student satisfaction in mental health nursing

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it seems to be really low, on almost any of the courses i’ve seen on ucas it has been below 60%. the job prospects are great, and you get so much placement and experience, anyone know why the student satisfaction rating is still so low? anything you’ve felt yourself or is it just another bs stat?
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Some placements don't get signed off because sometimes you don't even have an assessor. A lot of the students have anxiety and are sort of thrown into the fire.

No real allowances for childcare or having to care for a family member.

A lot of the theory part of the course is just filler, so you have those 2300 theoretical hours.

It's quite antisocial since you spend so much time at placement or online rather than at university.
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Some placements don't get signed off because sometimes you don't even have an assessor. A lot of the students have anxiety and are sort of thrown into the fire.

No real allowances for childcare or having to care for a family member.

A lot of the theory part of the course is just filler, so you have those 2300 theoretical hours.

It's quite antisocial since you spend so much time at placement or online rather than at university.
is it a lot of online work over being in person then?
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is it a lot of online work over being in person then?
Depends on the university. I sometimes only go into uni once a week.
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