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David Quayle

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Wanda Hughes

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Kerryn Reynolds

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Mark Clement

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Stuart Cox

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Helen Ballantyne

Transplant High Dependency Unit , Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge

After graduating with a degree in Pharmacology in 2002, Helen qualified as Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2005, after a wide range of experience nursing animals, she decided to swap species. In 2013 she qualified as a human centred nurse, starting her career with two years working in cardiothoracic intensive care. She then spent two years with the Royal Papworth transplant team supporting patients pre and post-transplant. Currently she works at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge on the Transplant High Dependency Unit and is half way through her MSc in Healthcare Management. Her particular areas of interest include patient safety, clinical debriefing and working with animals in the therapeutic environment. 

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