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Meliss214 specializes in day surgery.

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Nope, she's mistaken because I'm not showing up until 11:45 am. Now to catch up with Russell...

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I just love to write. Doesn't really matter what the subject is, if it needs to be written, I'm gonna' love it : D

I'll be happy when there's no more 12-3 T-F classes. Bleh. Course I have intermediate skills to look forward to ;_;

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Meliss214 specializes in day surgery.

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That's right. We'll have to adjust to the 1-4, but for only 2 days a week. I'm working on the rough draft right now.

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And then dreaded clinical days, and dreaded pre-clinical days!!!

Good luck on getting it all together. A finished paper is a thing of beauty : D

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Meliss214 specializes in day surgery.

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I forgot how much I love writing. Really makes you pay attention to your choice of words. I wonder when our test grades will be posted.

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yes, the grade showed up on my computer.

how did everyone do? i'm more worried about fundamentals

than i am with health assessment, for sure!

and wow, there are so many steps involved in just

bedmaking, and bathing! i'm gonna have to practice,

practice, practice! ugh.

and russell, did it take you long to do the paper?

i wanted to start on mine but i never know how to start

out on introductory paragraphs..i hate intros!

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I made an 88. Works for me as far as I'm concerned. It's passing, and I don't need to do the mandatory remediation thing (I can just "voluntarily" do the walkthrough).

I didn't think the bed/bath stuff was that bad. Of course Mr. **** was...I don't even have the words for how he showed us. Hermaphrodite manikin didn't seem to mind though.

It took me about an hour and a half, but I'm the exception and not the rule. Once I start writing, it doesn't take but about half an hour to finish it. It's all the research I have to do that takes up the most time.

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I made a 94! Thank god, I was worried when I started lookin back in the workbook and text. I thought Dr.****'s way of showing us how to do the bed bath was hilarious. I mean I know how to do it already so it didn't really matter to me. It's really not hard but if you have never done it before I can see how it would look confusing. If he is the one grading you on your check off you have nothing to worry about, now ******????? My topic for the article he liked and asked if it was American and I said I don't know and he said I dont care its so interesting. He's so entertaining.

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Congrats! I love Dr. ****, he's definitely the best out of the three.

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y'all stop talking about **** so much :(

y'all are making me jealous. i have ******.

she's not bad, but she seems pretty strict on some things.

and the bedmaking/bath thing is frightening to me, because i'm so new

to all of it! it looks difficult... i wonder how long it'll take me to actually

memorize every freakin' step! its so detailed.

i want ****. lol

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You can practice on your own bed. Not exactly the same, but it should help when you can't get to the lab.

And I don't know what Taylor said, but as long as you don't commit any detrimental errors (walk away from the patient with the side rails down) then you'll be fine. They can't fail you if you don't do a mitered corner.

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ok. and is this our only paper we're doing this semester?

because we got the APA book and please don't tell me

it's just for one paper, haha.

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