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Could you be the next Student Nursing Times editor? Applications now open!


Each year, we recruit four student nurses to be the faces of Student NT and to represent their branch of nursing. Applications are now open for student editors for 2015/16

We’re looking for four student nurse editors, one from each branch – mental health, learning disabilities, children’s and adult - who are studying nursing at a UK university. The successful applicants will represent their branch from September 2015 until September 2016.

You’ll add a whole host of skills to your CV, including writing and new media, making your job applications stand out from the crowd.

This isn’t a paid post but as Student Nurse Editor you’ll gain a FREE subscription to everything on Nursing Times, including access to the archive of over 4,500 double-blind peer reviewed articles and our brand new CPD learning units. We will offer you advice and support on writing for publication and help you to use your voice as editor to champion the causes that matter to you.

You will also be invited to the Student Nursing Times Awards in London.

Your main duty will be writing a monthly blog, on top of this you can use the role to interact with other nurses, seek and offer advice and lead the Student Nursing Times community. We are open to ideas and want you to make the role your own.

Interested? Use the form below to send your application!

Please note: your nursing course comes first. Although this role is not strenuous, it will inevitably increase your workload so we are hesitant to offer the role to students in their third year.

Please consider if you are realistically able to take on the extra workload without your grades suffering -we will ask you about this during the informal interview.

Please use the comments section below the form to ask any questions



Readers' comments (2)

  • Will you get an email confirming that you have received the application? Submitted mine on an old, slow computer and i'm worried it hasn't gone through.
    Thank you :)

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  • Fran Entwistle


    We don't send automatic emails when you apply however if you email me with your name I'll check that we've received your application.

    If you filled in the form and clicked 'submit' then I'm sure we will have.

    You can email me at


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