the community for her Masters.

Click here to view Pippa’s interview.

Michaela Barnard
Michaela is currently a lecturer in Children and Young People’s Nursing at the University of Salford. She is now undertaking a PhD in this subject area and has received a research scholarship from the Florence Nightingale Foundation. The title of Michaela’s study is: “Parents’ experiences and perceptions of their support needs during and following the death of their baby.”

Click here to view Michaela’s interview.

About nhspbank (338 Articles)
NHS Professionals manages the temporary staffing needs of around 66 NHS Trusts across England. An integral part of the NHS, it aims to reduce Trusts’ spending on flexible workers without compromising quality, by providing greater transparency of demand and supplying bank staff at the best possible rate. Its bank of more than 40,000 flexible workers comprises general and specialist nurses, doctors, midwives, admin/clerical , allied health professionals, healthcare scientists, support services among other healthcare professionals.

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