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21 April 2017

I’ve been at ARU for a few months now, so am still finding my feet with University life. As an Adult Nurse, my university experience is probably a bit different to regular students, but I reckon I’ve got some tips that would help anyone out, so here goes: Read more…

28 March 2017

As the New Year rolls in, it seems a fitting point to reflect on my time as a Children’s Nursing student so far. Already I am halfway through my training with just a year and a half to go until I am qualified. Read more…

30 November 2016

I have been a mum for over 23 years now, and have loved every minute of it. I have four children and I was there for them from the day they were born. But as they got older and more independent, I started to think about what I would do in the future in terms of employment… Read more…

17 November 2016

When I embarked on my A Levels, I decided to study adult nursing. My main reason for wanting to be a nurse was due to my fascination in the amazing care and support nurses give to patients. This feeling started when my aunty got admitted to hospital due to a lung tumour. Read more…

9 November 2016

As the apprehension mounts about what lies ahead of me, I am both worried and excited. Throughout my first two years of training I have experienced many joyful moments, moments of personal triumph and some times when I felt I was not good enough. Read more…

27 June 2016

The £1,000,000 question… Why did you want to become a midwife? This is a question I am asked more commonly than any other. It was a question that used to plague me in my application days out of fear that my answer was not good enough. Read more…

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