Study advice for new student nurses
Third year student, Kate, recalls how the mistakes she’s made on placement have helped her become a better nurse
Before I started my nursing course last September, I excitedly trawled through articles, forums and blogs looking for every single piece of information I could find about being a student nurse.
Fallon knew that juggling her family with studying nursing wasn’t going to be easy, but she quickly found her own ways of making it manageable
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All student nurses should experience a critical care placement, argues staff nurse Rachel Davies
Newly qualified nurse, Nikki, realises the importance of setting achievable goals no matter where you are in your training
Second year student nurses are often told that they’re “stepping-up” a gear. But what does this really mean?
We asked our student nurse readers what they wish they’d been told before starting uni, and you get to hear the juicy bits …
What to expect from a course in nursing Subscription
Starting your nursing course doesn’t have to be a step into the unknown
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Feeling fragile? Find the best strategies to healthily manage homesickness at university.
Prior to going to university I had never lived with another person for longer than a month; it was the aspect of the whole experience that scared me the most.