Perceptions of Nursing and Midwifery

My proudest moments by Daniel Gooding

Most student nurses will feel imposter syndrome at some point or another. I know I have and I previously blogged about it here. Through out my training, I have had so many moments that reflecting back on, I am proud of, and as not to just pick one, I am going to share several with you. This isn’t because I think I am better than anyone, not at all. It is about encouraging other to share their achievement. It’s about helping myself realise what I have achieved over the years.
  • I have completed the 2300 hours that needs to be hit in order to sign onto the NMC register, as well as passing all of my exams and essays. I. AM. GOING. TO. BE. A. REGISTERED. SICK. CHILDRENS. NURSE!
  • I have been offered my first NQN job in the area that I had hoped.
  • I came to London with a bucket list in my heard that I wanted to complete whilst being a student nurse in London. Of these things, I have achieved including writing articles which have been published within the Nursing Standard.
  • Along with some fantastic student nurses, I founded “The Student Nurse Project”
  • Each year I have been nominated for an award from either my host trust or the Royal College of Nursing.
  • Since second year, I have planned and co-chaired two fantastic conferences for student nurses within the Royal College of Nursing and an 70th NHS Birthday.
  • What are your proudest moments?
  • Yours in nursing,
  • DCLG 

What inspired you to write this blog?

The Transforming Perceptions of Nursing and Midwifery 30 Day Challenge

What is your role?

Third Year CYP Nursing Student -  Leader - Nursing Activist - RCN SIO of the Year 2018

 

What are your nursing and/or midwifery qualifications?

Third Year CYP Nursing Student

 

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