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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…

19 November 2021

University is hard work. You are working towards a career you always aspired for. It requires long hours of reading, late hours writing essays and early morning lectures. Never mind the added hours for those of us in the healthcare sector. Placement hours, skills sessions… Read more…

6 September 2021

If you’re reading this, you are thinking of pursuing a career in Midwifery, have had an offer for your university choice or maybe you start your degree soon. Either way, congratulations! Welcome on board the crazy Midwifery rollercoaster. Read more…

11 August 2021

It’s no lie to say it’s been a tough year for everybody. But those who have been present working or studying within the NHS during these times can stand by me saying this was a complete challenge. Starting a degree during this time added a weight to the load. Read more…

3 August 2021

This year has been challenging for me but also extremely exciting. I have met some amazing nurses, tutors, friends, colleagues and patients who have uplifted me and guided me through this tough year… Read more…

20 May 2021

I am 18 months into my training as a Nursing Associate. This week I am halfway through my student placement in the Emergency Department. I have been on placement for 5 weeks and have a further 6 weeks to complete my placement. Read more…

20 May 2021

I currently work with the community nursing team as an HCA. The job involves supporting the nurses to provide care to our community patients. I work clinically with the patients and have attended various extended courses in wound care, skin care, medicine management and diabetic care… Read more…

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