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Are you desperate for a holiday but can’t quite afford the long beach trip of your dreams? Not to worry. This morning one of the surgeons and I were talking about Dubrovnik as an up-and-coming destination. In fact, there are so many destinations in Europe that are not only accessible with cheap flight operators but […]

The post The Essential Summer City Break Packing List appeared first on Big City, Little Nurse.

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1. Wit woo! What’s your outfit like, sexy? My tunic has been covered in all manner of fluids. From blood to necrotising bacteria and everything in between, trust me, most mentally sound people wouldn’t find my uniform in any sense to be something to bring into any bedroom antics. Plus, the shoes are hideous. The […]

The post 7 things you should never, ever say to a British student nurse appeared first on Big City, Little Nurse.

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Life is always changing. We move to different cities, meet new people, discover great places to eat and drink, but for some people, our appearance can stay exactly the same. Why is that? Why could we be so bold to go on a Tinder date with a complete stranger or enrol in a university to […]

The post The biggest transformations that everyone should try at least once appeared first on Big City, Little Nurse.

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It’s Nurse’s Week woohoo! Nursing is a time-sensitive occupation. When it comes to this profession, reacting to the events that occur between mere minutes – or even seconds – can be a matter of life and death, so this is one occupation that demands absolute punctuality. While you might be an A+ student and practitioner, […]

The post Practical tips for the nurse who’s always late appeared first on Big City, Little Nurse.

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I’ll be honest, when I realised my second placement of year one was going to be in a care home I was disappointed. I’m one of those students who KNOWS that my future career will be in some kind of intensive environment. Something surgical perhaps, where I can wear pyjamas scrubs for my day job. […]

The post How to survive a placement in a residential care home appeared first on Big City, Little Nurse.

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So you want the grit and gore of A&E on your student CV? Fancy a go at CPR? Want to get involved in crash calls? Well, it’s sorta not like that. At all, really. What’s A&E like for a student nurse? Accident and Emergency departments (or ER/emergency room for our friends across the pond) are […]

The post How to survive a placement in A&E: A student nurse’s guide appeared first on Big City, Little Nurse.

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Guys, how has it been so long since I last blogged? Considering this lil place has been running for eight years, I can’t believe life has been so busy I haven’t had the time or inclination for writing. This is the first post since the new year, and what a year it’s been. The fact I’ve not […]

The post What’s the second year of nursing school like? appeared first on Big City, Little Nurse.

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So, I was on the news recently. As in, BBC News. I was giving my opinion on the Budget in which Philip – owner of private care home developer Castlemead – Hammond stated that IF talks with pay reviews went ahead and IF they bear fruit then MAYBE nurses will get a bit of a […]

The post The state of nursing in the NHS today appeared first on Big City, Little Nurse.

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I don’t have time to cook. I say I don’t have time, but I actually mean I hate cooking. I love food, don’t get me wrong. One of the SHOs (SHO is the a term for a Senior House Officer, basically, a doctor who’s completed both foundation years but haven’t specialised just yet. Technically they’re […]

The post 5 reasons to try a cookery class in 2018 appeared first on Big City, Little Nurse.

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The guys who made inhalable cocktails, scratch and sniff booze, and edible bubbles are back with a sensory experience to rival all others. Smith & Sinclair’s multi­-sensorial experience, The Flavour Gallery, has arrived in London’s East End and isn’t it a treat? The gallery pop-up invites the public to consume art in ways they never […]

The post Glitter cocktails and blindfolds at Smith & Sinclair’s Flavour Rooms, N1 appeared first on Big City, Little Nurse.

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