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STUDENT LIFE

'Why we think you should apply to be a student nurse editor'

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Our current student nurse editors for mental health nursing and learning disabilities nursing let you know why you should apply to replace them

'Why we think you should apply to be a student nurse editor'

“Being the mental health editor for Student Nursing Times has been a great experience. As well as being part of an esteemed nursing publication, I had the amazing opportunity of being involved in the Student Nursing Times Awards where I met so many inspiring professionals. It was a day that I will never forget. As well as being able to network with different nurses across the UK, writing for Student Nursing Times has allowed to me to develop my reflective skills and learn from others’ opinions as well as formulating my own. I cannot recommend applying for the role enough, it has been a really valuable experience that has helped me with my clinical practice and academic achievements.”

Natalie Moore is the mental health branch student nurse editor for Student Nursing Times

 

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“Being one the Student editors has been an absolute privilege; not only have I gained confidence in my writing, networking and tweeting skills, I have gained an overall confidence in myself. I have attended glitzy events; sat and chatted to some amazing nurses (I am still star struck at being sat on a table with The Nursing Times lifetime achievement award winner Professor June Andrews). And I got these amazing opportunities just for writing a few hundred words about a subject that I was interested in every couple of weeks; what are you waiting for, get applying!”

Michelle Parker is the learning disabilities branch student nurse editor for Student Nursing Times

 

 

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