Experiences on placement
Do we become 'ward blind'?Subscription
An area of interest to me at this time in my studies is the theory of change blindness, otherwise known as inattentional blindness.
'It's okay to cry about our patients'Subscription
How do you come to terms with a patient telling you they’re ready to die?
Since volunteering at a children’s hospice, Mikey can think of no better place to work
On 14 April at 8pm, Diverse Learners, WeNurses, and Plymouth University will be teaming up to deliver an interactive, engaging webinar discussing student placements.
Placements at GP clinics: what to expectSubscription
Claudia was thrilled to find out her first placement was at a GP clinic, but the placement wasn’t exactly what she expected
As newly qualified nurses we found ourselves asking an irregular and difficult question: should we go and help combat the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone?
A visit to RCN Congress resulted in student nurse, Deanne, contributing to one of the most important reviews into whistleblowing
Christian Betteridge, Practice Education Facilitator at 2gether NHS Foundation Trust which serves Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, is January’s 6Cs in Action: Celebrating Excellence winner.
Christopher was amazed at the increased responsibility he had on placement in Finland, but he found the exchange programme offered far more than practical skills
So, you’ve got the ‘Far Placement’Subscription
How to cope with being allocated a placement miles away from home