Med Surg Help Please! - page 2
Hello, My name is Taylor. Today I had my first day of Med Surg and I am, to say the least, overwhelmed. I have the passion for nursing, I basically sleep with my book! I just want to know if anybody has any advice to tackle this... Read More
- 0Jan 31, '13 by chrisSPNAsk yourself 4 question:
What's the disease?
What causes it?
How do I treat it?
What Am I going to teach my pt?
It will help you soooo much! It help me get through my med surg and nclex style test!
Always answer your question with ABC's, Maslow hierarchy, and Nurse Process.
Life saver tips! Good luck!
- 0Jan 31, '13 by dls20001Hello,
I am new to this, so please giveme a minute. Can anyone give me some insight on Excelsior RN courses?? I am enrolled and ready to stat he Transition to RN role class. Is it tough? Does anyone have any notes or books they are wanting to get rid of? I am willing to buy them. If anyone has any kind of helpful info, or where to lead me, I would greatly appreciate it.
- 0Mar 6, '13 by Annachu512Quote from LadyFree28All the teachers in my school highly recommend studying for NCLEX information to study for tests. All of our questions are NCLEX format so it's very helpful.First thing is BREATHE...you can only tackle one task at a time...my other question is WHY are you studying for the NCLEX at this time??? I suggest you tackle the Med Surg component FIRST, that is the short term goal. The next goal-semi long term-is to pass the NCLEX. Don't put the cart before the horse, ok??
- 0Mar 16, '13 by LadyFree28Quote from Annachu512^How can you study questions that you may have no idea what the answer is before you get the material???? That is what my response was about. Not about the format...it doesn't help to study for something wayy in advance, or too later either....I come from instructors with THAT school of thought.
All the teachers in my school highly recommend studying for NCLEX information to study for tests. All of our questions are NCLEX format so it's very helpful.