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Saddleback Nursing School, Spring 2013 - page 7

Hi all! I am a pre-nursing student getting ready to put in my applications for Spring 2013. I was wondering if anyone might be able to give me a general idea of what Saddleback College's Nursing... Read More

  1. Visit  confuzhn profile page
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    Alternates update?
  2. Visit  applered profile page
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    Did anyone buy the clinical skills lab book already? What is the coverage of the first lab meeting? Thanks
  3. Visit  dazzlechunk profile page
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    Thanks again ctgangel for responding to my worrying posts. Lol. How was the orientation?

    @ applered, last time I called the nursing dept which was prob 2 weeks ago, they had two more alternates left on the list. I probably won't call again until next month because I called them about 3 times since June. Lol. Anyone else have an update on the alternates after the orientation?
  4. Visit  cathering profile page
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    Hi. I got the skills lab book, but from the trading and hw assignments we got from the orientation, I do not see any assignments from the skills lab book. So... I don't think there is an assignment from the lab manual.


    Cathy
  5. Visit  cathering profile page
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    Not trading, reading
  6. Visit  ctgangel profile page
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    hey, i bought the skills lab book too. does anyone understand the difference between buying the package of books from the bookstore and buying them individually online? I found pretty much all of them online minus the one i won for a total of 275 versus 630!!! if anyone knows the difference please let me know!
  7. Visit  applered profile page
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    Quote from cathering
    Hi. I got the skills lab book, but from the trading and hw assignments we got from the orientation, I do not see any assignments from the skills lab book. So... I don't think there is an assignment from the lab manual.


    Cathy
    The homework/reading assignments from the orientation is only for Lecture I think. (That's what it says on the top of the page.) On the yellow paper Orientation Agenda, #2C it says to complete skills lab workbook before going to lab, including the first day of lab. So I was wondering what the topics are for the first and second week of lab.
  8. Visit  applered profile page
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    Quote from ctgangel
    hey, i bought the skills lab book too. does anyone understand the difference between buying the package of books from the bookstore and buying them individually online? I found pretty much all of them online minus the one i won for a total of 275 versus 630!!! if anyone knows the difference please let me know!
    Where did you find the books online?

    The ELSEVIER package includes ALL print AND e-Books download (two computers and two tablets/smartphones) AND online access to full versions of all the books, online access to EVOLVE, PLUS19 additional reference e-books under "Mosby's Nursing Consult Student Edition". From another nursing school's website, the Nursing Consult Student Edition includes the following:

    20 Nursing reference Titles:
    • Stuart: Handbook of Psychiatric Nursing, 6th ed
    • Huszar: Basic Dysrhthmias: Interpretation & Management, 3rd ed
    • Bryant: Acute and Chronic Wounds, 3rd ed
    • Buttaro: Primary Care, 3rd ed
    • D’Avanzo: Pocket Guide to Cultural Health Assessment, 4th
    • Tucker: Patient Care Standards: Collaborative Planning & Nursing Interventions, 7th ed
    • Meiner: Gerongologic Nursing, 3rd ed
    • Bulechek: Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC), 5th ed
    • DiCenso: Evidence‐Based Nursing: A Guide to Clinical Practice
    • Betz: Mosby’s Pediatric Nursing Reference, 6th ed
    • Gilbert: Manual of High Risk Pregnancy and Delivery, 4th ed
    • Redman: The Practice of Patient Eduation, 10th ed
    • George‐Gay: Clinical Medical‐Surgical Nursing: A Decision‐Making Reference
    • Heitz & Home: Pocket Guide to Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid‐Base Balance, 5th
    • Moorhead: Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC), 4th ed
    • Pizzorno: The Clinician’s Handbook of Natural Medicine, 2nd ed
    • Swearingen: Manual of Medical‐Surgical Nursing Care, 6th ed
    • Thompson: Mosby’s Clinical Nursing, 5th ed
    • Ulrich: Nursing Care Planning Guides, 6th ed
    • Otto: Oncology Nursing Clinical Reference
    Last edit by applered on Dec 18, '12
  9. Visit  ctgangel profile page
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    Yea! I'm wondering the same thing for the lab book. Maybe the first chapter or so? Anyone have any suggestions on how to study everything? It's all a little daunting. I decided to buy the package hopefully I get a scholarship to help out.Here's my email if anyone has info: ctgangel@yahoo.com
  10. Visit  ctgangel profile page
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    Dazzlechunk, the orientation was amazing. Made me want to become a nurse even more! They allowed both alternates in on orientation day and if anyone flakes out maybe they will take more people! I hope you get in! I am super nervous about starting.
  11. Visit  dazzlechunk profile page
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    ctgangel, I'm so excited for you and everyone else that got in, Congrats! Yeah, I'll bet orientation was amazing. I heard clinical is fun in the program too. Thank you for the update and Happy New Year!
  12. Visit  dazzlechunk profile page
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    When does the the spring nursing program start? Is it Jan. 22nd like all the other spring classes? Thanks, and Happy New Year!
  13. Visit  dazzlechunk profile page
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    ctgangel, that's good news that they let in the last two alternates during orientation. Was it because 2 people didn't show up or possibly dropped out of the program? Were there more than 2 people who didn't show up? Just curious, because that would mean that the nursing dept would let more people in probably after winter break to replace them.

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