Mum’s effort ‘all worth it’
Just 24 hours after graduating, Danielle Robertson is already putting her new degree to good use.
The 22-year-old received her Bachelor of Nursing yesterday and, this morning, will walk through the doors of a Peterhead hospital to begin her career.
The past few years have been a whirlwind for her, A list of graduates supplied to us by RGU and published in Tuesday’s paper wrongly included following the birth of her daughter which meant she had to balance studying and placements with being a new mum.
She said: “You have to motivate yourself to get up at the crack of dawn, so you can catch the first bus and head in for a 12-hour shift, sometimes for three days in a row.
“But it’s worth it when you see the effect you’re having on each of your patients.” Maisa Al Mardini from Canada and Paul Smith from Inverbervie under Doctor of Business Administration rather than Doctor of Philosophy.
We apologise for any confusion caused.
CALLING: Barry Wright became Bachelor of Nursing
Award: Amy Duthie
Danielle Robertson: job