The colleague who nominated Emma said:
Emma joined us last year and made an impact straight away. She brought with her some great oncology and haematology experience and was quickly able to see areas where we could do better for this patient group. She has worked hard to establish an exercise group on the ward and has recently worked with the Leukaemia Foundation to see how this could be continued in the community. Emma is a strong advocate for the End PJ Paralysis campaign, and organised a day where staff came to work in their PJs to raise awareness of the ‘get up, get dressed, get moving’ message. She refuses to be put off by roadblocks, instead she thinks laterally about how to turn them into positives. I admire her friendly determined nature, and think we are incredibly lucky to have her.