Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) FNP program...any info to share?
- 0May 15, '12 by julieliveHello! I have been accepted into the MTSU FNP program with my classes beginning this summer. For summer, 2012 I am taking Advanced Patho/Health Assessment/Pharmacology.<br>
Does anyone have ANY experience with this program or information? Since its online, I know NO ONE and would really appreciate any information that can be shared.<br>
Thank you!Last edit by julielive on May 15, '12 : Reason: incorrect wording
- 1I know this was posted a while back. Hopefully, this can help other students.
These books helped me through clinical portions of the program:
Common Symptom Guide by Wasson
Merck Manual of Patient Symptoms: A Concise, Practical Guide to Etiology, Evaluation, and Treatment by Porter
In A Page Signs and Symptoms by Kahan
In A Page Ambulatory Medicine by Kahan
In A Page Pediatric Signs & Symptoms by Teitelbaum
Family Nurse Practitioner Review and Resource Manual (3rd Ed) by ANCC
Quote from julieliveHello! I have been accepted into the MTSU FNP program with my classes beginning this summer.
- 0I learned everything the hardest way possible. I hope these resources help others who are coming into the program.
These helped me with my SOAP notes:
SOAP for Family Medicine by Maldonado
SOAP for Emergency Medicine by Bond
SOAP for Pediatrics by Polisky
SOAP for Obstetrics and Gynecology by Uzelac
Differential Diagnosis Pocket: Clinical Reference Guide by Sailer and WasnerLast edit by Chrsten on Apr 10, '13
- 0Apr 24, '13 by ChrstenLots (and lots and lots) of papers. Definitely Proctored tests.
A lot of learning things on your own. That's why those books were posted to help others.