Myrtle Munro – A Mile in My Shoes
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Myrtle Munro began her career as a nurse in Trinidad & Tobago; in this piece (available online here) she talks about how working for the NHS compares, bringing up children while working night shifts, and dealing with racist comments from patients.

Made for the Empathy Museum‘s A Mile in My Shoes project, which aims to give a sense of what day to day life is like for healthcare professionals in the UK.

Funded by the Health Foundation.