Latest newsletter for students

Published on 26 February 2021

We’ve published our latest quarterly newsletter for students

Our students’ newsletter contains a lead article about our new recovery standard. Student nurses can learn in simulated environments for up to 300 hours where conventional clinical practice isn’t available. We hope this will help nursing students to qualify in a timely way.

What else can I expect when I read the students’ newsletter?

Readers will also find information about the reintroduction of our emergency standards, the extension of our temporary register and guidance about Covid-19 vaccines. There are insightful articles from nursing associates (NAs) Dennis Manginsay and John Podmore to mark two years since NAs joined our register. We also spoke to Donna Jones, a midwifery student who told us about how she looks after her mental wellbeing, and Jane Perry who imparted some advice for students who are adapting to changes in their education.  

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