Nurse profile Aoife Joyce, Head Nurse at UCD

Atkins, Miriam
December 2012
Veterinary Ireland Journal;Dec2012, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p600
Academic Journal
An interview with Aoife Joyce, Head Nurse at UCD is presented. When asked about her role as veterinary nurse, she mentions her experience of working with equine and farm animals. She states that challenging role and organisational skills contributed her to enjoy most of her job. She further highlights that life-skills of communication and delegation together makes nursing skills.


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