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I graduated from the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery at King’s College London in 2014 with a BSc in Nursing, completing my clinical training at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. I then worked there in respiratory high dependency care and cardiothoracic surgical critical care before moving to general intensive care and completing a post-graduate qualification in mentorship and my speciality course in Intensive Care Nursing.

After stepping back from the bedside, I worked across South London as a Resuscitation Officer, developing skills in acute care, teaching and clinical audit, before moving into a post as a Specialist Nurse in Organ Donation. I worked as part of a team to support patients, their families and the clinicians treating them, in end of life discussions, honouring decisions made in life to save and transform the lives of others through organ donation and transplantation.

I currently work in the Critical Care Outreach Team, called the ‘iMobile Team’, at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. As a multidisciplinary team composed of specialist nurses and rotating ICM and anaesthesia trainees, we respond to deteriorating patients throughout the site, provide rapid response, stabilisation and transfer to the ICU and support patients on discharge from critical care. Additionally, we are very involved with and have led on a number of educational initiatives throughout the inpatient wards designed to empower and support clinical staff in caring for the acutely unwell adult.

I am extremely honoured and grateful to have been awarded a scholarship by the RCPE and look forward to starting the MSc in Critical Care, expanding both my knowledge and understanding in order to increase the quality of the care that I provide.