Is this a first step towards treating students as equals?
Joy O’Gorman Second-year adult nursing student, University of Plymouth
Robin Ion Senior lecturer, Division of mental health and integrated practice at the University of the West of Scotland
Alicia Burnett Third-year midwifery student, University of West London
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a shift in the way people in positions of power engage with healthcare students. This should be developed to drive lasting change
Nurse education has been criticised for its slow response to the need for change.
35, 9, 31-32.
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