Blogs by student nurses for student nurses
It was time for feedback from my placement. As I scrolled through the comments section one in particular caught my attention: “She needs to be encouraged to see that it is important to keep her health a priority as well”.
More days off and increased continuity of care for patients are the most notable benefits of twelve hour shifts, but there’s no denying that they can be physically and mentally draining
Before starting his training Gavin thought he knew where his career was going, but placements have helped him realise the vast array of options available to him.
It is fair to say that Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a controversial treatment that many people do not realise is still prescribed in contemporary medicine
On this particular day I was a joint scrub with an ODP member of staff for a procedure.
Jan Royal and Craig Meager discuss supporting nursing students in the emergency department of a regional Major Trauma Centre.
Conflict of interest is something that will likely impact all of us, perhaps if we have worked as HCAs or if an acquaintance has been admitted to a ward on which we are administering care
Before I started my nursing degree back in 2014 I was at a crossroads in my life.
When I told my peers and relatives I was going to do a research elective, to say that some questioned my decision would be to put it mildly
Being a student nurse is incredible. I love learning from experience, the often gruelling physiological side, and building new relationships