Posts about: April 17 newsletter

RCN International Education Conference 2017 Cardiff City Hall

5 April 2017

Joyce Smith and Melanie Rushton attended the RCN education conference in March. They presented a poster which highlighted findings from a study held with Nursing students from the Adult filed of practice on the Acute illness Management course (AIM). The Poster is now displayed on the second floor of Mary Seacole near the clinical skills labs. When you are next in take a look.

Hannah Smith a PRMA Sept 15 student

5 April 2017

Hannah visited the Houses of Parliament and writes about her experience

Student Nurse visit to the Houses of Parliament

Hannah Smith Sept 15 Pre Reg MA Nursing Student

When I was given the opportunity to be one of the first student leaders for the @WeNurses Twitter account in January 2016, I did not anticipate the opportunities that would come my way as a result. During the year spent in the role, I’ve been able to make connections with qualified and student nurses around the country, I’ve attended the Cavell Trust awards, and most recently, I was able to attend the Houses of Parliament! read more

3rd year Student Nurse (Adult) Prudence Mlambo Publishes in the Nursing Times!

5 April 2017

Congratulations to Prudence who published an article in the Nursing Times which focused on a holistic approach to care and the need to support the families of the patients we care for.

‘We talk about a holistic approach to care but often fail to provide comfort and support to the people that matter the most to patients; their families’

Please access it and have a read at the following link: read more

Welcome to the April 17 intake of Student Nurses

5 April 2017

A big Welcome to the new students nurses who have joined us this month. We all wish you the best of luck on your chosen nursing career pathway, and we are sure that you will enjoy being a student nurse.
Good Luck from all staff and students.

National Student Survey

23 December 2016

The National Student Survey

Thanks to all those March 14 and September 14 students who have completed the NSS survey. Latest figures have shown that there are still quite a few students who have not completed this really important survey. Please can you do this as soon as possible as it provides us with invaluable feedback and reflects the course on which you are studying.

The National Student Survey (NSS) is an independent national survey wdownloadhich  collects the opinions of  final year undergraduates on the quality of their courses. read more