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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…

29 November 2017

Child Nursing student Jade Skerritt reflects on her placement in Nepal, where she developed her skills by working on paediatric and maternity wards in rural and built-up areas of the Himalaya. Read more…

19 June 2017

This week I want to share with you an average week on placement, to try and demonstrate how to keep a uni-life balance. I am currently placed in the community, to meet the number of hours you need to complete four short days (8am–4pm) per week. Read more…

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