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The Glover Lecture - 06 Jul 18 Featured

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Chief Nursing Officer (Army) (CNO(A)) will be hosting The Glover Lecture on 6 Jul 18 at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS). 

The Glover Lecture is given in memory of Lt Col Gill Glover  who was a nurse with a passion for exceptional training for combat medical technicians.  She served 22 years as a Territorial member of the Armed Forces and 7 years on the committee of the QARANC Association.  Her Legacy supports the QARANC Association Glover Prize, awarded annually to the Army Reserve Nurse or Healthcare Assistant, who in the opinion of the Senior Nursing Officer, has advanced military nursing during their service as a Nurse or HCA.

also taking place is an excellent opportunity to hear Nursing Times Editor Jenni Walker giving her perceptions on nursing, as someone who has observed nurses across many care settings.  How has nursing changed?  How does it have to change in the modern healthcare space?  And are nurses doing enough to challenge the status quo? 

Lecture Title: Not “just a nurse”

Following this there will be a QARANC HQ Mess, Regimental Dinner.

For more details or to apply, please contact the regimental secretary - Click here to email

Applications must be submitted before 22 Jun18

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