Martin, Republic of Ireland’s Nurse of the Year.
Congratulations Martin, Republic of Ireland’s Nurse of the Year. We caught up with Martin on his win.
How long have you been working with the Guild?
I have been working with the Guild since October 2020.
What do you enjoy most about your job?
My favourite part of my job is the variety of areas I experience, which has helped me with my studies.
What attracted you to join the Guild?
The pay rates first of all, but having worked alongside Guild nurses in my previous job, I was attracted to their professionalism.
How do you feel about being our Nurse of the Year?
Truly grateful for the recognition and proud knowing my practice is going in the right direction.
What do you love about being a nurse?
The variety of work and also the routes of thought and direction that it gives you the opportunity to explore. Being a nurse gives one the ability to look at problems in a structured manner, analyse and help you achieve the desired outcome.
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