‘Nursing the nation’ by Molly Case

A stunning poem performed my Molly Case at the Royal College of Nursing Congress 2013


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3 Responses to ‘Nursing the nation’ by Molly Case

  1. Ben Kasstan says:

    I think this is remarkable – it makes me think that academics get so caught up in being critical and constantly ask how can healthcare be made better, but perhaps we’re actually losing sight of what has been achieved…

  2. Thanks for sharing this one CMH. It would be great if you could help the ‘Thanks a Million, Molly’ campaign. We want 1 million hits on this poem to celebrate Nurses Day 2013 on 12th May. The campaign link is here: Please share as widely as you can.


    Robert Frost said that “A poem begins in delight and ends in wisdom”. We want Molly’s wisdom about great Nursing into 1 million hearts and minds.

    Thanks to everyone who can help.

    Prof Philip Darbyshire

    • Centre for Medical Humanities says:

      Thanks Philip – a great campaign and we will do what we can in the lead up to the 12th!

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