Do you feel confident that when you qualify you will have all the skills you need to work as a nurse?
Nurse education is constantly changing - from years ago when nurses trained entirely in hospitals, to the current practice of students spending 50% of their course on placement and 50% in the classroom.
As important as it is to learn the theory behind practice, do you feel you’re missing out on vital clinical skills that you then need to learn post-qualifying?
— Katy Garland (@StudentNurseKG) June 21, 2013
#SNTtwitchatPersonal reflection and learning in areas you haven’t had an experience in is important.We can learn a lot independently.
— Rachel Anne (@ColdbeckR) June 21, 2013
— Adam Miller (@TheMillerad) June 21, 2013
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