Experiences on placement
Your placement learning objectives decodedSubscription
At first glance, your placement documentation can be daunting. We’ve pulled apart the most commonly used wording to help you understand exactly what you’re being asked to do.
When I heard the title of my postoperative nursing placement it did not excite me, to me “low dependency” suggested a slow area, but I was completely wrong.
As soon as you begin your nursing training, your tutors will immediately start mentioning reflective practice.
Why intensive care might interest youSubscription
All student nurses should experience a critical care placement, argues staff nurse Rachel Davies
Before I started my community placement I was not excited. My placement was with a city team, covering seven GP surgeries and I was expecting a slow paced day spent mainly dealing with leg ulcers.
What to expect from your student nursing placements Subscription
Over the course of your education you will be placed in a variety of different areas and specialisms. Each will have its own unique opportunities for learning and development …
What to do when you're feeling like a spare partSubscription
Think you have little do while on placement? Think again …
Presenting yourself appropriately can make all the difference on your mental health placement
What makes a good handover?Subscription
Giving an in-depth handover allows you to go home safe in the knowledge that your patients are taken care of but how should you hand over your patients?
Since volunteering at a children’s hospice, Mikey can think of no better place to work