Student Nursing Times Editor: Student Affairs
Student affairs editor Anthony Johnson ponders the issues around attracting nurses into the community sector.
Student Affairs. A section dedicated to student nurses and the issues affecting our profession. What bigger issues have there been this week than in Manchester? A normal, developing city that was plunged into a level of violence that used to, seemingly, only occur elsewhere in the worl
Before I start, I want to clarify that my blogs and the ideas and opinions represented within them are my own personal opinion and not those of Nursing Times. I mention this because I think that there might be a few people who disagree with what I’m about to say, but with nursing and the NHS being in the state it is now I feel that it is my #PublicDuty to use my voice.
As a rabble rouser I often like to drop in a bit of politics while I’m on placement and frame the issues the staff have had on that shift as a way to get involved in the wider discourse on healthcare.
Student Affairs editor, Anthony Johnson, considers how in the long run better treatment of NHS staff would also reap rewards for the NHS, its patients and the government
The next steps for #BursaryOrBust: defending affordable housingVideoSubscription
The #BursaryOrBust campaign’s #SleepOut/Vigil for the NHS to place in November last year, and I wanted to explain why we, as healthcare professionals, need to be defending affordable housing.
The new role is said to have been developed in order to bridge the gap between registered nurses and healthcare assistants. Student affairs editor, Anthony, considers its implications.
'Brexit: no matter which way we voted, as nurses we only want what's best for those we care about'Subscription
One of the reasons I was asked to become the Student Affairs Editor was because it is my belief that it’s impossible to practice as a professional without understanding the wider social and political issues affecting our work.
'#BursaryOrBust is not the end of the fight'Subscription
In his first blog as Student Affairs Editor, Anthony discusses how students can advocate for themselves and why the recent bursary campaign is just the beginning of the battle to preserve our health service