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Journal of Community Nursing (JCN) | October 2021

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Reflections on life as an international nurse: what I wish I’d known...

Reflections on life as an international nurse: what I wish I’d known...
Reflection

Pages: 29 - 29

Article topics: International

Here, Fabio Trovato Monastra, who after graduating with distinction from University La Sapienza, Rome, initially began his nursing career in Italy and now has five years’ experience as deputy theatre manager and nurse at Highgate Private Hospital and for the NHS, talks about the ups and downs of being an international nurse in the UK.
Being an international nurse was one of the best choices I ever made. If you are considering an experience abroad, I would strongly recommend it. However, you may want to consider a few points before embarking on this undertaking to ensure it is the right choice for you.

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