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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

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…

17 May 2019

No single placement is alike and this could not be truer when considering my last placement on the Orthopedic Trauma ward at Peterborough City Hospital. I had already experienced a placement on an elective Orthopedic ward so I thought that I had some idea of what I was about to encounter..… Read more…

10 May 2019

Hi I’m Anna, a second year student midwife. Reaching that milestone of the halfway mark of my degree is quite exciting but scary at the same time. The last year and a half has flown by! Thinking back to when I was about to start university seems like a while ago now… Read more…

7 May 2019

My day starts with a coffee because, let's face it, it makes the morning that little bit easier. I wait for the allocation to arrive and check which bed space I have been allocated to today. Enthusiastically, after the caffeine has entered my bloodstream, I head to the first handover… Read more…

30 April 2019

Looking after a women’s mental health during her pregnancy and after giving birth is a big part of the midwife’s role in midwifery. A woman face a lot of changes during this time and midwives must ensure she is cared for and that her needs are met. Read more…

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