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 When Accident and Emergency Nurse Practitioner Kate Mansbridge was treated by her colleagues at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham following an horrific crash, she knew she wanted to give something back.

We arranged for her story to appear on the front page of The New Day newspaper today - which has been followed up on Radio One, ITV This Morning and it will shortly appear in the two of Britain's biggest women's magazines.

Kate wanted to highlight the work of the hospital and the article contained the name of the charity and an appeal for donations along with links to it's website both in print and on Mirror Online, which we achieved for her, reaching millions.

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