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22 April 2021

The prospect of going out on placement is incredibly exciting but can also be very nerve wracking. So, here’s a little overview of the placement application form, what you need to do to prepare for placement, and some top tips for during this time. Read more…

1 May 2018

Death and dying is a fact of life and, as nurses, something we can all expect to deal with at some point in our career. How do we manage this as a student nurse on placement? Read more…

29 June 2017

When studying Early Childhood at ARU, you have the option every year to take a placement module. You do not have to take this pathway and there are theoretical aspects of the same module. But for those who want to go on placement, here are my tips for making the most of it! Read more…

19 October 2015

So, you’ve made it through Year 1, attended all your ARDP days and passed the assessment. You are now deemed eligible to be sent out into the world to work with real live service users. Read more…

29 September 2015

So, you’ve made it through year one, attended all your ARDP days and passed the assessment. You are now deemed eligible to be sent out into the world to work with real live service users. Read more…

29 July 2015

As part of my second year I had the option to study abroad during either semester one or semester two. Most people who choose to do this module go to Spain and study at an allocated university for the semester; however this option is only available in semester two. Read more…

3 July 2014

Mae Ashmore is a student social worker; here, Mae blogs about her experiences on placement in a secondary school where she was involved with a family in need. Read more…

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