Swimming out of the deep end.

For a second, I had gone blank, not knowing what to write about for the #SmallActionsBigChanges movement. I did not feel like I was in the right frame of mind to write about something positive. Why? Well, I had my first supernumerary week at my first NQN role at the beginning of this week. Then,Continue reading “Swimming out of the deep end.”

New beginnings, new lessons…

On my last blog, I discussed how it felt to be shielding and awaiting to return to the placement and finishing my management hours. So, I finally went back to the ward, and the first thing that I noticed was that everything was different. Personal protective equipment was more abundant than it was in March,Continue reading “New beginnings, new lessons…”

A Very Different Newly Registered Nurse Year

Last week I duly paid my £120 fee to the NMC, marking a year since I first joined the register as a Registered Children’s Nurse. I had put it off for a while because the thought of having been qualified for an entire year was beyond belief to me. Last winter, I started my positionContinue reading “A Very Different Newly Registered Nurse Year”