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I feel a bit naughty for saying that I wish to work in a different setting than a hospital.
'We must evolve our terminology to reflect our approach to care. Let's start with 'service user''Subscription
I think it’s fair to say that learning disability nurses are all too familiar with a variety of often puzzling terms used to identify the individuals we support. But there is one term in particular that, put simply, has to go.
Seeing the emotional distress of teenagers on placement promoted children’s nursing editor, Danielle, to realise that her training should do more to equip her to offer the best possible care to adolescent service users
'Lonely' seems to be the hardest wordSubscription
With more and more of us living in single person households, Hazel explores the impact this is having on mental health.
After four placements, numerous exams and assignments, and a dose of second-year blues, I’m here. I’ve made it this far; I’m at the start of my third and final year. I have come out the other side a more confident nurse in training - or so I thought.
Are you yet to experience your first working Christmas? It’s not as bad as you imagine, explains student editor Rebecca
Smoking, drinking and partying until the early hours seems to be part and parcel of the student experience we’ve all signed up to at university.
Saving money as a student nurseSubscription
Student editor for mental health branch Hazel Nash shares some of her secrets for staying financially savvy while studying nursing
'Want to save lives? Register as an organ donor'Subscription
At the time of writing this, there are 6642 people waiting for a transplant.
As a learning disabilities nursing student I hear the word complex used to describe aspects of the lives of individuals we support.