Study advice for new student nurses
Newly qualified nurse, Nikki, realises the importance of setting achievable goals no matter where you are in your training
Soon-to-be student nurse, Jade, asks “Should student nurses spend a year working as a HCA before starting their course?”
Chloe knew that at some point during her Year to Care, she would need to confront her feelings about death
Why intensive care might interest youSubscription
All student nurses should experience a critical care placement, argues staff nurse Rachel Davies
Culture and care: creative nursesSubscription
Being a nursing student doesn’t mean you can’t be a writer too
My Mum was misdiagnosed with emphysema about 15 years ago.
'A job that I already love'Subscription
I have, perhaps, an unusual background for a nurse. I was previously a research scientist, acquiring a BSc and PhD, and then working as a microbiologist at a university.
I first thought about becoming a nurse when a close family member fell ill and I realised that I got a lot of satisfaction from looking after them.
'Learning doesn’t stop after graduating'Subscription
I have just finished my first week on the ward as a staff nurse. Granted I am still waiting for my PIN and I am currently supernumerary, but I’m wearing the uniform, which feels fantastic.
The first time: Being a real-life nurseSubscription
I’m yet to meet the person who found their first week as a staff nurse to be exactly as they imagined.