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Has 5 years experience. Specializes in NICU.

]I've already taken my Basic Statistical Analysis I and Nutrition for Health and Changing Lifestyles, so I have a bit lighter of a course load.. this is my schedule for term one:

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]Nursing Health Assessment (Lecture): Mon 11:30-14:20

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]Clinical Nursing Practice 2 (Gerontology): Tuesday/Wednesday: Will probably be 8:30-14:30, or might be 7-14

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]Health Promotion of Older Adults and Their Families (Lecture): Thurs 9:30-11:20 and Fri 10:30-12:20

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]Nursing Skills Laboratory: Thurs 13:30-15:15

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]Nursing Health Assessment (Lab): Thurs 15:30-17:25

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moonischasingme1

Specializes in ICU.

Monday

Fundamentals 12:00-2:50

Patho 4:30-6:20

Tuesday

Free

Wednesday

Clinical 6:30-2:20pm

Thursday

Physical exam 12:30-2:20

Patho 4:30-6:20

Friday

Lab 1:00-3:20pm

Lisa CCU RN, RN

Specializes in Geriatrics, Cardiac, ICU.

Second semester schedule:

Monday-Mental health lecture 2:00-4:50

pre-lab after class

Tuesday-Adult Health clinicals 6:45-4:00

prelab afterwards

Wednesday-Mental health clinicals

Thursday-Skills lab 8:30-10:20

Friday-Adult health lecture 9:00-2:00

I'm in my second year. This is my first semester schedule:

MONDAY

8:30am-10am: Chronic Health Challenges

10:30am-12pm: Young Families' Health

1pm-2:30pm: Pathophysiology

2:30pm-4pm: Mental Health Challenges

TUESDAY

Free :)

WEDNESDAY

8:30am-10am: Pathophysiology

10:30am-12pm: Chronic Health Challenges

1pm-2:30pm: Mental Health Challenges

2:30pm-4pm: Young Families' Health

THURSDAY

Clinical Practicum

FRIDAY

Clinical Practicum

Really excited for the L&D clinical :)

marilynmom, LPN, NP

Specializes in Adolescent Psych, PICU.

First semester:

Mon: Med/Surg 9-11am

Med/Surg Clinical 3-7pm

Tues: Physicall Assessment lecture and lab 8-11am

Med/Surg Clinical 3-11pm

Wed: free :)

Thurs: free :)

Friday: Concepts 8-11am

Psych/Mental Health: 12-2pm

Cammykiss

Has 4 years experience.

My first year of nursing classes, although all pre-req's had to out of the way first.

Nursing Care of Adults I M/W/F 9-9:50

Nursing Care of Adults I CLinicals W 2-3 and TH 7-3

Professional Nursing M/W/F 12-12:50

Health Assessment M 1-2:50

Health Assessment Lab M 5-7:50

Monday - Nursing 2 leture (childbirth) - 5:30 -11:30

Tuesday / Wednesday - OFF - Thank God

Thursday / Friday - Clinical

Megsd, BSN, RN

Specializes in Neuro.

First quarter in accelerated BSN:

Monday:

Legal, Ethical and Professional Foundations of Nursing Practice (whew!) 1:00-4:50

Tuesday:

Concepts - Altered Health Status/Pathophysiology 9:00-12:00

Advanced Health Assessment 2:00-3:50, 4:05-6:00 (I think one's lecture and one's lab)

Wednesday:

Clinical Nursing: Adults and Aging 8:00-11:50

Thursday:

Clinical

Friday:

Clinical

cathiep

Has 2 years experience. Specializes in NICU Level III.

I start my last semester next week! Here it is:

Monday

Med Surg II 1630-1850

Nursing Trends 1900-2100

Tuesday

Med Surg II 1630-1850

Friday

Pre-Clincal 1700-2100

Saturday

Clinicals 0700-1930

Cathie

1st year and 1st semester of ASN program....

M: Art and Science of Nursing Practice 9:00-11:30

T: Same as M

W: Skills Lab 3-6pm

R: Same as W

F: Free day

W & R will be my clinical days once we are through the skills lab. I will have clinicals form 3-7:15 those 2 days. I also have an online math course I am taking to help with dosage calculations.

Mondays 8am -11am Lecture

Tuesdays Clinical 7am -3pm

Wednesdays Clinical 7am -3pm

Thursdays 8am -11am Lecture

Our med/surg lectures are 3 hrs long & psych lectures are 2 hrs long, so depending on what day the lecture is about determines if we get out in 2 hours or 3 hours. We also have to do ATI testing at the end of our semester.

pipersjo, ADN, BSN, MSN

Has 6+ years experience. Specializes in SDU, Tele, Hospice, Radiology, Education.

3rd Semester (ASN)

Monday: Clinicals 8-1

Adult Health III lecture 2-4

Tuesday: Free

Wednesday: Repeat Monday

Thusday: Adult Health III test 4-6? (may change)

Friday: free

2 online classes thrown in for good measure Trends in Nursing and Theatre

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