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How to master your nursing course dissertationSubscription
Feeling the dissertation panic? Fear not - student editor Danielle has the ultimate survival (and success!) guide
I’ve realised recently how opinionated I’ve become about politics.
CPD's not just for qualified nursesSubscription
Student NT Editor, Rebecca Wallett, explains how CPD can help with your practice both before and after qualifying and, crucially, help you stand out from the crowd when applying for jobs
In our penultimate lecture of our penultimate semester as student nurses we heard a disconcerting statement. We were in Critical Psychiatry and, quite frankly, not prepared for what we were about to learn.
Before I became a student nurse I was passionate about care of older adults and always affected by stories of older people who were lonely.
Whilst training for my learning disability nursing degree I am also a support worker for a fantastic charity.
Do you dare talk to that consultant?Subscription
As a final year student, children’s branch editor Danielle has found that other members of the multidisciplinary team not only “don’t bite” but can actually really help you in your learning journey
Do we afford ourselves the same understanding as we do our service users? Mental health editor, Hazel, suggests student nurses need to be open about their own mental health and ask for help when needed
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.