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I've been so privileged to work alongside such passionate mentors in practice and such amazing role models at university, and it's with the help of these amazing teachers that I've come so far
- Sophie, BSc (Hons) Midwifery  
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3 September 2015

Being an organised person, I often find myself being so prepared with assignments that I have drafts of them a couple of weeks before the hand-in date. This is great in many ways as it allows me to be able to get feedback from my lecturers about what I could improve upon or change… Read more…

5 March 2015

My last placement was on a midwife-led care unit which was my best placement so far; the unit allows women that have had a low-risk pregnancy a normal physiological birth in a calm and homely atmosphere. Read more…

17 November 2014

What a jam-packed couple of months I have had; if anyone tells you that third year is all about relaxing and coasting through the year, they are lying through their teeth! Read more…

3 July 2014

Mae Ashmore is a student social worker; here, Mae blogs about her experiences on placement in a secondary school where she was involved with a family in need. Read more…

4 April 2014

My first placement of the second year is now complete; therefore it is time to reflect upon what I have learnt over the last two months. Read more…

6 February 2014

So, this month in my life as a children’s nurse I have found myself taking part in some extra-curricular, subject-related activities! On 29 January I attended Dr Joyce Forge’s presentation of her PhD thesis, which focused on the importance of A&E record-keeping in order to safeguard children. Read more…

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