scottrho 3,237 Views
Joined: Jan 3, '08;
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can you imagine if physicians did this kind of petty behaviors - maybe we should take along look and learn from them about professional relations
First of all, as a vegetarian, I must protest. The professor is obviously under the influence of embalming fluid....much too much time spent around that barrel of dead cats.
Secondly, please tell me honestly what the heck are students expected to learn by fishing through decaying cat flesh? I never have figured out where to put that bit of learning in my 20 year old career. Do you think we can move these nursing schools out of the dark ages? A simple plastic replica (just like the heart or lungs demonstrated every day somewhere in an up to date lab) would be sooooo much simpler and lord knows we won't have to worry about finding aunt nellie's missing cat in the anatomy class!
The class in which I studied A & P had tons of questions that should have been addressed - but oh, no, we were kept busy slicing. Gross. Vile and pathetic.
"The course includes a lab component, though lab is not a requirement for the nursing program to which I have been admitted."
I'm sorry, but I cannot imagine a nursing program worth its salt that would not require a lab for A&P. It's just too important. IMHO
guess i'm missing something. why is it "needless to say" that the girlfriend was nominated to make all the decisions for the patient? was the wife estranged or something?
Wow, lots of bono picks, for me, not even a little bit. But that's OK, looks like I get Craig Ferguson all to myself
I am from Iowa, but am a nursing student in WA state. According to my mom, who desperately wants me to move back to Iowa, they do have a tuition reimbursment program. You do have to sign a contract and stay in the state for a number of years to qualify. I don't know the details.
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