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4 February 2019

Placements are a big part of my child nursing course. So far, I would say that my favourite placement has been the Paediatric Accident and Emergency (A&E) department. Read more…

14 January 2019

Whilst many of us spend Christmas day by the lovely warm fireplace, opening lots of presents and smelling the turkey cooking in the oven, hundreds of children and young people face being in hospital. They battle a range of complex illnesses and new challenges… Read more…

11 January 2019

The whole of December was a build up to a huge climax towards Xmas and New Year and many were probably living life at 100mph with all the excitement of Christmas shopping, getting gifts and looking forward to spending some quality time with family… Read more…

18 December 2018

University has been one of the most challenging, yet rewarding experiences I have ever faced. And at ARU, there are lots of places student can go for support. Read more…

18 December 2018

So when you think about a library you might think the same as I did. Boring? Old fashioned? Silent? Well, I have to admit the library here at ARU is so different to what I thought it would be. Read more…

18 December 2018

There are a variety of ways that child nursing students learn the skills we need before we going out into our placement settings. One of most practical ways we learn is through our skills labs. Read more…

12 December 2018

In first year we all get a chance to experience different placements. We all have a community placement, a postnatal placement and a labour placement. Labour placements are usually split into high risk units and low risk birthing units. Read more…

2 November 2018

This is usually the question that dominates conversation when talking to new or prospective students. The answer is not straightforward because no placement is the same. Read more…

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