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6 September 2021

If you’re reading this, you are thinking of pursuing a career in Midwifery, have had an offer for your university choice or maybe you start your degree soon. Either way, congratulations! Welcome on board the crazy Midwifery rollercoaster. Read more…

1 September 2021

Oh my goodness my head is spinning! What they forget to tell you when you move into scrub is that you need to learn a completely new language: the language of surgical instruments. Read more…

20 August 2021

This week has been my final week in placement and the final year of being a first-year student, I can’t believe how quickly the year has gone. It seems like only a few months ago that I was researching university courses and putting my UCAS application in for ARU – just scary! Anyway… Read more…

11 August 2021

It’s no lie to say it’s been a tough year for everybody. But those who have been present working or studying within the NHS during these times can stand by me saying this was a complete challenge. Starting a degree during this time added a weight to the load. Read more…

3 August 2021

This year has been challenging for me but also extremely exciting. I have met some amazing nurses, tutors, friends, colleagues and patients who have uplifted me and guided me through this tough year… Read more…

24 July 2021

So this week was the last week of university lectures and I’m really going to miss seeing everyone. After lectures, a few of us always visit the university cafe together for something to eat and to swap stories and since the weather’s been warm… Read more…

22 June 2021

The Day in the Life of a Primary Education Student (Accelerated) I recently got the opportunity to meet those joining the course for September 2021 during an Applicant Day; many had queries and questions about the structure of a day and the workload on the Accelerated course. Read more…

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