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Congrats same here and the irony is the class I passed (with an 92%) was with a terrible professor with a horrible reputation. I got a 90% on the final exam (praise God) because I barely studied for it and the sad part is I don't feel I retained any information or really enhanced my knowledge based on who taught me
As for OB (Women's Health Nursing) this class I learned so much from and really enjoyed. I was disappointed because I got A's in my other two classes and a B+ literally an 89.32% with a 93% on the final
Congrats again to you and God bless you on your journey
I thought PEDS was simple. It doesn't hurt to actually like this. To me, this was med surg for little people. You're learning what specific cardio, respiratory, renal, infectious diseases are common among kids. Also developmentally appropriate care for the child and their family is important. You can't speak to a child like you would an adult and you can't treat the child and act like the family isn't there.
OB, now that was a bit more complicated. A lot of new concepts and assessments to be learned for an OB patient.