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6 September 2022

Louise describes what happens in the Skills Lab for nursing. Read more…

6 September 2022

Before university, I had never worked in a hospital or health care environment before, so I was unsure about what to expect from my placements. Along the way I saw some things I was expecting and some aspects of nursing I didn’t expect, so here is what I would have told myself before starting: Read more…

14 April 2022

As a Mental Health Nursing student at ARU in Chelmsford we get access to some awesome facilities. A lot of my time is spent in the William Harvey building, the University’s library, and the student’s union, so I thought I’d share my favourite on-campus facilities with you below. Read more…

11 April 2022

Midwifery is a very skilful profession, requiring us to determine the well-being of both mum and baby through these skills. In ARU, we are lucky to have extremely realistic props and equipment to prepare us best for placement. Read more…

28 March 2022

Ahh, placements. If you didn’t already know, throughout the Nursing degree you will have several placements. Some you must “pass,” others will be insight placements so you can get a little look at other departments in and outside of the hospital… Read more…

19 November 2021

Midwifery, what a phenomenal career to work in. Being welcomed in to such a monumental moment for families, that they will go on to never forget. Every birth witnessed becomes more and more magical… Read more…

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