Quote from Cayles1102
Hey, Just an FYI I went to the NW bookstore today and they did not give me two of the books on the list, the kozier study guide and the med-surg companion. I grabbed my schedule instead of the book list at orientation (which was dumb) and assumed (even dumber) that they gave me all of the books I was supposed to have. Just thought I'd let everyone know
Because now I have to go stand in that ridiculus line again.
Oh and I'm thinking on selling my nutrition book back, but maybe I should keep it. Any opinions?
Oh and another thing I didn't go to the nursing office because by the time I got to my car with the 2 heavy bags of books I didn't feel like walking back in. the snow didn't help motivating me either
. I will go tomorrow after my class. but did anyone go today?
I got my books at Western today, and the woman getting the books didn't get the Kozier or Med-Surg study guides at first, but did ask if I wanted them - which, of course, I did. In total, I got eight books: "Nurse's Handbook of Health Assessment," "Understanding the Nursing Process," "Medical-Surgical Nursing: Patient-centered Collaborative Care" (two volumes), Med-Surg Nursing study guide, "Fundamentals of Nursing" (two books), and the "Fundamentals of Nursing" study guide. (They ran around $470, I think?) I also had to go to Downriver, and I grabbed some bandage scissors, penlight, tape measure, and a nifty-looking Med-Surg Notes pocket guide. And, of course, a bajillion pens, notebooks, etc.
As far as Nutrition goes, I sold mine back long ago (I had it... spring 2008, I think?), but I'd have probably kept it, had I known it can apparently come in handy.
Didn't go to the nursing office myself. Just didn't have time. :\