Career paths: Four nurses' journeys

August 2014
Nursing Review (1173-8014);Aug/Sep2014, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p11
An interview with several nurses in New Zealand is presented. They include mental health nurse educator Kathy Moore, rest home nurse manager Sue Milton, clinical services manager Barbara Vardey and surgical nursing director Nicky Graham. Some of the issues they addressed include the highlights of their career as registered nurses (RN), personal characteristics that are important for nurses with senior role and career advice to nurses seeking a senior role.


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