Social media: helpful or a hindrance?Subscription
During the first few weeks of my nurse training, we were given the social media “talk”, i.e. use it with extreme caution and preferably do not use it at all.
Find out what the current student nurse editor for adult branch thinks of the role
Even before I started my nursing course I was keen to find out all I could about this profession that I was eager to be a part of.
Louise reflects on how much has happened in the first two thirds of her course and, despite the ups and downs, hopes for more of the same in third year
Having had a glimpse of the world of practice nursing, SNT Student Editor Louise, is keen to find out more
‘Healthy eating’, ‘fitness’, ‘wellness’; all words that student nurses are well aware of, but how easy is it to maintain your own healthy lifestyle as a student nurse?
Louise had a clear plan of where she wanted to work when she finished her course, so realising it wasn’t the area for her came as a shock.
Sometimes I wish I could just close my eyes, open them and all my work would be done.
Speaking out about poor care witnessed on placement takes courage; the fear of recrimination must be immense.
My second year hub placement is very different from my first year hub; it’s a fast-paced surgical ward and I was concerned at first that I would become lost on this placement, as I often doubt my abilities