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Sister, Cardiology Department, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Elizabeth Millar is a Ward Sister in the Cardiology Department. Prior to this, her background was in general medicine, endocrinology and trauma orthopaedics. Her main interests are improving direct patient care, mentoring and supporting pre- and post-registration nursing students and engaging in new initiatives for the benefit of patients, their relatives and staff within NHS Grampian. xxxii About the contributors Naomi Sharples RNLD, RMN, BA (Hons) Linguistics and Deaf Studies, MBA, PGCE.
Pamela Kirkpatrick MSc, PgcHELT, MA (Hons), BA, RM, RGN. Lecturer in Nursing and Joint Course Leader for the BA Public Health Nursing (District Nursing) course at the School of Nursing & Midwifery, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. Pamela Kirkpatrick’s interests include public health, community nursing, wound care, health psychology and sexual and reproductive health. Elizabeth Millar BN, RGN. Sister, Cardiology Department, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Elizabeth Millar is a Ward Sister in the Cardiology Department.
She walks to the patient and shakes her. Nurse: Mrs Bennet? Mrs Bennet? Oh hello, I’ve just come to do your observations, OK? I am just going to do your blood pressure if that’s OK? Thanks very much. Oh that’s a nasty cough you’ve got there isn’t it? This’ll just feel a bit tight on your arm . . if I can just have your wrist . . that’s fine. Thanks very much, I am just doing your pulse. Oh it’s all right. Right, I am just going to do your temperature now. Just turn your head that way a bit now, my love, thanks very much .