• 03 February 2021
  • 1 min read

Stay Organised At Nursing University With A Planner

  • Zara Zaman
    Adult Nurse
    • Mat Martin
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NHS Nurse, Zara, explains why Student Nurses should get a planner! You're going to have to balance so many elements: placement, exams, essays. Get ORGANISED! TOP TIP - only have one planner!

Hello everyone. I'm back here with another video.

In today's video I'm going to be speaking about the importance of keeping organized at university.

And as a nursing student, you're going to have to balance so many different elements to your course placement, exams, essays, and so on a really good way to keep organized is investing in a really good planner.

The most important thing is to invest in only one planner find, avoid having a plan, a separate for university and separate for placements.

I really recommend investing in a really small planner like this one.

This is the one that I use as a student nurse.

It's a very small compact planner having a small diary, both for placements and for university means that I can put, put essay deadlines in there as well as key placement dates as well.

So yes, definitely invest in a really good planner.

It is absolutely a necessity as a student nurse.

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  • Zara Zaman
    Adult Nurse

My name is Zara and I am a NHS Registered Nurse. I am a Surgical Nurse by background and was recently redeployed to an Intensive Care Unit to care for Covid-19 patients. I am now a trained mentor and actually supervising Student Nurses going into practice.

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  • Zara Zaman
    Adult Nurse

About the author

  • Zara Zaman
    Adult Nurse

My name is Zara and I am a NHS Registered Nurse. I am a Surgical Nurse by background and was recently redeployed to an Intensive Care Unit to care for Covid-19 patients. I am now a trained mentor and actually supervising Student Nurses going into practice.

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