• 13 April 2021
  • 1 min read

Stay Organised At University With A Planner

  • Zara Zaman
    Adult Nurse
    • Mat Martin
    • Richard Gill
    • Aubrey Hollebon
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Play video: "Try and avoid having a planner separate for university and separate for placement."

Nurse Zara, gives a quick explainer on the benefits of keeping yourself organised with a planner and why its a necessity as a Student Nurse.

Hello, everyone.

It’s nurse Zara here, one of the nursing contributions for nurses.co.uk, back here with another video.

In today's video, I'm gonna be speaking about the importance of keeping organised at university and as a nursing student.

As a nursing student, you're gonna have to balance so many different elements through your course, placements, exams, essays, and so on.

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A really good way to keep organised is investing in a really good planner.

The most important thing is to invest in only one planner.

Try and avoid having a planner separate for university and separate for placement.

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 important 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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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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  • 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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