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Category list : Essay writing for students

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  • Student nurse studying

    How to write for Student Nursing Times

    Features1 December, 2017

    We are always on the look-out for enthusiastic student nurses to write blogs for Student NT, read on to find out how you can get involved

  • One study found students’ stress levels shot up during their undergraduate years

    Starting my final year as a student nurseSubscription

    Opinion19 October, 2017

    Amy Baker’s time as a student nurse is coming to an end, and she’s looking forward to the next step, as scary as that will be… 

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    A practical approach to the process of writing a dissertationSubscription

    Clinical9 October, 2017

    Writing a dissertation does not have to be stressful and should be a vehicle for learning, not a chore. This article offers practical advice for student nurses embarking on the task

  • Writing the perfect essay

    Writing the perfect essaySubscription

    Features7 September, 2010

    Nursing may be a practical profession but you’ll have to write essays to show you know your stuff. Use Tim Miller’s tips to do a good job

  • Many undergraduates and qualified nurses who have returned to study do a literature review as the final part of their degree. Helen Aveyard's advice will ease the process and make it more enjoyable

    Top Tips for doing your literature review!Subscription

    Features7 September, 2010

    Many undergraduates and qualified nurses who have returned to study do a literature review as the final part of their degree. Helen Aveyard’s advice will ease the process and make it more enjoyable