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11 May 2016

With 12 May fast approaching, I know I, and many around me, will be showing our pride for our jobs as much as we can. Read more…

24 August 2015

Coming onto the Adult Nursing course, one of the biggest questions on my mind at the time was ‘How am I going to manage a full-time course with placement when I have a child?&rsquo… Read more…

28 April 2015

I cannot believe that I have completed my first year of nursing and am now getting well and truly stuck into my second year. Read more…

17 April 2015

Leah Milne is a 3rd year Adult Nursing student based at our Cambridge campus. Here she gives an account of the Stop the Pressure campaign that will be happening on 5 June 2015. Read more…

29 January 2015

So what’s happened since the last time I blogged… and yes I’m aware it’s been a while, university work and bank shifts have taken over my life! Read more…

6 May 2014

Get familiar with anatomy and physiology! Whether or not you buy an A&P book and start studying, or just familiarise yourself with the human body in general, trust me when I say that it will serve you well for starting the first module… Read more…

16 April 2014

I’ve always wanted to be a nurse. I think that having to care for a member of my family from a young age set me up to head into the caring profession, but it was well and truly sealed for me when I was taken care of by some amazing nurses while I was pregnant with my daughter. Read more…

3 February 2014

When you finally get to your management placement you think: 'This is it the last one before I become a qualified nurse'; but this placement is probably one of the most challenging you will have. Read more…

24 January 2014

I have found that writing my dissertation has been one of the most challenging assignments during the past three years: synopsis, literature search, aaaarrgghh!! Read more…

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