Zoe Butler on what winning the student category in last year’s RCNi awards has meant to her
It's been a rollercoaster start but Zoe Butler knows she has the foundation to succeed
RCNi student of the year tells Prince Charles of nursing’s challenges and rewards
In the latest of her series of regular updates, RCNi nursing student of the year Zoe Butler reflects on the challenges and successes of her first six months as a staff nurse
RCNi Nurse Awards 2018 is open for entries, and here the 2017 student category winner Zoe Butler describes her experience and encourages nursing students to enter
In the latest of her series of regular updates, RCNi nursing student of the year Zoe Butler discusses mistakes – how to deal with them and what to do to avoid them happening again
In the second of a series of regular updates, RCNi nursing student of the year Zoe Butler discusses effective leadership, and why being a ‘quiet’ leader is no bad thing.
In the first of a series of regular updates, RCNi nursing student of the year Zoe Butler explains how taking on too much responsibility led to a sudden loss of confidence, and why it is so important that graduate nurses are supported in the workplace.
In a guest editorial for Nursing Standard’s student special issue, Zoe Butler says that despite many challenges, today’s students share the privilege of being part of a compassionate profession
Zoe Butler’s innovative project to address the 'hot potato' of mental health issues in young people saw her crowned winner of Andrew Parker Student Nurse Award at the 2017 RCNi Awards.