‘If we can get through this, what can stop us?’

Mental health student nurse James Savage talks about working through the pandemic, getting the COVID-19 vaccine, and staying positive in difficult times

‘I wanted to stand up and improve things for myself and others’

New student member of RCN Council Shaun Williams shares the student causes he’s keen to champion

Appy days

These apps could help support your studies, career and wellbeing

Getting published

Eager to bring out your inner writer? Take a look at our three simple rules to help get you started 

‘My stammer won't stop me’

Megan didn’t let her stammer keep her from pursuing the nursing career she always wanted

 Nursing with a disability

Samantha overcame a number of challenges posed by her disability to pursue the career she wanted

Download the Autumn/Winter 2020 issue of RCN Students

Autumn Winter 2020 issue of RCN Students

Improving dementia care

Final year nursing student Stephanie writes about her passion for supporting people living with dementia and improving public perception of the disease 

Nursing in a pandemic

Second year nursing student Isabella Williams found working on a COVID-19 ward to be rewarding and challenging in equal measure

Supporting women through abortion

Abortion care isn’t a staple on many nursing degrees, but a new placement programme aims to give students a vital insight

Towards a greener future

Climate change: student Kendal Moran writes about the vital role nurses of the future have to play in the fight for our world 

Theatre of life

Can theatre and performance enhance nurse education? Nursing student Chelsea Barrett believes it can

'Keep pushing yourself'

A placement in Ghana has led to national recognition for Temitope Babajide as she receives the ultimate accolade of being crowned RCNi nursing student award winner 2020

'Put yourself in their shoes'

Mitchell Richards says that if you get it right for a person with a learning disability, you get it right for everyone

Audio for the mind and soul

Podcasts can help broaden your outlook and develop you professionally. Student nurse Kendal Moran shares her top five