So, what happens next? Any advice? What should I brush up on? What books should I read now, while waiting for the program to begin? Uniforms/equipment requirements? Medical/insurance requirement? Which hospitals/facility offer clinicials? Anything you know now, that you wish you knew before you started the program? I realize that there will be an orientation, but any advice from the student's perspective would be invaluable. Thank you in advance for your time.
Sep 4, '11
September 4, 2011-
Reviewed previous WCCCD nursing student's thread and noticed a disturbing trend. On average approximately only 30-40% of the accepted students graduate from the program.
Looked up WCCCD Nursing Curriculum and rented or purchased (inexpensive ones) first semester books. My goal is to stay a semester ahead of my classes. (Don't fall behind, you don't have to catch up and fast track, becomes a breeze)
I found and reviewed-http://youtu.be/lVj3wXGuO_g
Looked up Universities in Michigan that offer Nurse Practitioner Career Path degrees.
Out of curiosity:
Researched ten panel drug screen test.
Last edit by rbrandnew on Sep 4, '11
Sep 9, '11
September 9, 2011-Received UPS delivery, 'Understanding the Nursing Process/Concept Mapping and Care Planning for Students via Bookrenter.com
While searching for ABG links, I stumbled upon a really good web series:
Check it out...I love it!
Found, reviewed and bookmarked an excellent ABG study link:
(I truly understand, ABG now
Last edit by rbrandnew on Sep 9, '11