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This month's learning champion: Sarah Phillips

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Sarah Phillips, a student subscriber and nurse for The University of Wolverhampton, feels NT Learning has helped with her professional development.

This month, our champion is Sarah Phillips, who works as a nurse for The University of Wolverhampton.

learning champion sarah phillips

learning champion sarah phillips

Sarah Phillips

Job title: Nurse

Place of work: The University of Wolverhampton

Which was your favourite unit?
My favourite unit was the unit on “Deteriorating Patient: Assessment, Identification and Management”. 

Which unit are you planning to do next?
I am planning on taking the unit on ’Patient Isolation: Transmission-based Precautions’ next.

Why did you choose NT learning?
I chose Nursing Times Learning because it had a good range of learning resources – it helps to support and reinforce my university-based learning as well as my practice-based learning.

How has NT learning helped you with your professional development?
I think that undertaking a learning unit makes me safer to care – by applying the theory and learning to case studies it helps to apply this to practice. I also benefit from the clinical archive, and recent and relevant articles.

Would you recommend NT Learning to your colleagues?
I most definitely would recommend Nursing Times Learning to colleagues! 

As a student nurse, Sarah was able to take advantage of everything a Nursing Times subscription includes, but for 30% less! Find out more here

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