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6 blog posts
  • Kathy Whayman Kathy Whayman 18 Feb 2021

    Finding Inspiration and support online

    In current times, we have to embrace technology in a way we have not seen before. For teaching and learning there are many exciting things happening where to keep up to date we must use platforms, apps and social media- one area in GI Nursing where this is happening is the development of virtual conferences and forums.

  • Rebekah Hill Rebekah Hill 5 Jan 2021

    Dry January

    I hope you had time to rest and relax over the festive period. Now its time to much alcohol did you drink?

  • Fiona Hibberts Fiona Hibberts 30 Nov 2020

    Quite a year Florence!

    A short reflection on 2020, but keeping Flo in the frame and her legacy for the year of the nurse and midwife.

  • Fiona Hibberts Fiona Hibberts 30 Oct 2020

    What's next?

    Reflective practice is good, yes! This is my first blog as Chair of our Forum, so a huge hello.

  • Rebekah Hill Rebekah Hill 1 Jul 2020

    From novice to expert and back again

    A senior nurse endoscopist, Irene Dunkley, reflects on her journey from the novice new recruit, to becoming an expert nurse endoscopist, to feeling a novice once again as she moves to becoming a lecturer in Higher Education.

  • Kathy Whayman Kathy Whayman 15 Mar 2019

    Gastrointestinal research survey

    Gastrointestinal research survey