Jess Doherty on why she’s grateful for her career in psychiatric nursing

Posted 14 Jan 2015

Jess is a psychiatric nurse who loves her job and is grateful for the opportunities and experiences it has given her. It’s changed her outlook on life and helped develop her appreciation of others. by Nurses.co.uk

An RMN puts the the 'P' into Psychiatric nursing

Posted 14 Jan 2015

Samantha Whittle is an RMN who thinks mental health nursing should still be called Psychiatric Nursing. Here’s her reason why…. by Nurses.co.uk

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Jess Doherty on why she’s grateful for her career in psychiatric nursing

Posted 14 Jan 2015

Jess is a psychiatric nurse who loves her job and is grateful for the opportunities and experiences it has given her. It’s changed her outlook on life and helped develop her appreciation of others. by Nurses.co.uk

An RMN puts the the 'P' into Psychiatric nursing

Posted 14 Jan 2015

Samantha Whittle is an RMN who thinks mental health nursing should still be called Psychiatric Nursing. Here’s her reason why…. by Nurses.co.uk

Registered nurse, Jess, finds inspiration from her dying patient

Posted 02 Jan 2015

“I held her hand as she told me stories. She knew she was never leaving her hospital bed and that she was dying. I feel blessed that my profession enabled me to be the one to be with her on her final night” by Nurses.co.uk

Sarah Dawkins: from nurse to consultant

Posted 09 Dec 2014

Sarah Dawkins practices as a nurse, teaches nursing and runs her own consultancy. Since stepping outside of her comfort zone in 2012, leaving her nursing job with the NHS to become a consultant, she hasn’t looked back. Here, Sarah explains how her nursing career has evolved. The journey she’s taken has earned her a second place in a national entrepreneur competition and visit to Number 10 to meet David Cameron. by Nurses.co.uk

Gabriela is a surgical ward nurse and this is her job

Posted 09 Dec 2014

We love this ‘day in the life’. It’s by Gabriela Parvu. In her own words she describes a typical day in her job as a nurse on a surgical ward in the hospital she works in. If you ever wanted to know what a ward nursing job is like, on a day-to-day basis…. this is it! And it ends on the three words we hear all the time (despite the stress, the emotion, the physical strain…)… “I love nursing”! by Nurses.co.uk