I'm heading into my last semester of nursing school so everything from now on will be mostly on site learning. I am a firm believer that nurses learn the most from hands on experience so I am very excited to finally work with a preceptor one on one. However, I am looking for audiobook recommendations that will help me keep fresh with all the nursing fundamentals to really be the best nurse possible. Stuff like nursing interventions, basic pathophysiology, drug ADRs, etc. I am not above learning anything too basic. There are some I have found tailored to medical students but those go more in depth than I can understand. I prefer audiobook so I can listen while in the car, working out, etc. Any suggestions?