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Primary school children’s participation in selecting children’s nursing students

01 July 2019

Nursing Children and Young People


Despite the importance of seeking children’s views in healthcare being widely recognised, there are few reports of child service user involvement in selecting...

NVQs and practice assessment in a pre-registration course

24 March 2004

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

In response to the government’s strategic intentions for nursing outlined in Making a Difference (DoH 1999), the University of Brighton has used national vocational...

Role play simulation in nurse education: applying the ‘I AM A STAR’ mnemonic

28 May 2019

Mental Health Practice


Background The mental state examination (MSE) is a collection of observations made during an initial nursing interview. A mnemonic, I AM A STAR, was developed as an...

Nursing students’ experiences of delivering dementia friends sessions to peers

16 August 2018

Nursing Older People

case study research

Background Nursing students and registered nurses often feel underprepared for their roles in dementia care. Extracurricular activities offer nursing students...

Emotional intelligence in preregistration nurse education

21 September 2023

Nursing Standard


Emotional intelligence (EI) is considered essential to nursing practice, but it is unclear how best to support nursing students to develop EI skills. This article...

Is this the end of the branch system?

23 January 2007

Nursing Standard


Changes in nurse education will need to take place if the more flexible workforce envisaged in Modernising Nursing Careers is to become reality.

Nurse education in the British armed forces

15 October 2014

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Defence nurses form the largest registered specialty in the UK defence medical services. Once qualified, defence nurses maintain and develop their nursing and...

Student-led simulation: preparing students for leadership

25 October 2018

Nursing Management


It is vital to prepare nurses to become informed leaders with the required knowledge and skills to support effective patient care and outcomes. This article...

Results of cross-faculty ‘capstone’ assessments involving nursing and performing arts students

06 September 2018

Nursing Management

embodied simulation

This article describes how ‘capstone’ assessments were created to provide two different student groups, nursing and performing arts students, with a lived experience...

Exploring the effects of a high-fidelity environment on nursing students’ confidence and performance of CPR

27 January 2021

Nursing Standard


Background Simulation is often used in healthcare education because it enables students to practise clinical skills in a safe environment where mistakes can occur...