The term 'Specialist Nurse' encompasses a wide plethora of job titles, covering many different roles. Typically a 'Specialist Nurse' spends the majority of their time (60%) in clinical activity with a further 17% spent in education, 14% in management activity and 4% in research. Core specialist nurse activities include patient assessment/ referrals, autonomous decision making and offering specialist advice.
Binley's Database of NHS Specialist Nurses provides accurate and up-to-date contact information for anyone seeking to influence key decision makers in the nursing profession.
E-communications for NHS Specialist Nurses are also available.
Updated on a continuous basis, this database is 100% verified annually. Updates are also available monthly.
No. of contacts:
76,201 named contacts. For a full breakdown please refer to the datasheet under Download files.
Extracts from this database can be supplied on CD, via email, as address labels or pre-printed envelopes for use in direct mail campaigns undertaken by Binley's mailing house or a third party mailing services provider.
You can also use this database to create your bespoke mailing lists targeting precisely those individuals identified as your prospective customers.
Call our database team on 01268 495600 or use the enquiry form at the top of the page.
Extracts of our databases are tailor-made to your requirements. Data is supplied under licence and cannot be purchased online.
For expert advice and a no obligation count and quote contact us via telephone or email. Our team of database account managers will be happy to answer any questions or discuss your specific requirements.
Job responsibilities include
- Specialist nurse
- Ward manager
- Ward sister
- Theatre nurse
- Macmillan/Marie Curie nurse
- Advanced practitioner
- Consultant nurse
- Head midwife
Umbrella specialities include
- Endocrinology / Diabetes
- Palliative medicine
- Public health / Community medicine
- Thoracic / Respiratory
“The excellent service Binley’s provide is invaluable in helping us stay in contact with nursing professionals and the wider healthcare sector.”
Royal College of Nursing