Student Nurse Academic Partnership: SNAP Conference Proceedings 2016

Adobe Photoshop PDFThe Student Nurse Academic Partnership (SNAP) Conference is an educational initiative developed between the Schools of Nursing at Kingston & St George’s and Gibraltar Health Authority. SNAP aims to give nursing students the opportunity to share their ideas and experiences of nursing with other students, academic staff and practice partners. Nursing students partnered up with an academic of their choice to submit an abstract of their ideas relating to nursing theory, education or practice. The best abstracts were selected to be presented during the first SNAP conference on 13th January 2016 at St George’s, University of London. Following the successful delivery of the presentations, the student nurses have written up their presentations into papers that are published here as conference proceedings.

This journal opens with a foreword by Dr. Julia Gale and contains the featured paper by Professor Ian Peate, ‘The Trouble with Men…’. The other eleven articles were written by student nurses and demonstrate the passion and enthusiasm student nurses hard for their chosen profession.

The papers are authored by: Emily Davis & Angela Richardson, Aurelia Edmiston, Rhianna McGowan, Gemma Pumford, Elizabeth Ross & Dr Jayne Price, Pardina Samson-Fessale & Mary Brady, Katrina Sealey, Ekta Shah & Robert Stanley, Daniel Sinclair, Daniel Waters & Denise Bodley, and Nikki Yun & Paul Newcombe.

Student Nurse Academic Partnership:
SNAP Conference Proceedings 2016
Published May 2016
ISBN 978-1-910578-33-9
122 pages
Book Dimensions: A5
Author – Various Authors
Edited by Edited by N. Yun, A. Edmiston, J. Remoy & H. Wells
Foreword by Dr. Julia Gale
BUY SNAP – £6 + £1.80 P&P to UK Address

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