Why our future nurses’ mental health should be a priority
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Why our future nurses’ mental health should be a priority

Pras Ramluggun Associate professor of mental health sciences and nursing, Northumbria University, Newcastle

Preregistration nursing education is recognised to be one of the most challenging programmes due to its demanding curriculum, which integrates extensive academic and clinical learning. Balancing rigorous academic demands with life outside university often with the addition of part-time employment and caregiving responsibilities can be arduous.

Mental Health Practice. 27, 4, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/mhp.27.4.5.s1

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