Nurses need to counteract the anti-vaccination movement’s propaganda
Good communication is vital in assessing paediatric early warning systems
Chris Steele on how his personal experiences are used to enhance his caregiving
Selling yourself in job applications is not as daunting as you may think
Bespoke training could benefit students and children with learning disabilities
Hearing about nursing practice from students who have travelled abroad has left Chris Steele wanting to know more
Liverpool John Moores University children's nursing student Hayley Moran reflects on her placement in an emergency department
Queen's University Belfast children's nursing student Lynsey Wilgaus, a finalist from the NCYP Student Voice competition, reflects on watching nurses preserve a baby's dignity at first breath.
Salford University child health student Ryan Jones, a finalist from the NCYP Student Voice competition, tells us his experience of nursing a terminally ill child.
Presenting can help you develop critical thinking skills as a nursing student, and here's how to prepare for public speaking
Student Voice competition finalist Bethany Smith on overcoming anxiety to support a ‘good death’
Nurses and nursing students with dyslexia and dyspraxia make a valuable contribution to care, says Kerry Pace.
Online lectures and lessons are now the norm, but can our clinical skills meet expectations?
I’m entering my second year as a nursing student with no experience of a hospital ward
We need to re-evaluate how we support and assess students with a specific learning difficulty
Reassurance and support from healthcare professionals, universities and our peers is vital
Communication problems are not uncommon when people with complex needs are admitted to hospital, and one nursing student is creating a toolkit that will include tips from specialists and signposting to additional support
Watching a surgeon replace a young patient’s heart valves helped children’s nursing student Ewout van Sabben appreciate the valuable role played by theatre nurses.
Caring for a young teenager reminded children's nursing student Harriet Pollard why taking care of the emotional well-being of children and young people is equally as important as addressing their physical health needs.
Caring for a patient with a severe brain injury taught Lauren Stafford the importance of tailoring your communication.
Esiri Ohwovoriole learned to share the load as her nursing responsibilities increased in line with her experience
Spending time providing a patient with simple reassurance can be as exciting as any other aspect of nursing
Involving children and young people in the recruitment process can bring equal rewards for both patients and staff, says postgraduate children’s nursing student Sarah Ball, who was interviewed by a children’s panel for her first nursing post.