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1 April 2020

Being productive can be a challenge, especially during times like these when we're social distancing and our usual daily routines get thrown up into the air. But fear not, here are my tips for getting motivated! Read more…

5 March 2020

Starting a degree can be intimidating, especially with so many books out there to choose from. You will get free access to some core texts online via the university once you’ve joined… Read more…

24 February 2020

As I have progressed into my final year of my nursing degree (eek!) I have developed my awareness of the importance of leadership, management and interlinking these fundamental aspects into one. Read more…

6 February 2020

As a postgraduate student, most of my class was made up of mature students who were returning to education after a long break. Many of them also work full-time and fit studies in around their job. I'd come straight from my bachelors degree so making friends felt a bit daunting. Read more…

3 February 2020

Throughout my time as a nursing student I have witnessed technology becoming more prevalent and vital to all healthcare professions. And on campus too, it's supporting our learning. Read more…

20 January 2020

If you've attended an Open Day or looked at the course page for midwifery, you will have seen that we study a number of modules over three years. Here's my insider's guide to the modules' content. Read more…

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