Malta

Victoria Sultana is a nurse with over 30 years’ experience in various settings across the health sector.  She has occupied clinical, leadership, and educational roles, and currently holds the position of Director of Nursing Mental Health Services in Malta.  She has a PhD in Medical Anthropology apart from her nursing qualifications.  Throughout her career Victoria has worked relentlessly towards improving patient care and in promoting evidence based practice across the areas she has lead.
Victoria is firm believer in nurse education and training, and in supporting staff to achieve their full potential.  Her philosophy of care and leadership both in the educational and clinical settings is guided by the premise that compassion and kindness must form a strong and integral part of what a nurse does on a daily basis despite the fact that the work world is dominated by turbulence, fast paced change, and uncertainty.  She never forgets that our collaborative and multidisciplinary team efforts are there to deliver safe and quality services for patients and their relatives whilst ensuring that staff remain healthy, competent, and resilient.
ictoria Sultana is a nurse with over 30 years’ experience in various settings across the health sector.  She has occupied clinical, leadership, and educational roles, and currently holds the position of Director of Nursing Mental Health Services in Malta.  She has a PhD in Medical Anthropology apart from her nursing qualifications.  Throughout her career Victoria has worked relentlessly towards improving patient care and in promoting evidence based practice across the areas she has lead.
Victoria is firm believer in nurse education and training, and in supporting staff to achieve their full potential.  Her philosophy of care and leadership both in the educational and clinical settings is guided by the premise that compassion and kindness must form a strong and integral part of what a nurse does on a daily basis despite the fact that the work world is dominated by turbulence, fast paced change, and uncertainty.  She never forgets that our collaborative and multidisciplinary team efforts are there to deliver safe and quality services for patients and their relatives whilst ensuring that staff remain healthy, competent, and resilient.

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