Student Nursing Times Editor: Student Affairs
In his final article as a Nursing Times student affairs editor, Alan Brownlee, reflects on his time at university.
Why I chose to be a student editorSubscription
Our Student Affairs editor Alan Brownlee explains why it’s good to share his thoughts and experiences with the Student Nursing Times.
Student affairs editor, Alan Brownlee, considers how his training differs from that of his colleagues, and asks if more consistency is needed
From student to qualified: the realitySubscription
This student affairs section was intended to cover ‘the issues affecting you and your profession’, however as student nurses we are in a unique position with issues that are particular to us.
Is nurse education becoming too clinical at the expense of the study of ethics? Student affairs editor, Alan Brownlee, questions potential upcoming changes
With just three weeks until he qualifies, student affairs editor Alan, shares his feelings on reaching the end of his placement and some the lessons he’s learnt along the way
Student affairs editor, Alan, questions how much personality impacts on the learning opportunities afforded to student nurses when on placement
Student affairs editor, Alan, argues that nurses shouldn’t feel ashamed to admit they want reasonable pay for the work they do
In his Student Affairs blog, student editor Alan discusses mentorship and how far a negative experience can effect students’ progression
Inequality is often the chosen topic of discussion in healthcare, the latest term under the microscope being ‘unwarranted variation’, taken to mean variants that serve no benefit to a patient’s care