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In 'Career success for a manager with talent' (news February 22), Patrick Nyarumbu, one of 21 managers to complete the NHS Leadership Academy's 'top talent' programme, was mistakenly described as director of nursing at Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He is assistant director of nursing at the trust. Nursing Standard apologises for the error.
In the 'Skills on wheels' feature about a mobile clinical skills unit in Scotland (January 25), senior charge nurse Caitlin Charlton was mistakenly said to work at Lochgilphead Community Hospital. Ms Charlton is based at Pitlochry Community Hospital, part of NHS Tayside. Nursing Standard apologises for the error.