Clinical placements are a valuable part of nursing students' training so take advantage of all the opportunities
Nursing student Sabrina Ffrench won a community nursing award from the Cavell Nurses’ Trust in June. She talks to Lynne Pearce about the award and why students should make the most of their opportunities.
Following a 12-week placement as a community nurse, Hattie Domagala explains why team support can really matter in lone working
One nursing student is coordinating a network of support for vulnerable community members
A nursing student describes volunteering at a refugee camp and reflects on what she learned
A service user’s chlamydia diagnosis taught me lessons about disclosure and breach of trust
Marie Stopes UK says placements can help nursing students understand non-judgemental care
Working in this environment means really getting to know your patients, says Elizabeth Spence
A police custody suite offers many opportunities to learn about person-centred care
Working with an inspirational community mental health nurse gave nursing student Robyn Ambrose the confidence to challenge those who express negative views about mental illness.
QNI's Crystal Oldman on why the community is the perfect place to start your nursing career
Caring for homeless people requires a complex set of skills that can enable nurses to reach out to those who are often excluded from the healthcare system, says Jane Morton.