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You’ve done it – you’ve made it through your training and you’ve landed that all-important first job as a staff nurse. But how will you make it through the ups and downs of your first year?
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I’ve spent the last two days on the other side of the fence; in that I’ve been the poorly patient…. three times in 36 hours, in three different settings.
Blogs by student nurses for student nurses
After realising that student loans do not take into account that healthcare students have longer academic years, Alice is calling on student nurses to join her in campaigning for a fairer system
Have you ever had that sinking feeling when you’ve seen where your next placement will be?
After being rejected on the grounds that she didn’t have enough experience, Amanda started to feel that she would never find her first nurisng job
Helena’s personal experiences of the mental health system are helping to shape her into the nurse she wants to be
Choosing which field of nursing to study was not difficult. I spent time thinking seriously about it and researching each option, but I always knew learning disability nursing was for me.
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Dissertations can feel like stressful, bumpy car-rides. Here are some tips that can turn the last stretch of your journey to qualifying into a smooth success.
If you could write a letter to yourself 15 years ago, what would you say?
This week's practice
Patients needing blood transfusions should be told about risks and benefits of the procedure so they can give informed consent before it is undertaken
A patient is asking to have a healthy leg amputated as he feels it is not part of his body. Should such requests ever be granted? And, if so, in what circumstances?
We speak Philip Keeley, director of undergraduate education at the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work at The University of Manchester.
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Nurse education research
OSCEs are a useful way to assess competence at pre-registration and postgraduate levels. Students and lecturers should be well prepared to make the most of them
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The first in a three-part series on electrocardiograms explores continual monitoring
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