Roswyn Hakesley-Brown

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Roswyn Hakesley-Brown, CBE, MPhil, BA, RN, RM, DN (Lond), Cert Ed (Birmingham) is a British nurse and researcher. She was president of the Royal College of Nursing (2000–02).

In July 2004, then-Minister for Health, John Hutton MP, launched a strategy for integrating refugee nurses into the health and social care workforce.[1] The strategy was developed by the Refugee Nurses Task Force which she chaired.[2] Hakesley-Brown was Special Education Projects Manager at the University of Glamorgan.[citation needed]

She was appointed CBE in the 2007 New Year Honours.