Blogs by student nurses for student nurses
'We all need compassion and kindness'Subscription
Before my I started my training, I worked for a residential home assisting young adults with profound learning disabilities.
We’ve all experienced it – a team being a member of staff short, our names on the board despite being supernumerary. It’s often difficult for staff to remember that we’re not there to work, we are there to find get relevant, educational nursing exposure.
By a process called psychological continuity, John Locke reasoned that personal identity is bound only to consciousness.
It’s time to dispel the stereotypical global view that the nursing profession belongs only to women.
Student nurses come from all kinds of backgrounds and range in age from school leavers to more mature students.
It is well known that the number of nurses is falling, with experienced nurse leaders leaving the profession.
'Be kind to yourself'Subscription
I am in the midst of the last several weeks of my midwifery degree, and the pressure is on.
Evie Poole reflects on her experience of attending the The Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists (ARNS) 2018 conference.
Times flies when you’re having fun, so they say – or when you’re training to be a nurse.
From PR to ERSubscription
Three years ago I left my fast-paced life as fashion PR manager in London and returned to the green, green grass of home in North Wales to follow my dreams of training as an adult nurse.