Ensuring the voice of nursing students is heard
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Ensuring the voice of nursing students is heard

Joleen McKee Cardiothoracic surgery, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast

RCN students committee members help strengthen nursing by influencing policy and practice, and gain skills in communication and professionalism along the way

It seems like only yesterday that I stood in RCN headquarters for the first time, a nervous but enthusiastic second-year student.

Nursing Standard. 32, 4, 38-39. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.4.38.s43

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