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how to teach myself microbiology

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by kwillie kwillie (New) New

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Hi Everyone,

This is my first post on this forum, so hope it's in the right spot : )

I am starting an accelerated nursing program this summer and my program does not require microbiology as a prerequisite. I don't have the space in my schedule to take it this semester, but I was wondering if anyone can recommend some resources or even a good textbook that I could use to teach myself so that I will have the background that I need.

thanks!

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Pink Magnolia is a BSN, RN and specializes in LAD.

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I suggest you focus on what you are studying now and get through your accelerated program. A BSNA program is already intense and you won't find much free time to read other books... let alone have a life. I'm just being honest. I admire your enthusiasm though. I can tell you are going to be a good nursing student. You will learn a lot about viruses, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi during your nursing courses, such as pharm, patho, Med-surg. Hope this helps :)

This may be a useful tool though:

Microbiology | Homework Help | CliffsNotes

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