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11 June 2019

At the start of my final year, I was lucky enough to be able to go back to the children’s ward that I had my first placement on as a student nurse. I found this very exciting as it meant that I would be able to see how I have developed since my first year… Read more…

5 June 2019

Hi! My name is Lauren and I am currently a first-year student studying Operating Department Practice, here at the ARU Chelmsford Campus. Read more…

5 June 2019

I graduated from ARU a few months ago and am currently employed by private medical companies in the London area working as a Paramedic. These bank shifts enable me to maintain my skillset… Read more…

5 June 2019

I work at Basildon Hospital as an emergency staff nurse. I love the rush and the variety in the job. Gaining skills in all different areas with so many different illnesses is an amazing opportunity… Read more…

5 June 2019

As the end of your training nears, most nursing students will start to consider applying for jobs around 6 months before qualification and the university will definitely have this in mind and will be providing information and advice leading up to this time… Read more…

5 June 2019

As I begin my final placement as a student and my training comes to a close, I am left reflecting on what my journey as a student nurse has meant to me and how far I have come, both as a nurse and as a person. Over these 3 years I have definitely changed - I am more confident… Read more…

5 June 2019

From the end of your second year as a nursing student, your personal tutors and lecturers will start to discuss the big one - your undergraduate major project, otherwise known as your dissertation… Read more…

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…

3 June 2019

25% of adults and 10% of children suffer a mental health illness according to the National Health Service (NHS) and the mental health awareness week in the UK takes place in May. Personally, I never fully understood the definition of health as given by the World Health Organization (WHO), until now… 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…

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