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Meet Fatima, band 5 nurse, RLH

I joined ITU during the merge of the old Royal London building to the new site. Coming from a HDU background, my first year was predominantly spent training and upskilling, during which I had incredible support from our PDNs and senior staff who took an active role in my band 5 development and my progression to my current band 6 role. 

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Meet Jordan, band 6 nurse, RLH

I joined ITU during the merge of the old Royal London building to the new site. Coming from a HDU background, my first year was predominantly spent training and upskilling, during which I had incredible support from our PDNs and senior staff who took an active role in my band 5 development and my progression to my current band 6 role. 

Meet Luisa, band 7 nurse, WXH

I joined the critical care team as a band 5, thirsty for special skills and in search of a better opportunity and a new environment.

Meet Katie, band 5 nurse, WXH

I made the decision to move to ICU as I liked the one nurse to one patient care. I can focus my attention on closely monitoring one patient and finish my shift feeling that I have done the best I can to help their recovery.

Meet Tibor, assistant practitioner, WXH

Joining the team was one of the best decisions of my life. Critical care is very challenging, but it’s also been a great opportunity to learn new things and gain new skills. The critical care team at Whipps Cross are brilliant and I have learned a lot from them.

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