Guest blogger

26 February 2019

Eating disorders: how and why all nurses should care

By Helen Hewitt @helen_mhns Helen is a third-year mental health nursing student at Middlesex University, currently in the process of completing her extended essay which focuses […]
15 January 2019

Interview: My ERASMUS nursing placement in Denmark

By Bronwyn Evans @Green_Eyed_Bea 3rd-year Mental Health Nursing Student, Student Voice Leader, Nursing Ambassador and Ambassador leader for the School of Health and Education at Middlesex […]
18 December 2018

Deafness and mental health

By Nina Thomas @ninathomasart Nina is a founding member of The Film Bunch – their mission is to improve access for deaf and hard of hearing people […]
4 December 2018

My journey into non-medical prescribing

By Charlene Hales, Clinical Team Manager at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust I approached my supervisor a year ago during my appraisal to express my interest in […]
5 November 2018

Reflecting on Black History Month

by Henry Akaluka, 3rd year BSc Mental Health Nursing Student and Student Voice Leader at Middlesex University Black history month has primarily been celebrated by revisiting […]
9 October 2018

A Day in the life of a Community Physical Health Matron

Susan Cummins Community Matron for Physical Health  at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. @SusanMHMatron ‏ My workday starts around 8.15am On a typical day My morning […]
14 September 2018

Reflections of a Newly Qualified Mental Health Nurse

By Anne Onille-ere, Staff Nurse at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust Next up in our NQN series, we have a reflective blog written by Anne, who qualified […]