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5 February 2018

It has been rather a long time since I wrote a blog post as I've had surgery. I'm sure that the experience of being a patient will help me, as a paramedic, to really connect to my future patients. Read more…

20 January 2018

The start of 2018 signifies the halfway point in my three-year degree. Another 18 months and I’ll have graduated and been working as a newly qualified paramedic – scary stuff! Read more…

11 January 2018

The prospect of revising for an anatomy exam is daunting, but I managed to adapt a way of thinking to aid me in learning anatomy in an effective way. Here are my tips. Read more…

11 January 2018

I live in the Student Village in Chelmsford whilst studying BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science, and I am currently a Residential Assistant there. It's a role I love. Read more…

4 January 2018

As Digital Ambassadors, we often get asked which device is more suitable for university life. It goes without saying that it depends on the subject or individual preference (I have to admit, I’m still a paper and pen kind of girl!) but there are benefits to using both… Read more…

18 December 2017

The bags under my eyes may be getting darker than the winter night sky but I can finally say that I’ve reached the halfway point in placement! Read more…

9 November 2017

During my summer break, I jetted off to Canada for a well-deserved rest before starting my second year at ARU. Attention! This blog post contains images that may cause distress and are of a sensitive nature. Read more…

12 September 2017

As part of my course I have to complete a set amount of volunteering hours. However, I've enjoyed it so much that I now volunteer every week at Sanctus Homeless Café in Chelmsford. Read more…

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