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Chief Nursing Officer takes up 12-month secondment with NHS England

University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust Chief Nursing Officer, Professor Nina Morgan, has taken up a prestigious position as an Executive Nurse Fellow with NHS England and NHS Improvement.

Nina will spend one day a week working alongside Ruth May, the Chief Nursing Officer for England and her team during a 12-month secondment.

The role will involve helping form national policy, strategy and priorities in nursing and midwifery focusing on professional and system nurse leadership.

It will see Nina build and share on the knowledge and experience gained from more than 25 years working in the NHS. 

Nina said: “I am delighted and honoured to have been offered this fantastic opportunity by NHS England.

“It is testament to the high esteem in which the Trust is held for supporting and initiating excellence in clinical practice, research and education which is embedded in patient care.

“I am looking forward to new experiences and challenges and seeing how I can bring them back to further help and support our staff and teams at UHCW.”

Chief Nursing Officer for England, Ruth May, welcomed Nina as one of three new executive Nurse Fellows.

“They bring a wealth of experience across the nursing professions and I am delighted to welcome them to our senior leadership team for the next 12 months,” said Ruth.

Congratulations to Nina on securing this exciting opportunity.

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