Welcome to the Nurses' League
A request for your thoughts/ideas on what makes a paediatric nurse special
At our chapel service before the reunion and AGM, our chaplain, Jim Linthicum, gave us a project! He would like to hear our ideas about what makes a paediatric nurse so special, and also any thoughts about the special qualities we need.
The 2020 AGM
This year, unfortunately due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the AGM is going to be held via an online Zoom meeting for executive committee members only, on 12 November at 10 am. The agenda will be as follows:
- Apologies for absence
- Minutes of the 82nd AGM held on 29th September 2019
- Matters arising from those minutes
- The President/Vice President Address
- Report from the Chief Nurse Great Ormond Street Hospital
- Honorary Secretary's Report
- Honorary Treasurer's Report
- Membership Secretary's Report
- Acceptance of Reports
- Discussion on the League Journal
- Any other business
- Date of next AGM
If you have any comments, please email the Hon Secretary at email@example.com. The minutes of the 2019 AGM are in the Journal (page 11) within the members only section. If you need details, please contact the membership secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org. Details of the members only section were sent to members who bought the journal last year; only members of the league can use this area of the website.
For more information see the League News page.
There were some problems with the distribution of the journal in 2018. If you know of anyone who had paid for one but did not receive it, please contact the Membership Secretary.
We currently have some vacancies for Link Members notably in Kent and Berkshire. Link members keep in touch with League members in their county, hold coffee mornings and advise re applications to the benevolent fund. For any more information please contact the Membership Secretary.
Our Favourite Books
By Michelle Baillie and Lyz Warren, with foreword by Michael Aspel OBE. This book shows the commitment of staff, families, volunteers and supporters, combined with a fierce determination not to let the children down. Tadworth Court not only survived but has gone from strength to strength during the first 25 years.