Nursing studies

Where would you turn for peer support as a nursing student?

Being part of your university’s nursing society is a chance to learn and support others
Bangor University nursing society representatives presenting a donation cheque to a local hospice

Being part of your university’s nursing society is a chance to develop new skills and support your community

Peer support is invaluable while undertaking a nursing degree. An environment in which people feel able to discuss their feelings and experiences can empower nursing students, helping them connect with others with similar values and aspirations.

The nursing society at Bangor University is run entirely by students. When we joined the society in our second year of training, not only did we want to represent nursing students, we wanted to create a robust support system that also provided educational opportunities.

We also wanted to improve the perception of nursing in the local community, showing the values, compassion and professionalism of those providing care to those who need it.

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