I finished my first semester of nursing, I finished the foundation courses, anatomy and physiology and microbiology. And I'm beginning my second semester on Monday and doing intro to nursing theory, health assessment and pathophysiology. My question is for example if they are teaching a topic about kidneys and nephrons, will they review the parts of the kidney and how it works? Because over Christmas break I have forgotten a lot of the stuff
And I also have another question. How much of the info from A&P and microbiology would I have to know? Would I have to know every single detail from the textbook front to back? Or would I have to know the important things and main idea, like for example how they heart works.
Jan 5, '17
You won't find anyone here who will advise you to "skip this" or "don't worry about learning that."
You are in nursing school. Learn everything that you can. Stop looking for the quick notes. Everything that you learn now is FUNDAMENTAL. Future lessons build upon this basic course. Learn it or face future failure.
Last edit by roser13 on Jan 5, '17