All second semester RN students check in

  1. Hey everyone.
    Who has already gone back to school? Who is still on break? How are classes this semester? What is your clinical focus?
    mine start the 21st
    meg/surg rotation.
    Good luck to everyone!
    Last edit by RN2be on Jan 7, '03
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  2. 22 Comments

  3. by   RNIAM
    Sorry everyone. I didn't post the correct heading.
  4. by   RNinRubySlippers
    I am in my 2nd semester. Our foci is Maternity and ECU. I am really looking forward to the diversity of pts. in the two. However, I am very nervous! Classload is HEAVY! I will write more later!
  5. by   Love-A-Nurse
    second semester student in med/surg and maternal child.

    i added a 3 hour class to have 12 hours today also.
  6. by   Carleigh
    First week back and whew! We have a math test this week, a million pages to read, plus a skills checkoff on IM meds and catheterizations. Our clinical rotations this semester are Pediatrics, Labor & Delivery, Geriatrics and some Community nursing. 2 full clinical days each week then classroom/lab the rest of the time. Good luck to everybody!
  7. by   nursbee04
    We start back the 13th! Med-surg, two clinical days (i think) and two class days a week. First test feb. 3rd.
    Good luck everybody!!
  8. by   subec
    I start back on Mon (the 13th). This semester we have psych, med-surg, and health promotions. I'm also going to be a pharm mentor and a math mentor this semester, so I'm going to be pretty busy.

    Good luck to everyone!!!!
  9. by   Nursemelo
    i'm back at school as of monday (and i'm beginning to get stressed alread) taking pharmacology online, patho, young family health, and the EVIL statistics :'( our clinical focus is maternityin the hospital as well as the community. i can't wait to see a baby born!
  10. by   dianacs
    I start Saturday...no clinicals this semester, but lots of pharm, patho, and health promotion...
  11. by   babynursewannab
    Med-Surg, pharm and nutrition this semester. I start tomorrow.

    I'm also taking my world civ class and an honors course.

    I'm freaked because now I know how hard I have to work and I also know how darn quickly it all goes by!!!

    Good luck all!
  12. by   Wyldeflower
    My classes started on the 7th. This semester we have:

    Monday:

    8am to 9am Maternity Nursing lecture
    9am to 10am Pharmacology (am auditing)
    11am to 12pm Physiology lecture
    1pm to 3 pm Disruptions in Mental Health lecture

    Tuesday:
    3pm to 9 pm Disruptions in Mental Health clinical at a pyschiatric hospital.

    Wednesday:
    Same as Monday except I also have Physiology Lab from 3pm to 4 pm

    Thursday:
    Maternity nursing clinical from either 8am to 2pm, or 2pm to 8pm.

    Friday:
    Pharmacology 9am to 10 am
    Physiology lecture 11 am to 12 pm
    Disruptions in Mental Health lecture from 1pm to 2pm.
  13. by   Vsummer1
    Hi all, checking in! My classes are divided up into two separate "units" and you have to pass each one on its own. My first class starts February 18th, the final is on April 9th. Then we go on to the 2nd unit April 21st and the final is on June 11th. Yep, two separate finals to pass! I go Mondays & Tuesdays 650 to 1340 (clinical), Wednesday is lecture 800 to 1150. The units are:

    Developmental and Health Deviation self-care requisites for Women and Newborns

    Developmental and Health Deviation self-care requisites for
    Patients with a Chronic Illness

    Pray for me, I hear most people fail at least one of these!
  14. by   Love-A-Nurse
    originally posted by vsummer1
    hi all, checking in! my classes are divided up into two separate "units" and you have to pass each one on its own. my first class starts february 18th, the final is on april 9th. then we go on to the 2nd unit april 21st and the final is on june 11th. yep, two separate finals to pass! i go mondays & tuesdays 650 to 1340 (clinical), wednesday is lecture 800 to 1150. the units are:

    developmental and health deviation self-care requisites for women and newborns

    developmental and health deviation self-care requisites for
    patients with a chronic illness

    pray for me, i hear most people fail at least one of these!
    val, it is the same where i am although reversed in the the class we are doing first but have to pass one to go to the next, all in one semester. yes, two seperate finals!

    intense is the word and too heard this was a hard semester for a lot of students in the pass.

    prayers will be said and do the same for me. i will give it my all and know you will do the same.

    all the best to you and every one!

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