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Joined Apr 12, '13.
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I am trying to look for Nursing scenarios base on CH 40 Fluid and electrolytes from the Taylor 7th edition book. Can anybody help me find a link?
SO nervous about my next exam. If I get anything lower than a 78 I will fail
Please help me succeed!
LMao!!!!! Katkinson, I haven't laughed this hard since the ending of summer!
Wow thank goodness I wasn't the only that got annoyed by this! Feels good to know others can't stand it either. I wish my program allow us to use voice recording but they said no. You guys provided me with some really good tips to do during this "rabbit hole" time and I will bring in the text book next time and start reading on my own. And again it's not asking the questions that bother me its getting off track and wasting time that kills me! Whenever I have a question I have a separate handy dandy little notebook and I write it down on that. Then I either e-mail or ask in person during my own time.
My instructor is hands down amazing! And she takes time to answer all these questions, which shows me she wants everyone to understand she set the bar so high for the other instructors, I hope they are just as good or even better!
We will just keep on studying!!! Srsly Lol
So today was my 2nd lecture. It's weird how my whole mood changes the moment that pencil is on my notebook. (Yes I use pencil because I like to erase) My instructor is amazing.
What I find annoying is when the classmate start to get side track by asking questions. Some are really interesting but then it gets personal or it gets to be opinions or commentse than having questions. It starts to have this ripple effect and then all these hands go up and we get off track for a good 20 mins. I'm not saying they are stupid questions. I feel like some people should hold off their questions (or comments) at the end of class on their own time. Because I feel as if that 20 mins was taken away from me. Then I start to notice my instructor starts to talk super fast because she is trying to catch up with the time. In which it gets hard for me to take ntotes because she says it so fast.
Today I learned about Nursing diagnosis Assessment, diagnosis, plan of care, implementing, and evaluation (lol i can't believe I remember that tbh)
We had a case study and list examples of subjective and objective data
We also saw a video that showed us how we are suppose to talk to a patient that has anxiety/ stress. That was very interesting.
Okay so that was my day! Share yours.
I posted in the wrong section. Sorry about that.
Srsly? No one else from Middlesex has an account here?
Congratulations! Your family must be super proud of you!! I start in September and I just can't wait to be in your shoes!!
Wow Reading this reminded me of what I do. Through everything on the floor Lol.
I can relate. I told my fiancee that there are going to be times in which I'm going to choose to stay home to study and I do not want to do anything else. He was not feelin' it.
Great Tips. I can see myself sticking to this plan. I can never be in a group of 3 people. Only two. Me + 1. I get so distracted and start messing around if I have one more person in a study group.
My main priority is to have a career, so I guess my health is fine (??).. I don't have medical insurance anymore so I stopped going once all the bills added up to over 7,000 also in collection. Lol
I'm starting to get more and more excited. I paid the $545 deposit fee and now I'm just waiting for my orientation (May 23rd).
I'm sure my parents are happy for me but I think they are also worry I might not do as well as other people. I get compared a lot to other people.
Other than that they are lovely people.
I already have dreams of me doing rounds and the doctors are talking jibberish and I have no idea how to respond. I think that's one of my concern. Not understanding the doctors or nurses. Because as a patient I remember they would always use "doctor language" and I always felt stupid saying.. Idk what that word means Lol..
Have you ever had those moments when it seems like the Staff is talking in a different language?
For the 1st time in my life something good finally happened to me. MCC is a 2 yr program & I see this as a HUGE stepping stone.
I'm so excited to the point I am telling my family. I just want support from them because they don't think my body is capable. I disagree. I get how it works because I've seen it with my own eyes.
So I HATE it when they try to bring me down & psych me out. So in order to prove them wrong I want to work 4x harder. But idk reading these threads kinda skyrocketed my anxiety even more.
How is the nursing experience going with you guys?
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