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Nurse's Drug Guide

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gchelak specializes in Pediatrics.

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I am going to be a new nursing student in the fall and was advised by the school to get a Nurse's Drug guide (Prentice Hall) for the class.

I saw that there are hard copy and PDA versions for 2004.

Does anyone have advice as to which would be better for me as a new student?

Any advice on 1st year classes/clinicals? :chair:

Much appreciated!

Thanks

Gail

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If you are good at using the PDA go for it. I have a friend who used the PDA after graduating and she liked it better than the hard copy. Also, I know many nurses where I used to work, they use it all the time, and they get answers fast, plus I think the PDA has good learning tools, such as drug calculation and I think you have the option of upgrade.

I prefered the hard copy because I don't have a PDA. lol

As for advice on 1st year clasess and clinicals...study, study..and don't be scared is not that bad. Is just something new.

good luck

Rubria

I am going to be a new nursing student in the fall and was advised by the school to get a Nurse's Drug guide (Prentice Hall) for the class.

I saw that there are hard copy and PDA versions for 2004.

Does anyone have advice as to which would be better for me as a new student?

Any advice on 1st year classes/clinicals? :chair:

Much appreciated!

Thanks

Gail

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