Lifeline (n.)

'A rope or line used for life-saving, typically one thrown to rescue someone in difficulties in water or one used by sailors to secure themselves to a boat'

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Whether you are a nurse, midwife or healthcare support worker; newly qualified or experienced, student, associate, military, retired, or a family member or friend of someone in the profession, if you want to chat, our volunteer team will be here to listen.

With our organisation's mission always in mind, we are striving to promote awareness around mental and emotional wellbeing.

We value this aspect of health, and our aim is to offer encouragement through positive content and resources, to inspire and empower.

This initiative was developed by nurses and midwives, for nurses and midwives.

Our peer-led phone service will provide opportunities for those in need to receive support without judgement, from those who may be able to relate. Our purpose is to reduce isolation within our professional community, together.

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CONTACT THE TEAM

85 Great Portland Street

London

 W1W 7LT

cm@nurselifeline.org.uk

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