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Chief Nursing Officer


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Chief Nursing Officer n.

Chief Nursing Officer

Chief Nursing Officer n.

Chief Nursing Officer

SCHOLES, Mary Elizabeth (born 1924), Chief Area Nursing Officer, Tayside Health Board, 1973–83

MALONE, Beverly (born 1948), Chief Executive Officer, National League for Nursing, USA, since 2007

BEASLEY, Christine (Joan) (born 1944), Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Health, 2004–12

NAIRN, Margaret (1924 - 2010), Chief Area Nursing Officer, Greater Glasgow Health Board, 1974–84

JONES, Rhona Mary (1921 - 2011), Chief Nursing Officer, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, 1969–74

POWELL, Muriel (1914 - 1978), Chief Nursing Officer, Scottish Home and Health Department, 1970–76

COCKAYNE, Elizabeth (1894 - 1988), Chief Nursing Officer, Ministry of Health, 1948–58, retired

BELL, Edith Alice (1919 - 2003), Chief Nursing Officer, Welsh Office, 1972–81

AULD, Margaret Gibson (1932 - 2010), Chief Nursing Officer, Scottish Home and Health Department, 1977–88

NORTHWAY, Eileen Mary (born 1931), Principal Nursing Officer and Matron-in-Chief, Queen Alexandra’s Royal Naval Nursing Service, 1986–90, retired

MOORES, Yvonne (born 1941), Chief Nursing Officer and Director of Nursing, Department of Health, 1992–99

TAYLOR, Claire Mavis (1943 - 2010), Matron-in-Chief, 1994–97, and Captain (formerly Principal Nursing Officer), Queen Alexandra’s Royal Naval Nursing Service, 1990–97

SKEET, Muriel Harvey (1926 - 2006), Chief Nursing Officer and Nursing Adviser, British Red Cross Society, and St John of Jerusalem and British Red Cross Society Joint Committee, 1970–78

POOLE, (Avril) Anne (Barker) (born 1934), Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Health (formerly of Health and Social Security), 1982–92

COOPER, Margaret Jean Drummond (1922 - 2013), Chief Education Officer, General Nursing Council for England and Wales, 1974–82

 

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The government’s chief nursing adviser, who is responsible for providing an expert professional contribution and advice on nursing, midwifery, and health visiting matters to ministers and senior officials. There are separate Chief Nursing Officers for England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

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