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Registered Nurses in Adult practice, work across a very broad landscape in social care and are often in roles that may not have registered nurse as part of their job title.

Take a look at the different job roles and paths people are taking to start and develop their nursing careers in adult social care.

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Simon - Deputy Manager

Setting: Residential Care Ƶ with Nursing caring for residents aged 18 and above with a variety of co-morbidities.
I am deputy manager of a team of nurses and carers in providing quality care for all of the residents. I ensure that all assessments are completed in a timely fashion from Deprivation of Liberty assessments to ...
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Other roles of interest

Michael - Director of Wellbeing, Strategy and Collaboration

Setting: Social care provider organisation, 400+ care homes and supported living places in England and Wales.
I have oversight of our health and wellbeing team and our organisational strategies, so we are in place to positively impact on lives of people supported and the skill/knowledge of their supporters. I support in ... 
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Share your nursing career journey with us!

We would love to know what inspired you to start a career in adult social care nursing, if you would like to share your journey with us complete  and email it to SocialCareNursing@skillsforcare.org.uk


Other resources and useful links

Registered nurses - Recognising the responsibilities and contribution of registered nurses within social care