Reflecting on my lived experiences as a student learning to become a nurse during the pandemic takes me back to last year as a first-year. At this time, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) made...
‘Programme providers must ensure that students are supernumerary during all practice learning. Supernumerary means that the student will not, as part of their programme of preparation, be contracted...
The Government announced in its March budget a reduction in NHS funding and no allocation for a pay increase for nurses. We then found that the Government's recommendation to the Pay Review Body was...
FI is the term used to describe the inability to control the bowels (ICS, 2015). Benezech et al (2016) defined FI as the involuntary loss of flatus (wind) and/or solid or liquid stool through the anal...
Students are allocated to multidisciplinary breakout groups within which they can get to know each other, discuss the scenario and make a plan for assessment, treatment and management from each...
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