Lisa tells us about how hard it was when she first arrived in the UK as her English language proficiency was very low. She studied very hard to learn it and attended college and then university. She described her job looking after patients at a NHS hospital. She used to work at a care home but didn't get on with the staff so she changed her job to current hospital. She enjoys working now as the staff team is very supportive and help each other out. 

When asked what the difference is since coming to UK, she replied her ability to communicate with strangers. She was very shy before and learnt communication skill here. She now even talk to strangers whilst walking her dog and can communicate well with patients' families

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