Kings College London – 2nd Year Nursing Students #lead2add Pledges

The team would like to thank Henrieta Mulnier, Senior Lecturer for the invitation to visit King’s College London to meet and speak with 2nd year Nursing Students and for looking after us so well.

Tommy was proud to speak to 2nd year Nursing Students a year ago this week

Tommy was joined by Susan Aitkenhead, Director of Nursing Professional Development at NHS England and Kate Lievesley, Project Delivery Manager on the Framework for Nursing Midwifery and Care Staff.

Susan gave a brilliant talk on using the framework to help turn pledges into purposeful actions, supporting and inspiring our future nurses and leaders.

A massive thank you to Henrieta, Susan, Kate and the truly inspirational 2nd year Nurses.  We look forward to returning very soon, in the meantime read the wonderful pledges made on the day.

Thank you from all the team at DCV

I pledge to always find out what matters and who matters to the people I work with and care for. . Meshikah Kaiendran – Nuring Student

 

I pledge to make a difference, to love, listen and laugh with patients and their families and friends. To help raise awareness and bridge care and equality.
Nina Carter – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to make time for the little things that make a big difference.
Sam Willcot – Student Nurse

 

My pledge is to find at least one thing about all my patients that makes them who they are as a person.

 

I pledge to ensure every patient is seen and heard for them as a person. I also pledge to ensure every patient I care for is cared for as I would care for my family with respect, dignity and compassion.
Luke Theophilus – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to listen more and improve my communication skills to individuals with dementia.
Abbie – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to always get to know the person and understand them not just their condition.
Shari Mejorada – Student Nurse

 

My pledge is to always look beyond the condition.
Andrea Nogueiro – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to find time to listen and hear the patients as well as their families/carers
M Mendosa – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to continue to work towards making a difference in dementia and palliative care.
Cynthia Fasuyi – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to take the time to stop and listen.
Emmeline Martin – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to speak up for those who need me. To be there to support them and let them know that they are not alone.
Sophia Totten – Student Nurse

 

My pledge is to find of what matters to the person I am caring for and help them with what matters. I want to understand care from their point of view.
Tabitha Sisman – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to make sure I know what makes my patient my patient – to know what matters to them and who they love.
Grace Pinn – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to view each patient as an individual, to take time to listen to their stories and find out what really matters to them.
Mia Kavkolahti – Student Nurse

 

My pledge is to ask what matters to the patient on that particular shift.
Temi – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to prioritise the patient’s family just as much as I do the patient.
Rachel Morgan – Student Nurse

 

I pledge not to define an individual by their condition.
Chloe Malcler – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to say ‘no’ to care that doesn’t see the heart of the patient and not just their condition.
Nicola Watt – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to treat every person who I care for in my nursing career in the same way that I have cared for my Grandma who has dementia. Making the little things matter.
Georgina Jackman – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to treat, care for, respect and love every person the same way I would my nan and remember that everyone has a life story and loved ones and that is all that matters.
May Rowland-Pomp – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to always do my best to provide the most personal, compassionate and safe care, to look after the person and not their condition.
Ellie Dallen-Fermner – Student Nurse

 

My pledge is to always provide holistic care for whoever I look after.
Edith Melo

 

I pledge to try harder in my studies and I am working to become a better nurse for everyone that needs it.
Megan – Student Nurse

 

My pledge is that if I am looking after a patient with dementia, to show them all of my kindness and all of my love. I can additionally ask them about any end-of-life wishes they may have. I must remember that they have story and respect them at all times.
Zoe Kabeli – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to always fulfil my patient’s wishes, whilst also treating them with dignity, respect and generosity.
Vanessa Bernardo – Student Nurse

 

My pledge is to be the nurse that really listens, understands, advocates and educates.
Christian Raux – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to find the time every day to listen to what matters no matter how big or small, no matter how short the days may grow.
Laura Jane Middleton – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to always learn people’s names – never refer to them as bed or room X
Siona King – Student Nurse

 

My pledge is to make sure to listen to the story people want to tell in order to understand them and their life more fully.
Rachel Hawksworth – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to always help to find solutions and listen to distressed patients no matter how busy I am.
Becky Morris – Student Nurse

 

My pledge is to listen to what matters to patients and their carers. To challenge unwarranted variations. To be my best to help others be theirs.
Natalie Sackett – Student Nurse

 

I pledge to ask every person I care for what matters to them.
Leah – Student Nurse

 

 

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