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  1. by   augigi
    Med calculation website for nurses:
  2. by   CRIMSON
    Can someone give me a website demonstrates proper 12 lead EKG electrode placement? Thanks for any info.
  3. by   AmyORlpn
    this is great. i love this site. i just can't get enough information here. thanks for all the info. i'm luv'n it!!!!!!

    lpn student in oregon
  4. by   sydylo
    Does anyone have any good websites for maternal child nursing? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks:spin:
  5. by   Daytonite
    hmmmm. . .i'm surprised these aren't posted on here somewhere. here you go. - listing of emedicines topics on obstetrics and gynecology - online student companion website for maternal-newborn & child nursing by marcia l. london, patricia a. ladewig, jane w. ball, and ruth l. bindler.

    this is a free student resources site for foundations of maternal-newborn nursing at you need to register to get access to the free resources [make sure you remember your username (which evolve assigns to you) and password]
    case studies are under course documents/resources. there is also a neonatal assessment video that you can watch.

    for assessment information or guidelines also check out this allnurses thread:

  6. by   Daytonite
    when you have to, and your instructors have given you no other guidance on how to manage your group and the group project, here's some links that some thoughtful educators put together to help students get through these assignments. . .yes, there is a reason you are having to do them. - student survival guide to managing group projects. click on the links to get into the text. - use of teams in classes. a slide show presentation on teamwork, how to create teams and how to work on team projects. - teamwork. site specifically for students to help you in working together in a team. - team tutorial - cog's ladder. the five steps necessary for a group of people to work together efficiently. - tuckman's stages of team development: forming, storming, norming and performing. - working as part of an academic team. a bit scholarly and probably written more for instructors, buy, hey! might as well get some insight as to what their thinking process is, don't you think?

    if you want more information about teams and teamwork, one of the books that is considered to be a standard reference on this subject can probably be found in most libraries: the team handbook, peter r. scholtes, brian l. joiner, barbara j. streibel. team approach to accomplishing work projects is a common method employed by a large number of industries.
    Last edit by Daytonite on Jun 1, '07
  7. by   beaualexandrite
    Hi! I am new here and I already love the site. I am getting all the information I needed in my study. Thank you to eveyone who keep on sharing!
  8. by   nwstdnt
  9. by   wan2banrseNms I don't know if this one has been posted yet, but I found it useful since my steth. didn't come with heart/lung sounds software.
  10. by   allthingsbright

    This site has tons of nurse and nurse student (scroll down on the left) blogs that are GREAT! It's my favorite so far...
  11. by   TX_TeleRN
    I wish I had found and this thread at the beginning of my nursing school experience. Many of these links would have come handy!!! Good luck to you, current and future nursing students!
  12. by   helloworld
    I found this list on another forum, haven't had time to check them out so I don't know if they're any good.
  13. by   CH080605
    This thread just saved my butt on a careplan! Thanks, guys!