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Our student editor, Adam Roxby, talks experience, eagerness and cvs …
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When I first asked Nursing Times about writing a few articles I had no idea that I was lucky enough to approach them just as they were creating Student Nursing Times.
When I was asked to write a weekly article this time last year I had some preconceptions about the audience I was talking to.
I want to talk about the often unseen support that helps students get through their three years of training. Support that is beyond colleagues and services at your university.
In my experience, the most flamboyant and interesting have been the consultants.
I used to think that student nurses were fragile and needed to be nurtured to develop into confident and competent nurses of the future.
Being on a course which is mainly assessed by essays and nursing practice has made me a bit complacent.
It may seem an obvious question - of course you shouldn’t allow nurses and students access to their mobile phones while working.
Why should you become the new student nurse editor of Student Nursing Times?FREE subscription to studentnursingtimes.net - while the subscription fee for the site is extremely modest I have to say I have greatly appreciated this benefit. Quite often the Nursing Times is the first place I turn to when starting a new ...
We have all elected to undertake the course, and obviously want to do the best that we can, but I’m sure none of us want to sacrifice our social life in the process.
It may seem very naive of me to say this but when I started my nurse training back in September 2010, I didn’t really consider the academic process too much - I just wanted to be a nurse.