This year, Learning Disability Awareness Week took place between 18th and 24th June. To celebrate, my cohort of third year learning disability nursing students had arranged in a variety of activities to promote awareness. Monday We uploaded a video of us singing and signing along to ‘This Is Me’ from the film The Greatest Showman.… Continue reading Reflections from Learning Disability Awareness Week 2018
When you’re looking for a NQN job or if you’re waiting to start a job you’ve already secured then there can be a certain level of anxiety about your upcoming preceptorship. I can certainly say that had a creeping level of uneasiness as I was waiting for my exam board & my NMC registration letter… Continue reading Preceptorship Part 3- Experiences of Preceptorship.
Application and interview tips So, you’re due to qualify soon and have found the perfect preceptorship role to apply for. But what about those complicated forms? How do you prepare for the interview? What questions might they ask you? I was told that my preceptorship job interview would be the easiest job interview I’d have… Continue reading Preceptorship: Part 2
What is preceptorship? When you start your final year as a student nurse you’ll probably be aware of just how soon you’ll be beginning life as a qualified nurse and you’ll be starting to look for jobs. There is so much to consider; do you want to work in the NHS or private sector? Community… Continue reading Preceptorship: Part 1
In recent times, the NHS Pay Offer has been released. We are not going to say how we think people should vote. However, we at StNP do feel that all healthcare workers should be politically active, just as Ewout’s blog describes. We feel that all staff should read through the offer and look at what… Continue reading Students and the NHS Pay Offer