Advanced Pathophysiology - page 2
Can anyone give some advance tips on Advanced Pathophysiology? Are we talking cellular level class memorization or clinical application/differential diagnosis? I have no idea what to expect. I graduated with BSN >15 years ago.... Read More
- 2May 28, '09 by psychVARNHi! any new developments with your class? I bought this book called Patho Made Ridiculously Easy (amazon.com)and it really breaks down the information in an easy to understand manner. I wonder if you might find it helpful for your quizzes! good luck! I start online Patho in the Fall.
Are you taking patho online or traditional classroom?
- 0May 28, '09 by Christen, ANPLOL - my most memorable moment was passing the class!
Most of the classes we take as APNs tend to be (IMO) "building classes" - i.e., we've already got a lot of this knowledge, we've seen some (or many) of these disease processes in our practice, but now we're building on the knowledge we already have. Having a better, more thourough understanding of the disease processes really helps you understand what exactly is going on with that patient, and what you, the APN, are going to do about it.
My book came with a workbook which broke down each chapter to, like, four pages, so I was able to breeze through the things I was very familiar with and suppliment with the text those areas I didn't really know.
- 3May 29, '09 by Christen, ANPHere's the workbook:
Like I said, very helpful!
- 0Aug 6, '12 by IntouchwuHi I am a psych nurse returning to Grad school enrolled in PMHNP program online after being out of school for more than 10 years. I noticed from your thread that you saved pathophysiology notes, outlines and partice questions. I have written others in this tread for the same, but no reponses. It is good to know there are some good Samaritans out here. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks in advance and outlines