Nursing Textbooks - page 2
Hello everyone I will start my nursing program in January and I was wondering which textbooks I should buy and which should I rent. Some of the courses I will take are: 1. Intro to Nursing... Read More
Dec 29, '12 by VishwamitrDear Idani, First of all, congratulations for choosing the most noblest profession. I wish you all the best with your academic accomplishment.
Dec 29, '12 by RNfasterI bought all my nursing school books. I also bought additional texts to supplement (Richard Lehne's pharmacology text is excellent).
I used many . My favorite was Comprehensive Review for NCLEX RN by Hogan.
Dec 29, '12 by VishwamitrDear Idani,
First of all, let me congratulate you for choosing the most noblest profession. I wish you all the best with your academic accomplishment. I am not implying that you do what I am doing but just wanted to share with you. Most text-books are atleast 2-3 years old; and as you know, medical knowledge (just like in any other field) is evolving at exponential rate. I never buy text-books but create folders on my PC for each subject/topic using the internet. There is a plethora of sites which will offer you free access and all the information with a click of the mouse. Besides that, most exam papers are designed based upon the latest knowledge. But like I said before, this is what I do but you can buy books if it makes you feel more confident and organized.