Tag Archives: children

I quite like the concept of social prescription.

I was lucky enough to attend the College of Medicine Summer School at UEA earlier in September. I had never been to a conference before that lasted longer than a day (and I got to stay in student accommodation so … Continue reading

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Student nurse roles on the ward – engaging with the whole team.

I have just finished my first week on a placement I wasn’t really looking forward to but am happy to say that it is way better than I thought it would be. It is a slightly slower pace on this … Continue reading

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Perceptions of disability

Having worked with children with varying degrees of special needs, from mental health to those with profound and multiple learning disabilities, I have come across many different reactions when out in public. It’s alien to me that people can react … Continue reading

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