A mature student’s perspective on Adult Nursing and international placements

Liesa is a final year BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing student. She took the opportunity to visit Tanzania as part of a 4 week international placement and answered a few questions to tell us about her experiences both on placement and studying Adult Nursing at Bournemouth University.  1.  Tell us a bit about yourself and the… Read more » about A mature student’s perspective on Adult Nursing and international placements

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What you might not know about BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

So you think that nursing is the job for you but you don’t really know what it fully involves or how the course is structured or if it’s the right course for you? Let me go through some things that not everyone knows when they start the course and get into nursing. You will first… Read more » about What you might not know about BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

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Why BU’s Yeovil Campus for Nursing was right for me

This is a guest blog by Jamie-Lee Russell, studying BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing at BU’s Yeovil Nursing Campus. My name is Jamie-Lee Russell, I am 26 years old and study Adult Nursing as a full-time student at the Yeovil Campus in Somerset. University was something that was never on the cards for me leaving school…. Read more » about Why BU’s Yeovil Campus for Nursing was right for me

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A mature student’s account on studying nursing at our Yeovil Campus

This is a guest blog by Sherrie Hale, BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing BU student studying at our Yeovil Campus. Hi, my name is Sherrie Hale I am a 28, second-year Nursing student, and I am also a wife and mother to a 3-year-old and 4-year-old. I am studying adult nursing at BU’s Yeovil campus. Choosing… Read more » about A mature student’s account on studying nursing at our Yeovil Campus

Eliza’s experience as an Operating Department Practice student – so far

Eliza Shreesh is a second year BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice (ODP) student, in this guest blog Eliza shares her experience of her professional development so far. When I think back to my childhood, I always aspired to pursue an education and carer in healthcare. When I was younger, I was admitted to hospital with… Read more » about Eliza’s experience as an Operating Department Practice student – so far

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Being recognised for the Dorset Council Award for Social Work

This is a joint guest blog by William Smith, MA Social Work student, and June Symonds, BA (Hons) Social Work student. They were both awarded the Dorset Council Award for Social Work, at the Faculty of Health & Social Sciences awards ceremony.  When I (William) started my Master’s in September 2020, my end goal was… Read more » about Being recognised for the Dorset Council Award for Social Work

What’s it like to study Operating Department Practice?

This is a guest blog post by current student Cara Ginnifer, studying BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice. Hello, my name is Cara, I’m studying to be an Operating Department Practitioner (ODP) and I wanted to let you know what it’s like to study ODP at Bournemouth University (BU) and why I think you’d enjoy it… Read more » about What’s it like to study Operating Department Practice?

When Godzilla attacked, the PR students stepped up

Guest article by Fern Merritt, BA (Hons) Marketing Communications with PR student, highlights the collaboration between Arts University Bournemouth students and Bournemouth University’s BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science students. The BU simulation for undergraduate Paramedic Science students was the highlight of the year for the PR students that got to be involved! During the action, we… Read more » about When Godzilla attacked, the PR students stepped up