Written by student nurses for student nurses
We are student nurses, we spend our days in lecture rooms, on placements, studying, researching, our minds working overtime on all the information we need to process.
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It is reported that Albert Einstein once said, “Life is like riding a bicycle; to keep your balance, you must keep moving”. I think it’s pretty clear from this that Einstein was never a student nurse.
Nine shifts to go, that’s it. In nine shifts’ time I will have finished my student nurse training and I will shortly start my first job as a newly qualified nurse on a neonatal department.
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I am currently studying the district nursing specialist practitioner qualification (DNSPQ) at university. This has proved challenging at times as I trained over 30 years ago and I am the most mature student in the class by quite a few years
Now in my final year of nursing, it is time for me and many other student nurses to write our final personal development plan.
I am a ‘mature student’, in my final year of adult nursing. I have many years of experience working in a hospital setting and nursing is all I have ever wanted to do.
Bridges are designed to have a basic function to allow people to move from point A to point B with minimum risk.
Any university degree will be difficult. There is a huge step up from A level or access courses.
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I have recently entered my third year of university where I’m studying to be a learning disability nurse.