Coping with an emergency
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Coping with an emergency

Victoria Brice Third-year nursing student, The University of Surrey

Nursing student Victoria Brice put her training into practice when she saw a woman having a seizure on a bus

After a 12-hour shift on my nursing placement, I was about to get on the bus when I saw a disabled man holding up a woman who appeared to be having a seizure.

Nursing Standard. 32, 9, 36-36. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.9.36.s41

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