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Advanced pathophysiology

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Rocknurse is a MSN, APRN, NP and specializes in Critical Care and ED.

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I'm taking advanced patho this Fall and I'd like to spend the remaining weeks of summer reading up a bit before class starts. Can anyone who has taken this class recommend what I should be reading up on? Which parts did you wish you'd known more about before the class? I have ordered my textbook and also the Clinical Pathophysiology Made Incredibly Simple book and I'd like to get a head start.

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mtsteelhorse has 16 years experience and specializes in Correctional Nursing; MSN student.

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What school are you attending? I read the Incredibly Simple book to prepare. Good luck!

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BirkieGirl has 25 years experience.

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i am taking it this fall as well and reading the same thing...good luck in the class!!

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Rocknurse is a MSN, APRN, NP and specializes in Critical Care and ED.

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Thanks all. No, I am in the acute program at UCONN.

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littlepeopleRNICU has 7 years experience and specializes in NICU, telemetry.

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There seems to be a lot of us who are starting programs this fall and will be taking some of the same classes the first semester. Maybe we should start a generic group or thread to come back to share tips/experiences with each other? It would also be a good place for those researching where they'd like to apply, to see differences among schools.

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Rocknurse is a MSN, APRN, NP and specializes in Critical Care and ED.

1,367 Posts; 27,519 Profile Views

There seems to be a lot of us who are starting programs this fall and will be taking some of the same classes the first semester. Maybe we should start a generic group or thread to come back to share tips/experiences with each other? It would also be a good place for those researching where they'd like to apply, to see differences among schools.

I'll actually be starting my second year, but I'd love to be part of this group.

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