This year marks the first Student Leadership Programme Awards, held at the Royal College of Physicians in London and hosted by the Council of Deans for Health. The Student Leadership Programme Awards are an opportunity to reward the dedication and innovation of the 150 students who have completed the Student Leadership Programme to date.Read More
BSc (Hons) Nursing (Mental Health)
The European Network of Nursing in Higher Education (ENNE) brings together 14 European countries and is most famous for its annual intensive programme (IP). Each year, it’s hosted by a different member country. Last year it was Spain, this year it was Finland, and next year it will be Hungary.Read More
If there’s one thing you can guarantee in studying nursing, it’s variety! For this post, I wanted to show you the sorts of things that student nurses do on a typical day.
I started the day with breakaway training. Student nurses have a lot of mandatory training to complete, and breakaway teaches us how to protect ourselves if somebody starts behaving aggressively. It’s a lot of fun, potentially lifesaving and totally exhausting!Read More
Extracurricular activities are as much a part of university life as going to class and socialising. The Plymouth Award is designed to recognise extracurricular achievements across five areas: personal health and wellbeing, working life, volunteering, cultural and social awareness, and supporting the University community. It rewards things you’ve already done, and drives you to achieve more and go further. You receive your award at graduation, and it looks great on the CV.Read More