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by itsme583 itsme583 (New Member) New Member

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Hi All-

I thought that it would be a good idea for everyone to post their most useful documents that they used in Nursing school such as clinical sheets, critical thinking sheets, care plan templates etc.

Thanks,

Jen:yeah:

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cjcsoon2bnp works as a ED NP and Clinical Instructor.

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I think this is a good topic. I hope people are willing to share their resources but just make sure you try looking around the site using the search feature to make sure this topic wasn't already covered somewhere else. I only say that because I know a lot of people get really ticked off when they have already contributed to a topic like this only to see another thread up asking for the same exact information. I have something I am working on for clinicals as we speak, I will let you know when I'm done.

!Chris :specs:

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aellisrn has 7 years experience.

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My best friend in nursing school made an Excel spreadsheet to put medications in for our drug sheets for clinicals. If you had already looked up one medication, the next time you ran across it, you didn't have to look it up again all you had to do was copy and paste and print! Genius idea! saved alot of writing or typing! Also, in 3rd semseter a care plan book helped tremendously!!

HTH!

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EMR*LPN has 35 years experience and works as a LPN/IT Support.

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Back in my day, shortly after the dinosaurs, but before computers, flash cards for meds was invaluable. Also used flash cards for study groups before tests. :smokin:

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back in my day, shortly after the dinosaurs, but before computers, flash cards for meds was invaluable. also used flash cards for study groups before tests. :smokin:

i'm a new grad and i have to tell you flash cards are still invaluable. they work anywhere! waiting in line at the store, waiting in a doctor's office, downtime at work... i could go on and on; so much easer to always have on hand than a text book. i had a friend that would put them in a document on a label format and send them out to us, she said that just creating them helped her study.

ps sorry if this posted twice, i got knocked off-line in my first attempt.:uhoh3:

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