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What do you think of the new Student Nursing Times site?

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22-Sep-2011 2:29 pm

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22-Sep-2011 2:29 pm

I like the colour, great resource for students I think

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Jenni Middleton

Jenni Middleton

Posts: 10

22-Sep-2011 7:08 pm

Do let us know what you think of the content - if you're not a subscriber, you can still see the topics and tell us what you'd like to see more of. If you are a subscriber, then do let us know what you'd like to see, and what you'd find really useful.

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Adam Roxby

Adam Roxby

Location: Colchester, Essex
Posts: 3

23-Sep-2011 1:40 pm

I am really proud to be involved and think it has a great potential to grow and become a useful resource to students nurses.

It will also be a great community for us to all share ideas, stories and knowledge.

Looking forward to it.

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Jenni Middleton

Jenni Middleton

Posts: 10

26-Sep-2011 10:10 am

Student nurses - perhaps you can give us some insight into who you'd like to hear from - either in a webchat or with an interview that you can read. Is there anyone in the profession that you'd like to learn more about how they got their career or anyone who has a certain skill or experience you'd like to know more about?

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Anonymous

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26-Sep-2011 10:20 am

Looks good. Will we get access to the other articles on the main NT website and not just the student section? It's all becoming a bit expensive if we have to pay for both.

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nadine woogara

nadine woogara

Posts: 7

26-Sep-2011 11:10 am

Hi

Yes, all student subscribers have access to all the subscriber articles on the main NT website, just at a discount!

thanks
Nadine

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Daniel Keeble

Daniel Keeble

Posts: 4

26-Sep-2011 2:14 pm

I personally really like the website. The fact that the content is distinctively tailored for students, that the forum enables students to communicate and unite with other nursing students from other learning institutions, as well as giving students the opportunity to get involved in discussions with special guests, I believe, makes it a unique site, and potentially a great learning and empowering resource for students. So definitely a worthy reason to use the site!

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Luís Nobre

Luís Nobre

Location: Portugal
Posts: 1

6-Oct-2011 6:11 pm

I'm a portuguse nursing student, and I have been following Nursing Times since i started college (2 and a half years ago), and I'm very pleased with this section. It is just a shame that most articles became "subscribers only" and that I can't subscribe in Portugal...

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Adam Roxby

Adam Roxby

Location: Colchester, Essex
Posts: 3

8-Oct-2011 12:04 pm

Hello Daniel, glad you like the site. Hope you continue to find value in it. More exciting content is still to come.

Hello Luis, I can't really comment on the subscription side of things but there are free articles, blog and each Friday one of the paid articles will be free. Stay involved though.

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Tracie Jones

Tracie Jones

Posts: 5

9-Dec-2011 6:35 pm

I`m new to the site and love it, I m in my 2nd year of Access to Health and hopefully start uni in September; its really making me feel like i`m on my way to being part of the nursing community especially as I have already had communication from other students.

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Anonymous

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12-Sep-2012 8:21 pm

Not to keen on having to subscribe - we ARE students!

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Anonymous

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16-Jan-2014 11:05 am

Share confidential information online.

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Luci Jane

Luci Jane

Posts: 76

23-Mar-2014 5:24 pm

Social networking sites

This information addresses the use of social networking sites by nurses, midwives and students. It sets out how The Code: standards of conduct, performance and ethics for nurses and midwives (NMC 2008) might be applied in thinking about social networking sites, and provides practical tips for using them responsibly. It also sets out some principles for employers and educators on social networking policies and investigating complaints about the use of social networking sites. This information addresses specific issues around social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter but its principles can be applied to all kinds of online communication, including personal websites and blogs, discussion boards, email groups and instant messaging. It also covers all kinds of content shared online, including text, photographs, images, video and audio files..
http://www.nmc-uk.org/nurses-and-midwives/advice-by-topic/a/advice/social-networking-sites/
http://www.rnresume.net/our-services/rn-cv-writing-service/

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Mary Kennedy

Mary Kennedy

Location: United State of America
Posts: 16

16-May-2014 11:10 am

I think it is the best resource for collecting information and knowledge about nursing and lots of students takes benefits with nursing time site for their further studies.

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