Please recommend educational resources while I wait.

  1. Hello,

    I can't attend school right away; but, I am interested in ED and would like to learn while I work and wait.

    I found the "Journal of Emergency Nursing" online. What general references for nursing or other ED-related references would you recommend? I have a medical bookstore two hours away that I can visit to look into any books you recommend.

    Also, has anyone found a home-based method to learn to speak Spanish?

    Thank you for the education I have gained from your posts since finding allnurses.com.

    Last edit by Franca on Feb 9, '02
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  3. by   ERNurse752
    www.enw.org (Emergency Nursing World)

    www.ena.org (Emergency Nurses Association)

    www.aacn.org (American Association of Critical Care Nurses)

    www.kathywhite.com (Fast Facts for Adult Critical Care)

    Emergency Nursing Core Curriculum (published by the ENA)

    Emergency Nursing Reference (published by Mosby)

    Hope some of these help. Good luck!
  4. by   ERNurse752
    Oh, about the Spanish...I'm not sure of any specific program. Is there a Barnes and Nobles bookstore in your area? The one in my city has tons of Spanish books, tapes, etc. There may be some at the medical bookstore you were talking about.
    Or try searching at www.amazon.com
  5. by   Franca


    Tricia, thank you very much. I'll print your two posts. Both will be helpful.

    Sincerely,
    Franca

    P.S., Yes, there is a Barnes & Noble within 30 minutes of home, and I'll be in the area on Monday.
    Last edit by Franca on Feb 9, '02
  6. by   ERNurse752
    You're welcome!

  7. by   teeituptom
    Howdy yall
    from deep in the heart of texas
    Fortunately down here in Texass its always easy to find a spanish interpreter. My goal here is to learn american sign language, not everybody knows that, besides it appeals to me for some reason.
    Keep it in tyhe short grass yall
    teeituptom

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