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ACEing your ACE application

Don't leave your application to the last minute says ACE recruitment consultant QUENTIN CAMPBELL. Nursing Review talks to him about why a good application takes time. And shares some of his tips.

CV tips for the student nurse: how to stand out for the right reasons

Nursing Review asks some new graduate coordinators to share tips about what makes an application for a new graduate position stand out for the right – and wrong – reasons.

Reflection: embracing learning opportunities

An emergency patient with diabetic ketoacidosis has Cherylanne Turner, a third-year nursing student at NorthTec, reflecting on embracing opportunities and teamwork.

Reflection: lessons learnt as a patient

Sigrid Joblin-Mills, a third-year nursing student at SIT, this year found herself being a patient rather than a carer. Here she reflects on lessons learnt.

“Just so crazy”: nursing student meets Queen

"Follow your passions" is the advice shared by the Otago Polytechnic student whose work founding an anti-bullying group saw her receiving a special award from the Queen.

Nursing student’s anti-bullying work royally rewarded

An Otago Polytechnic nursing student is off to London to meet the Queen in honour of the teenager's work founding a youth-led anti-bullying group.

Reflection on being both a learner and a critical observer

TRISTIN SLATER, a third year student nurse at the University of Auckland, reflects on trying to administer a tetanus injection to an attack victim*.

Reflection on the cultural protocols of a death

RENAE PORTER, a third year nursing student at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi, reflects on the clinical, cultural and personal experience following the release of a tūpāpaku (deceased person’s body).

Student nurses: leaders in the making

CATHLEEN ASPINALL argues that fresh eyes and critical thinking means nursing students can be leaders from their undergraduate days onwards and outlines how she and her students helped spur Nursing Review's new student-focused section.

Reflection: missing the moment

Looking back on a missed moment when caring for a stabbing victim has third year student nurse TRISTIN SLATER reflecting on patient advocacy, autonomy and how learning between nursing students and registered nurses doesn't have to only be one way. (Full Version*)
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