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Imposter syndrome is commonly experienced by nurses at different stages of their professional development. Open discussion of self-confidence issues may help combat it
Northampton General Hospital Trust uses a placement model that encourages students to support each other and shares the responsibility of practice learning among the whole team
The Nursing and Midwifery Council has published new standards on nurse and midwifery proficiency and education. This article outlines what will change in terms of student nurse supervision and assessment
Newly qualified nurses and midwives will be mentored by recently retired NHS staff, under a pilot scheme due to launch in Scotland next year.
An initiative that established peer mentoring between third-year and first-year student nurses had a positive impact on confidence and communication in both groups
Outstanding student nurses and their educators have been celebrated today at a glittering ceremony in London.
Newly qualified nurses need better support in their first job if workforce retention is to improve, according to interim findings from a major new study.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council has rowed back on its proposal to not set any competency standards for nurses and midwives who will assess students on practice placements.
Experienced nurses nearing retirement are being employed full-time to help support and mentor newly qualified staff, under a pilot scheme intended to boost retention rates at a hospital trust on the London and Essex border.
Find out if you, someone you know, or your university or trust is in the running to win a prize at this year’s Student Nursing Times Awards.