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Sarah Suddick

Sarah Suddick




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  • Comment on: What makes a good handover?

    Sarah Suddick's comment 12 October, 2014 5:35 pm

    Become familiar with SBAR (situation, background, assessment and recommendation) and use this for any handover as a way to share vital patient information in a way that is precise and accurate

  • Comment on: ‘I failed first year – should I find another career?’

    Sarah Suddick's comment 5 September, 2014 8:08 am

    What support have uni given you? Does the library offer courses on online help? Are you able to see essays written and submitted by others so you can see what is expected? Can anyone help you with proof reading? If it's Harvard referencing you're required to use there's an online site:
    Which is useful.

    When I'm writing essays I highlight any quotes in red and worry about referencing these when I have finished. Once I've done a reference for the quote I turn it back to black.

  • Comment on: 'I'm starting to doubt if nursing is the right career for me'

    Sarah Suddick's comment 5 September, 2014 8:02 am

    First I would like to tell you, congratulations on getting to your third year. Secondly, its perfectly natural to feel this way. Why not write down all the reasons you can think of about why you wanted to be a nurse and then write down why you think you don't want to do it any more. That'll help you see what's happening to make you feel this way. If you do decide it's not for you please do finish your final year so you have the qualification, if you you may regret it in the future. Good luck