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any info on nsg V???? do we have as much work as med-surge rotations?
Is it less difficult than the others????
lol.... Nursing V SUCKED!!. Most of the Pedi Professors that lectured were horrible she contradicted herself many times when teaching us and then when we asked ske look it up in the book. The test were bad!! I was an A/solid B student and let me tell you I struggled on those exams. One girl in my class only went the day of exams. she never listened to them. Hasbro RN's treat the students like crap. you just have to suck it up and smile. OB was not half as bad. you are being taught my unstructors (except for 1) that had a clue. good luck
I'm starting IV this upcoming semester.... any advice?? I've already started meeting w/ my study group...but we're kind of just going over everything from Nurs II...not really sure which direction to head..just trying to get back in the mindframe. What are the differences between II and IV?????
Nsg IV goes into more details...I thought it was as grueling as NSG II...I used the Saunders Review book throughout all the nursing courses as well using it for studying for boards...It was my most prized possession. Good Luck you are almost there! On the bright side NSG V is much better...
I knew someone taking nursing 4. She said it was easier than nursing 2 and that is essentially builds on what she already learned, from Nursing 2. But talk to different people and they might say something else.
I have learned to not psych myself out based on what others say. People told me anatomy was scary, and while I agree it was allot a memorization, it was not hard to understand. I am going in Nursing 1 will confidence.
:lol_hitti I work at Hasbro as a CNA and find this funny that the nurses are so awful to the students. Of course I work nights.. that's when the better people work.
I've heard that from a lot of people. I think it really depends where you are in Hasbro. I work in the Hasbro ED and most of the nurses down there are pretty nice but I'm guessing your not going to see too many nursing students down there. I'm hoping that when I get into my Pedi clinicals I might know a few people from upstairs by that point so it won't be so bad.