‘This practice does not feel or seem right’ on placement

Placement is one of the highlights of student nursing. The chance to experience a setting you may never otherwise have been exposed to, have a designated supervisor to ask your millions of questions to (along with other fabulous members of staff, of course!), witness great practice and learn loads of skills and life lessons you … Continue reading ‘This practice does not feel or seem right’ on placement

Mental Health drop-in with Jacquie White

Dr Jacquie White, Senior Lecturer in Mental Health, Mental Health Strategy Lead at the University of Hull and ‘Wearer of Many Hats’, recently offered members of Hull University Nursing Society and student nurses her time to provide a drop in to chat or answer any questions. She bravely gave student nurses the opportunity to ask … Continue reading Mental Health drop-in with Jacquie White

Placements in a nutshell – A brief resume of placements as a Mental Health Nursing Student.

When I was asked to write this blog I was not really sure where to start but I have decided to keep it plain and simple and will just try to pass on some lessons I have learnt as I continue my journey towards the ultimate goal of becoming a mental health nurse.  As I … Continue reading Placements in a nutshell – A brief resume of placements as a Mental Health Nursing Student.

Staff Member of the Semester – Debbie Crickmore

Within the Hull University Nursing Society, we recognise the often herculean effort that staff members put into their day-to-day jobs and the support they give us as students. We wanted a way to recognise staff within the university that have been second to none in their roles, that have either taught, supported or otherwise helped … Continue reading Staff Member of the Semester – Debbie Crickmore