Connecting, learning and reflecting through COVID-19 – Nerell Browne

Nerell Browne is a Practice Development Nurse with the REaCH Team in the Northern Health and Social Care Trust.  REaCH is a responsive education and collaborative health programme for nursing homes, delivering bespoke education and training for nurse registrants to develop their clinical capacity, capability and competence, enabling residents to receive safe and effective care in their own home.

Nerell is one of 27 nurses and midwives taking part in the Nightingale Challenge launched by Nursing Now – a programme of the Burdett Trust for Nursing to improve health globally in collaboration with the International Council of Nursing and the World Health Organisation.  The campaign encourages healthcare employers to support at least 20 nurses and midwives to develop their leadership skills during the 2020 International Year of the Nurse and Midwife.

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Gemma McClean, Hospital Diversion Nursing Sister
Judith Shevlin, Community Mental Health Nurse
Denise O’Donnell, Acting Ward Manager, Covid-19 assessment ward

Eleni McCrea, Community Midwife, Whiteabbey Hospital
Stacey Barclay, Midwife, C2, Antrim Area Hospital
Vanessa Best, Community Mental Health Nurse, Oakview House
Kirsty Wallace, Staff Nurse, Antrim Area Hospital
Christine Beare, Staff Nurse, Neonatal, Antrim Area Hospital
Laura Smith, Midwife, Causeway Hospital, Coleraine

Mandy Young, Deputy Sister, Laurel House Chemotherapy Unit, Antrim

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26th August 2020

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