UK Lead, Tommy returns to Queen Margaret University to share our work with the new nursing students.
Massive thanks to Lindsey Regan – Lecturer, Division of Nursing at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh for inviting Tommy to speak with 1st Year Nursing Students.
Tommy was joined at the session by Karen Goudie – National Lead for Exillence in Care. Karen shared both a personal and national perspective with the students.
We were so proud to meet the wonderful Nursing Students, share our project work and #makeadifference campaign.
Big thanks to all for a brilliant morning and wonderful pledges below.
Team DCV 🙂
My pledge is to provide the best possible care to the best of my ability at all times.
Emily O`Brien – Student Nurse @ Queen Margaret University
I pledge to be the best nurse possibly I can be and to treat everyone with respect and the dignity they deserve.
Eimear Doherty – Student Nurse at Queen Margaret University
I pledge in my practice to always ask “what matters to you?” and to make that person feel like themselves no matter what.
Aoifee Duddy – Student @ QMU
My pledge is to full invest myself as a nurse and give as much as I can to help others and improve their quality of life.
Samantha Weir – Queen Margaret University Nursing
I pledge to be the best nurse I can be and to put a smile on parents face or brighten and family orientated.
Meabh McGinn – QMU
My pledge is to do the best and be the best I can to look after the person not the illness and take into account families views as they know the person.
Aimee Canaghan – Student Nurse
I pledge to improve the lives of everyone I care for and their families.
Chloe Rodger – Student Nurse, Queen Margaret University
I pledge to always offer and provide personalised care to my patients in a therapeutic way, so their emotional health improve as well as their physical. Always remember the person their choices and make them smile.
I pledge to see past a condition and see a person who has wans, wishes, likes and dislikes and a family to be the best nurse I can be.
Danielle Porter – Student Nurse, Queen Margaret University
I pledge to take the time to ask everyone I care for what their story is, what matters to them and how can I help them to achieve their goals/wishes.
Michelle Paget – Student Nurse
My pledge is to give people the opportunity and choice not to sit staring at four walls during their hospital stay. Improving mental health.
I chose to enter into this profession as I believe it is the most rewarding and inspiring jobs out there. I chose this for my desire to look after people who can no longer look after themselves. I chose this to help be a part of the transformation and making a positive difference in peoples lives.
I pledge to care for people who are vulnerable and what matters most to them.
Sarah Supple – Queen Margaret University
I pledge to maintain an individual’s independent choices and values.
Taking the time to talk and listen to your patients, making them feel like a person not like they are a task. To appreciate them and have empathy.
I pledge to do the best I can for as long as I can. To use my very fortunate up bringing and all the opportunities. I have been given trough this, to give back to people who weren’t as lucky as I was. To pass on my good luck.
I pledge to be the best nurse I can be and provide care for every patient to the best of my ability care for patients with respect or dignity.
Claire Feeney – Adult Nurse Queen Margaret University
I pledge to remember that the routine and everyday for me will be the first time for those I care for and their family, and it will mean the world to them.
Ross MacDonald – Student Queen Margaret Uni
I pledge to treat every person as a person. To treat others with love.