In Wales the amount of people waiting more than nine months for hospital treatment has risen to 13,269, its highest in two years, raising questions about how to improve the current system. Perhaps the solution is moving more care into the patients home?
The following work is an on going project investigating the work of Community Nurses in Gwent, South Wales. I have shadowed and attended a number of visits with District Nurses Natalie Curry and Jackie O’Leary whilst on their rounds, where they visits patient’s homes and assist them with their medical needs.
This project shows the hardworking nature of these highly trained Nurses, the somewhat monotonous tasks they undertake and the variety of patients they see. This project is in association with The Aneurin Bevan Health Board and funded by Ideastap.
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