On Monday 18th decemeber 2017 at 10:00am I went to an event held by the university called: Know Your Organs. The university did not disappoint. This event was an extra few days put on and run by our lecturers; something they did not have to do but they did. To enhance our learning. They saw something … More The student nurse – Know Your Organs event
My new Vlog has been uploaded. I thought I’d share some interview advice and tips for any new students out there. Hope it’s helpful to someone 🙂 Enjoy! Link: The student nurse – Interviews Vlog
It is 100% official, I have finished first year with flying colours and enrolled ready for my second year starting 15th January 2018! How exciting?! I thought I would write my top tips for any new students out there. Some things I have learnt along the way that may help you? Somethings I wish I … More Ten Top Tips for student nurses
I thought I would do a very personal blog. Mainly because, as health professionals we know our patients inside out. But do they know us? Really know us? We know everything about our patients’ history, we know where they live, who they live with, medical history, what they ate for breakfast, what type of faeces … More Getting to know you, getting to know me…
Words can not express how excited, honoured and proud I am right now; a million and one feelings all rolled into one. Firstly, I need to thank the Placement allocations team for giving me my dream placement for next year: GP surgery. I am so privilaged to have got my first choice of placement. The … More General Practice Nursing Opportunity
Well here we are, we have come to the end of my first year. I have a mixed bag of emotions going on, of happiness, excited and sadness. The first year has been so jam packed, non stop, full of fun, laughter and tears. Let’s have an overview of my whole year… brace yourselves…. At … More And that’s a wrap folks
I wanted to write a bit (turned into an essay haha) about the 6 C’s of nursing and how important they are. It seems that some nurses may of lost their way, lost their motivaiton and love for the role of the nurse. With the tough times of staff shortages, cuts and paycap, I can … More The 6 C’s of Nursing
I have discovered that, the most nerve wrecking time is the day of my results! I tossed and turned all night, I woke early keen for my results, even earlier than my 4.30am alarm ready for placement. I have spent the past weeks, excited about these results, and felt very confident that I had passed. … More Results day – Friday the 13th….
Very late post here! It’s been a very busy week for me, but that’s a separate blog. Firstly, exam, it’s over with and I’m not sure if I’m glad it’s over and done now or if I’m a little sad in my heart about it. I’ve really enjoyed this module a lot! Favourite so … More Exam week
I have just proudly become a Student Information Officer for the RCN! I wanted to share how incredible our RCN is. The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) are fantastic. Created in 1916; they are the worlds largest union and professional body for nurses, including us students in the UK and internationally. “I’m proud of the … More The Importance of the RCN.