I have forgotten a good amount of content from the early semesters in Nursing school, and I find review books such as Saunders to be overwhelming.
What is the best way to review or re-learn content? Flashcards? And any tips for making the whole process less overwhelming? I want to keep it focused, simple and doable.
What are the bare bones content needed to know for each topic?
Thanks in advance!
Preparing for NCLEX. Can anyone recommend good online MED Flashcards? If not, how about a good professionally made hardcopy in bookstores?
I would love something basic. A general overview of the different types, classes etc.
This is definitely my weakness. I have a GI DISORDER test this Tuesday and I struggle with all the Meds (well, meds in general).
Anyone know of any good mnemonics, ways of learning them? The professional drug flash cards you buy in a bookstore are too overwhelming and complicated.
Thank you in advance!
I can't believe I am finding it so difficult to find questions and rationales for Fundamentals of Nursing .... anyone ? links? sites? books?
I have Fundamentals Success but would like more questions.
I am going to run my first study group. There are 4 students including myself. Any tips?
I am not sure how to do it because the tests are in critical thinking format, of course.
Is it best to divide the topics amongst the students and have each one prepare a mini lecture and/or a test?
Best to simply go over the information and facts of the subject, even though its Critical Thinking?
Thanks. Any advice and tips from your experience is GREATLY appreciated.
Mr. Poopyhead had surgery three days ago and continues to complain of pain. The doctor's order reads codeine plus acetaminophen (Tylenol #3) 2 tabs po q4h for the first 48 hours post surgery. What actions should the nurse take and why?