Helping you study
Introducing new roles, such as that of nursing associate, is challenging. This literature review offers guidance to leaders and workforce planners, and comes with a handout for a journal club discussion
A home from home in JapanSubscription
Hannah, Louise and Megan, second year student adult nurses, have learnt a lot from their study tour to Japan
Digitise your revisionSubscription
How to digitise studying to help improve time management, productivity and allow easy access to notes, information and study hubs.
‘This book would be invaluable for anybody undertaking a dissertation or research work involving a literature review and also for “old hands” to remind them of the process required to review and appraise evidence in an efficient and understandable manner.’
‘Health and social care professionals undertaking research, writing dissertations or assignments would benefit from this book as well as academic lecturers and supervisors who are supporting students who are undertaking literature reviews.’
We asked: What's it like to be a parent student nurse?VideoSubscription
We asked how parents who studied to be nurses how they coped with managing children and their educational workload.
Dissertations can feel like stressful, bumpy car-rides. Here are some tips that can turn the last stretch of your journey to qualifying into a smooth success.
If you could write a letter to yourself 15 years ago, what would you say?
Tackling the exam-room nervesSubscription
We go into the exam room, leave our bags, coats and scarves at the door and wander around the maze of tables to find the correct, alphabetically allocated chair. The time starts and papers are turned over.
Getting your head around assignmentsSubscription
First assignments can be daunting, but these tips will help you start writing your first essays
How to conquer your first year essaysSubscription
I was so worried about assignments when I started my degree, would I find them harder than my A-Levels?
Starting your nursing degree can be a daunting yet exciting time of your life.
Your one minute guide to the lymphatic systemSubscription
What is it, how do I remember it all, and how on earth do I pronounce it? We can help…
Your one minute guide to the endocrine systemSubscription
What is it, how do I remember it all and how on earth do I pronounce it? We can help…
How to handle group work in your first yearSubscription
Group work can always feel a bit difficult and might be something you’d rather avoid, but it doesn’t have to be such hard work …
It’s not easy entering the world of nursing, and you may be disappointed with a less than ‘satisfactory’ report card this January. But how well should freshers expect to be doing after their first term?
How to calm your exam nervesSubscription
Many people often choose the wrong techniques to calm their exam nerves, says student nurse, Mikey Whitehead
Exam time ... how to revise effectively Subscription
Natalie Moore, student nurse editor for mental health nursing, lets us in on her top revision tips …
'Group work used to fill me with dread'Subscription
Group work is a really important part of working effectively as a nurse.
How I cope with the stress and nerves of exams… Subscription
Exams have got to be the least favourite thing about university, everybody hates them that constant worry to weather you’ve done enough revision to pass the exam and that you actually remembered everything you needed to know surrounding the exam topic….