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Student Editors'

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  • Student NT editor Heather Phelan

    How to talk to a suicidal patientSubscription

    20 June, 2018

    Student NT editor Heather Phelan shares her advice for discussing suicide with patients.

  • desiree deighton

    Parenting politics: The highs and lows of parent-nurse partnershipsSubscription

    12 June, 2018

    Student NT editor Desiree Deighton reflects on the positive impact health professionals can have on patients and families.

  • holly morse

    Changing the conversation around breastfeedingSubscription

    6 June, 2018

    Student NT editor Holly Morse says that we should change the conversation around breastfeeding ahead of National Breastfeeding Week, which falls in June.

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    The effects of vitamin D on epilepsySubscription

    29 May, 2018

    Student NT editor Rebecca Hammond says we should be mindful of the importance of vitamin D.

  • heather phelan student editor 2

    Are we there yet?Subscription

    22 May, 2018

    On my first day of my very first placement, everything seemed unfamiliar. I couldn’t remember the names of any medications. I was slightly terrified of actually speaking to a real patient. I couldn’t even put on a blood pressure cuff properly.

    Comments (1)
  • desiree deighton

    International Nurses Day: A family historySubscription

    15 May, 2018

    Student NT editor Desiree Deighton shares a family story.

  • holly morse

    'My experience moulded the doula I became'Subscription

    1 May, 2018

    Student NT editor for midwifery Holly Morse reflects on what led her to undertake midwifery training.

  • rebecca hammond close up 1

    The power of musicSubscription

    17 April, 2018

    Student Nursing Times editor Rebecca Hammond reflects on the impact of music therapy

  • heather phelan student editor 2

    Should we stop complaining?Subscription

    12 April, 2018

    There’s a time and a place for negativity, but we should focus on the positive, writes Student Nursing Times editor Heather Phelan

    Comments (3)
  • desiree deighton

    Restraining a child for clinical procedures Subscription

    5 April, 2018

    Having to break a child’s trust by overpowering them to perform a necessary but painful procedure can be upsetting for nurses, says Student Nursing Times editor Desiree Deighton

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