Stumped for what to wear to your new grad interview? You don’t need to buy a whole new wardrobe – Nurse Uncut has you covered! Here are our top tips for looking spiffy come your interview. Dress smart Smart casual...
Want to get a sneak peek into the questions you’ll likely to get in your interviews? Here are the 3 types of questions we reckon you should be prepared to answer! Skills and knowledge-based questions Potentially the most straight-forward of...
Are you ready for your New Grad Interview? Whether you’re interviewing for the public system or a private health provider, here is Nurse Uncut’s top tips. Arrive with plenty of time before your interview Punctuality is key for any job...
Want to be a nurse? Here’s 5 things you REALLY need to know! Hollywood gets it wrong. Think nursing is all glitz and glamour? Reckon Dr McDreamy will walk in any moment now? Nursing is a world of fun, but...
A new nurse tells her story of beginning work in intensive care.
Life never quite takes the trajectory that we expect it to. Nurse Rachel shares her story about going from budding film-maker to newly qualified Registered Nurse in Outback Australia. According to my 16-year-old self, I am supposed to be a...
Tess was not your typical New Grad RN when she started at age 55. But her energy and drive is to be admired and here she highlights all the positives and great experiences she’s had so far… “You must be...
Many new graduates will be taking up positions all across NSW soon and we wanted to reflect on one experience that took a nurse to a regional hospital. Ignat Kozlov told the Lamp last February how a two-week placement...
Through Nurse Uncut, we want to make sure everyone's voice is heard throughout their entire career as a nurse or midwife. We've shared some fabulous stories before of recent graduates and nursing and midwifery students and we'd love to...
Bullying is always a hot topic of conversation on Nurse Uncut and continues to be a problem for many nurses and midwives. It really is concerning that so many people continue to be affected by this disappointing behaviour of...