While completing my A-levels I worked part-time as a healthcare assistant in mental health inpatient wards (both adult and children), stroke rehab and palliative care wards. This solidified that nursing was the career for me.
I then achieved my nursing degree and once qualified I worked in major trauma, as during my student training I found a keen interest in this area of nursing. This period of time developed my passion for teaching, which led me to where I am now, teaching the nurses of the future.
I volunteer regularly for the Young Kennel Club, teaching young dog owners to train their dogs and develop their social skills. This includes camping weekends and Crufts.