In memory of our nursing staff

Thank you for taking time to remember a nurse or health care employee who has died during the coronavirus pandemic.
Every life lost is a tragedy, and on behalf of everyone at the Royal College of Nursing, I would like to pay tribute to our colleagues who have died whilst caring for others and keeping them safe.
I hope this online Book of Remembrance will become a lasting legacy that reflects the bravery and compassion of our nursing colleagues. I sincerely hope it will offer some comfort to the family and friends of those who have died, and a reassurance that they will never be forgotten.

Donna Kinnair,
Chief Executive and General Secretary, RCN

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Remembrance messages

This is national nursing week- I have courage to continue working in this overwhelming environment because their are others who selflessly worked to save others only to lose their own lives. God bless
April Crossman
Our nation owes a debt of gratitude to all health & social care staff who died for a profession that they loved and dedicated their lives to.
Isabel Harper
A heartfelt gratitude to all the Nurses across the world to stand tall between the disease and us. There can be no payback for the services they render. God bless all the Nurses.
Kiran Kumar Dev G
I am SO grateful and moved by the sacrifice of nursing staff on behalf of patients. What greater love can there be than to give your life for another?
Graham Miller LCM
So sad that any health worker has died due to Covid 19 pray there will not be any more. Keep safe every one.
Elizabeth Stone
Dedication, duty and selfless acts knows no bounds.
Jennifer Doohan
Thank you for your care and compassion.
James Campbell
Never forgotten. Rest in peace ๐Ÿ’”
Forever remembered for your care and kindness during this dreadful pandemic. โค
To all the wonderful and courageous health colleagues that sadly lost their lives whilst trying to save others. You will always be the heroes of this pandemic and forever remembered.
parminder Sahota
It is always sad when someone dies even more so when they are friends and members of the nursing team. I feel proud to have known some of the nurses who have given their all for their fellow mankind.
Roy Tomlinson
Sending love and solidarity to the families left devastated by the loss of their loved ones. Failed by those who should have protected them. Never again ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ
Jane Newson