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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

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…

9 March 2018

When I came to the end of school, I still was not sure what career I wanted to pursue. However, I had always wanted a career that was rewarding and enabled me to make a difference to other people’s lives. Read more…

12 January 2018

Nursing has always been a predominant profession in my family. I have been bought up surrounded by people who have inspired me to want to become a nurse. Read more…

11 January 2018

I’ve come a long way since I trained as a mental health nurse in 1983. Nursing has led me to a career in therapy, lecturing and research. It’s an interesting ride. Read more…

1 December 2017

I initially went to university elsewhere to study English literature and philosophy. But I decided I wanted to apply myself to something care-orientated, where I could make a difference to people’s lives. With this in mind, I applied to be a student mental health nurse at Anglia Ruskin. Read more…

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