In need of Evolve RN Case Studies (Laryngeal Cancer) answers, have some to trade.
Jan 10, 2012
We have to do these often but aren't graded on them. They're sooo long, good luck!
Has 1 years experience.
Jan 11, 2012
This isn't going to come out as polite as I intend, but are you serious? Asking to trade Evolve case studies under a screen name of StrugglingRN student. I just find that hilarious. Do your own Case Studies, read the question and try to think your way through to the answer reading all rationales, and then maybe you could change your screen name to something to be proud of.
(Ok well I guess in my mind it was polite, but now reading it I realize it is not.. sorry)
nurseprnRN, BSN, RN
agree with wms above... as a nurse you won't be able to say, "hey, take care of my patients for me, ok?"
The oddest thing about this entire post is that the publisher puts almost all of the answers to the Evolve case studies on their site - look them up! Nurses need to be resourceful. Asking for something that's readily available to you for your own learning is, to put it politely, odd.
Specializes in ED, OR, Oncology.
Has 6 years experience.
Jan 14, 2012
Is it set up so you can only go through them once? I was always able to go through the case a second (or more) time to improve score for grading. I thought of them more as a learning tool than a testing tool.
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