Nightingale Graduates!

Nightingale Graduates!

Graduates from Northern Ireland’s Nightingale Challenge Global Leadership Development Programme.

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Congratulations to Christine Oliver, District Nursing, Alanna Gass, Mental Health, Laura Spiers, Acute Paediatrics, Claire Hannity, Family Nurse Partnership and Sinead Kernan, Midwifery, from the Southern Health and Social Care Trust who have graduated from Northern Ireland’s Nightingale Challenge Global Leadership Development Programme.

The programme was developed for 30 Northern Ireland nurses and midwives, under the age of 35 who have a passionate interest in improving health locally and globally.

Health Minister Robin Swann and Chief Nursing Officer Charlotte McArdle have paid tribute to the graduates.

Well done to Claire Hannity who received an additional award for resilience.

Pictured with some of the graduates, Julie McConville, Assistant Director of Specialist Child Health & Disability, Dawn Ferguson, Assistant Director Nursing, Caroline Lee, Northern Ireland’s Nightingale Challenge Global Leadership Programme, Mairead Donnelly, Head of Health Visiting and School Nursing and Charlene McGuigan, Head of Service Integrated Care Teams.

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