Informing nursing students and sharing their stories

Students take on Snowdon

What could the challenge of climbing a mountain teach you about nursing?

Nursing associates: what's all the fuss about?

The number of nursing associates in England is growing. What’s their role and how will they work with students?

Sharing is caring

John-Marc's helping improve care for people with learning disabilities

Blood, sweat and unicorns

Katt is helping to stop the stigma surrounding mental health one run at a time

Top tips for coping with stress

Lucy Elliot shares her advice for getting through tough times

What to expect from your mentor

Hulya explains why she loves being a mentor and what students should expect from theirs

Download the spring 2019 issue of RCN Students

The spring 2019 issue of RCN Students

Learning with an open mind

Student nurse Emily Asbridge had a unique insight into what it’s like to be a student in China

Students speak out

Nursing students descended on Westminster to call for at least £1bn investment in student nurse funding

The power of empathy

Helen Thompson reflects on how her experiences as a patient have helped shape her practice

A vulnerable position

One student reflects on finding the courage to raise concerns about unacceptable behaviour

Specialist care in crisis

The RCN wants action to attract more people to learning disability nursing as the number of students specialising falls

Too posh to wash?

Never, says student nurse Toni Wade as she reflects on the value of delivering hands-on, personal care

Caring in Calais

Rosie Schofield shares her experiences of volunteering with refugees

When the unthinkable happens

Alisha Carter reflects on ways to cope if you experience the death of an infant as a student nurse