Published Sep 13, 2003
Anyone know where I can buy one, preferrably used? I tried looking on ebay and came up empty. I'm going to check amazon later. I was able to find my textbooks on amazon but thought a study guide would help me organize myself better.
Thanks in advance,
BBFRN, BSN, PhD
Are you having this problem, too? I am currently taking this course right now, and am having problems following the course outline- it doesn't follow the primary source listed very well at all does it? http://www.wadsworth.com/cgi-wadsworth/course_products_wp.pl?fid=M20b&product_isbn_issn=0534533434&discipline_number=14 I did come across this website which was listed on the back of the Atchley textbook as a companion site for the book, but it's not much help, either.
If I find any study guides for this subject, I'll post them here for you, but I'm not having much luck so far.
I thought it was just me. I've done self study courses before and thought this wouldn't be too hard but it kind of is. I have tried following the outline but it isn't working out. I bought both books but that hasn't helped either. I'll check out the link you posted. I'm thinking I should have started my Excelsior career with something other than gerontology...lol.
Starting out with Nursing courses helped me a lot. Now I know what the exams are like at least. I did find a Gerontology CEU course that is pretty informative so far- and the info on it coincides with the questions on the back of the outline. http://www.nyu.edu/education/nursing/hartford.institute/course/ try this- it's free if you don't take the CEU credit, and I'm learning a lot on the subject so far .
awesome thanks for the info
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