Study advice for new student nurses
Let’s face it, we hear a lot of bad press surrounding the nursing profession these days.
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We asked the student nurse community to share their advice for starting a nursing degree. Did you tweet make it into the transcript?
Claire found first year so stressful that she was trying to change course by December. Then she came up with a coping strategy.
Having left a career in the Royal Air Force to pursue nursing, I keep ask myself again and again if I am making the right decision?
Having no previous healthcare experience, Kelly found herself wondering what she’d let herself in for when she first stepped onto a ward, but her positive attitude helped turn things around
From the intense yearlong access course, the interviews at the universities, to being told I have a place at my first choice university, the last 18 months has been a rollercoaster of emotions.
Third year student, Kate, recalls how the mistakes she’s made on placement have helped her become a better nurse
'My biggest fear is what to expect'Subscription
Most student nurses felt the fear before starting their course, but how can you turn this fear into a positive?
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Nervous about placement? Don’t be, says second year student Marlene
What should be included in a Freshers’ Survival Handbook for Student Nurses?