Awareness · Reflection · Skills · The StN Project

Restart a Heart Day – A Reflection

As nurses, we all know basic life support, its our bread and butter of emergency care. However, we are not the only people capable of doing it! We should never be complacent with basic life support, your refresher every year is important and shouldn’t be seen as a chore. If you suffer a cardiac arrest… Continue reading Restart a Heart Day – A Reflection

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My promise for 2019? To be more real.

Over the last twelve months of my student nursing career I think it’s fair to say I’ve achieved a fair bit. I started my second year volunteering for an RCN photoshoot for the ‘One of Us’ campaign and it all kinda snowballed from there. On a local level, at Uni, I flourished in the role… Continue reading My promise for 2019? To be more real.

Awareness · Motivation · NQN · Opinion pieces · The StN Project

Our New Year message to you

Wow! 2018 has been a momentous year for the Student Nurse Project! We continue to reach new heights as a project and are breaking previously unbroken ground. None of this could have happened without the team members of the project past & present. I am so grateful to each and every one of them got… Continue reading Our New Year message to you

Opinion pieces · student nurse · The StN Project

What does Christmas mean to you?

Merry Christmas everyone!    Following our wonderful tweet chat about how different religions celebrate festivals throughout the year we wanted to show you how we all celebrate Christmas. At the Student Nurse Project, we have a team who come from many walks of life, various up bringing's and different religions.   Firstly, here is a list of… Continue reading What does Christmas mean to you?

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“Transformation through Mentorship” – PreChat guest blog

During this partnership between Phi Mu Chapter of Sigma and The Student Nurse Project, I’d like to share with everyone President Tigges’ Call to Action: Connect, Collaborate and Catalyse. These link so beautifully with some of the NHS Horizons  30-day challenges and with this partnership in which we plan to host a series of tweet chats,… Continue reading “Transformation through Mentorship” – PreChat guest blog

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24 Days of Balance

Placement to get to, presents to buy, assignments to finish, exams to revise for, kids to look after, care plans to write, family time needed, lights to put up, trees to decorate, literature to read, bank shifts to do, wrapping paper to buy, lectures to attend, risk assessments to start, medication exams every week and… Continue reading 24 Days of Balance

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“Collaboration as an Essential Leadership Skill” – PreChat guest blog

During this partnership between Phi Mu Chapter of Sigma and The Student Nurse Project, I’d like to share with everyone President Tigges’ Call to Action: Connect, Collaborate and Catalyse. These link so beautifully with some of the NHS Horizons  30-day challenges and with this partnership in which we plan to host a series of tweet chats,… Continue reading “Collaboration as an Essential Leadership Skill” – PreChat guest blog

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Compassion and creativity – the art of nursing

Throughout my life, compassion and creativity have formed the foundations of who I am and who I strive to be. Whilst I recognise I may be a jumble of many other things too, these, for me are the most important and the elements of myself that have (I believe) led me to nursing.  I grew… Continue reading Compassion and creativity – the art of nursing

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Assignment Tips

One thing I worried about before starting university was assignments and how to even write them! I wasn’t academic at all and this was causing me a lot of anxiety for starting off. Firstly, don’t panic! It’s not as bad as it all seems honestly. I didn’t have a clue to start with, my assignment… Continue reading Assignment Tips