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Well-being for nursing students: a new ShinyMind app

The popularity of the nurse well-being app ShinyMind has inspired a new version that will focus on challenges for students and offer personalised support

The popularity of the nurse well-being app ShinyMind has inspired a new version that will focus on challenges for students and offer personalised support

With as many as one in three nursing students leaving their course before they complete it, a new app will offer personalised support to those who are struggling.

Co-created with input from universities and a diverse group of students from across England, the new ShinyMind app will be based on the existing version for nurses, midwives, nursing associates and healthcare support workers , which was launched in November 2022 and is free to use.

An app to support the whole nursing journey

Rebecca Howard

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