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anthony stephens

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  • Comment on: Top tips to survive your first six months as a newly qualified nurse

    anthony stephens's comment 1 April, 2017 12:37 pm

    2 days into mandatory not far off now and I am a) excited b) scared stiff. Proud of what I've achieved being a mature student and know it's going to be hard but tbh looking forward to it.

  • Comment on: 'I'm dreading going back to uni after Christmas - should I drop out?'

    anthony stephens's comment 24 December, 2016 6:08 am

    It's natural to feel apprehensive when away from loved ones, is there a university nearer to home where you can transfer that do the same or similar course. Being a student doesn't necessarily mean being away from home, some it suits some it doesn't. Don't be afraid to approach student life for advice. Good luck in whatever you choose.

  • Comment on: How can a student nurse help during a crash call?

    anthony stephens's comment 16 March, 2015 10:16 am

    I was involved in a cardiac arrest for the first time, it was quite harrowing but the nursing staff were excellent with me and before I knew it I was part of the team. There was never any pressure to take part in trying to save this young persons life, I was focused fully and felt useful and not in the way in fact I was asked to take part in various tasks including chest compressions. Only when I was on my way home did it kick in what I had taken part in, I do suggest any student to talk to someone afterwards.