Health Differences?

  1. 0 To all those who took Health Differences and Passed, how did you study for it??? Any input would be appreciated, thanks!


    Please note: I am speaking of Essentials of Nursing Care Health Differences NOT Health Differences Across the Lifespan.
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    About natnat122, ASN, EMT-P

    From 'NY, US'; Joined Aug '11; Posts: 476; Likes: 170.

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  3. Visit  Medic625 profile page
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    I found that to be the hardest test I've taken yet. I used the TCN module and the EC practice exam to prepare for it. As a paramedic, I thought I had a firm grasp on the whole acid-base balance and electrolyte thing, but I was completely wrong. In fact, throughout the course of this medic to RN program I have realized that I didn't know as much as I thought I did and that there is a big difference between what I learned as a medic and what I need to learn to be an RN. Kinda got off topic there. But seriously, the TCN module has all the info. It's just a matter of learning it all. Good luck.
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    Quote from Medic625
    I found that to be the hardest test I've taken yet. I used the TCN module and the EC practice exam to prepare for it. As a paramedic, I thought I had a firm grasp on the whole acid-base balance and electrolyte thing, but I was completely wrong. In fact, throughout the course of this medic to RN program I have realized that I didn't know as much as I thought I did and that there is a big difference between what I learned as a medic and what I need to learn to be an RN. Kinda got off topic there. But seriously, the TCN module has all the info. It's just a matter of learning it all. Good luck.
    Yeah, I'm a medic too and I'm learning that the hard way lol.. Oh no thanks for getting off topic I enjoyed reading that someone went through the same emotions I am experiencing right now; Medic thinking and RN thinking is taking a serious transition! I will purchase the TCN module as well as the practice exams.. I have sg101 but I want something to supplement it.. Thanks!!!
  5. Visit  Pixie.RN profile page
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    Medic-brain and nurse-brain are very different! Once you realize that, I think it helps in the learning process. :-) Enjoy your journey!
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  6. Visit  disposablehero343 profile page
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    What's the TCN module?
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    Quote from disposablehero343
    What's the TCN module?
    The 'TCN' module is "The College Network" book. They have study guides and such.


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