Star adds support

Staff at The Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Hospital Trust (SaTH) are being encouraged to sign up as ambassadors to Nursing Now, a national initiative that raises the profile and status of nurses worldwide and inspires the next generation by shining a light on the exciting breadth of careers available within the industry.

Matron Clare Walsgrove said, “I have been a Matron at SaTH for nine years, and with a background across a number of clinical areas I’m passionate about inspiring the next generation of nurses.”

Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke recently announced her support as a Nursing Now Ambassador, saying, “I believe strongly in the need to raise the profile and status of nursing to help improve health globally.”

Nursing Now aims to enable nurses to work to their full potential and have an even greater impact on health. They will be empowered to play a greater role in prevention, promotion and health literacy and increase the provision of midwifery, child and adolescent services.

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