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3 June 2019

What I enjoy most about my role at ARU is encouraging my students to reach their potential and develop their own self-belief. I advance their perceptions of the field of nutritional science, and where they fit into the industry. Read more…

28 May 2019

A cadaver is a human body that has been donated by a deceased individual to be used by medical students and professionals to further their knowledge of the human anatomy. At ARU Medical school… Read more…

17 May 2019

No single placement is alike and this could not be truer when considering my last placement on the Orthopedic Trauma ward at Peterborough City Hospital. I had already experienced a placement on an elective Orthopedic ward so I thought that I had some idea of what I was about to encounter..… Read more…

10 May 2019

Hi I’m Anna, a second year student midwife. Reaching that milestone of the halfway mark of my degree is quite exciting but scary at the same time. The last year and a half has flown by! Thinking back to when I was about to start university seems like a while ago now… Read more…

7 May 2019

My day starts with a coffee because, let's face it, it makes the morning that little bit easier. I wait for the allocation to arrive and check which bed space I have been allocated to today. Enthusiastically, after the caffeine has entered my bloodstream, I head to the first handover… Read more…

7 May 2019

As a student ODP I spend most of my time on placement. I have been in Anaesthetics since January and will be there until the beginning of May. The anaesthetic room is where patients come to receive their anaesthetic before they are taken through to the operating theatre for their operation. Read more…

30 April 2019

Looking after a women’s mental health during her pregnancy and after giving birth is a big part of the midwife’s role in midwifery. A woman face a lot of changes during this time and midwives must ensure she is cared for and that her needs are met. Read more…

29 April 2019

I'm now halfway through my training as a student midwife and constantly asked by people “what's it like delivering babies!?” Of course being involved in the delivery of a healthy baby is amazing but it's really just a small part of what we do and it's not always as straight forward. Read more…

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