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Announcing this year’s editors of Student Nursing Times

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This year’s Student Nursing Times editors will soon be writing about their experiences and views exclusively for you.

As ever, competition was hard, but we have selected six student editors from all the entries that were submitted over the summer.

Among the chosen six are two adult nursing students, two from mental health, one from learning disabilities and one children’s nursing student. They are Kate Forsyth and Craig Davidson, Felicity Allman and Parveen Madhewoo, and Ian Unitt and Holly Veness.

To read more about them, visit our editors landing page or click on the links in the list below to see each of their biographies.

  • Felicity Allman – Third year, mental health nursing, University of Plymouth
  • Craig Davidson – Third year, adult nursing, Glasgow Caledonian University
  • Kate Forsyth – Third year, adult nursing, King’s College, London
  • Parveen Madhewoo – Second year, mental health nursing, University of Wolverhampton
  • Ian Unitt – Third year, learning disability nursing, University of Wolverhampton
  • Holly Veness – Third year, children’s nursing, University of Birmingham

Then, over the coming months, look out for their regular blogs – one of which will be published each week on Student Nursing Times.

Expect thoughts on policies affecting education, descriptions of what it is like being a student at different stages of courses and in various parts of the country, as well as general sharing of views and experiences.

You can also engage with their views through responding to their articles in the comment box at the bottom of the page and find out more about what they think by following them on social media.

This time next year, we will be looking for a fresh group of students to become editors.

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