Maternal Child Heath Who is learning this semester? - page 2
We are beginning this next week over the next semester and looks daunting- lots of reading!! It looks like we read the entire book in 8 weeks along with other stuff- Ughh! Over 1800 pages! ... Read More
Jan 21, '07Occupation: Medical Specialty: Med/Surg <1; Epic Certified <1 ; Joined: Nov '05; Posts: 2,257; Likes: 366Quote from sacrdhazelJust an FYI as I hadn't seen it around these threads for quite some time, but that book was killing my "tennis elbow", so I took it to Kinko's and had them rebind it in to 4 smaller versions....makes it MUCH easier to lug around AND read!! I think they charge $4 each section for the binding, and another $1 for a front and back plastic cover for each section. Well worth it in my opinion!!We are using Maternal-Child Nursing Care by London. 2000 pages long.
Sheesh, you'd think medical people would know better than to risk our backs like this!!
Jan 21, '07Joined: Dec '05; Posts: 1,375; Likes: 248Hey I have twins- they are almost 20 now! So yes, you do live thru it!
Jan 21, '07Joined: Mar '06; Posts: 57; Likes: 1thanks!
and oyyyy 20 eh? you made it thru the teen years. my girls are almost 2.5 and they are a bundle of energy. keeps me on my toes though.
also, i was praying they didnt make us lug the book to class everyday, but i am going to need a nice quiet place to study, so lugging it to the library may do a number on my joints. I will def give that binding a try. tsm!
Jan 24, '07Joined: Dec '05; Posts: 1,375; Likes: 248Anyone know any easy ways to remember any of the info? I am doing okay but feel I should be doing better. Waiting on ordering the Straight A's book once i get my tax return which I am hoping will be very very soon.
Mar 29, '09Occupation: RN Emergency Department Specialty: 3 year(s) of experience ; From: US ; Joined: Nov '08; Posts: 3thank you to daytonite for the prenhall.com resources.
http://wps.prenhall.com/chet_london_maternal_1 - online student companion website for maternal-newborn & child nursing by marcia l. london, patricia a. ladewig, jane w. ball, and ruth l. bindler. on the top menu bar of this home page is a drop down arrow where you pick a chapter of interest. once into these chapters you will find an audio glossary of obstetrical terms (you can access it here
this is great!