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7 May 2018

Moving on to university campus was possibly one of the most terrifying days I have ever experienced. Realising that I would have to cook, clean and be independent scared me, in case I did something wrong. Read more…

4 May 2018

Before university, I had never worked as a healthcare assistant or in a hospital before, so I was unsure about what to expect in my first placement on a ward. Here's what happened... Read more…

2 May 2018

One of the things students have to deal with when they start university is time management, including options for part-time work that fits around your studies. Read more…

1 May 2018

Death and dying is a fact of life and, as nurses, something we can all expect to deal with at some point in our career. How do we manage this as a student nurse on placement? Read more…

30 April 2018

Children will learn most through doing things themselves and being given the opportunity to experience different skills through play. It is important that children are given this opportunity because they are able to develop holistically. Read more…

30 April 2018

Skills days are designed to teach you the basics of midwifery practice before going out onto placement. It’s great to get involved, be hands-on and practice certain things. This blog gives you an insight into time spent in the skills labs. Read more…

9 March 2018

Ok let’s not pretend, in an ideal world I would’ve left college back in 2001 and begun my nurse training there and then. Let’s face it, it would have been far less complicated. Read more…

9 March 2018

Choosing a degree course was daunting and I carried out lots of research to see which course would suit me. I knew I wanted to come to university to open my own nursery later on in life or become a primary school teacher, so that was a start...! Read more…

9 March 2018

Hello all! My name is Kira and I am an adult nursing student at ARU. I live in Chelmsford and I am heavily involved with the University as a student ambassador and now a digital ambassador for our Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education. Read more…

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