This class was tough.
Dr. Gray is one of the most in depth through teachers that a student could ask for. But, in this class you cannot and I repeat cannot get by with a nonchalant attitude. You must study. You must be prepared. And if she tells you this is important you better write it down and read about it because it will be on the test. Read all of your material. Look at every resource that is given to you. If you do that you will succeed in this class.
Fundamentals of nursing is the main highlights of this class. Learning the what makes a good nurse, the nursing process, and how to a positive nursing outcome. I learned the skills in nursing such as medicine administration, how to assess, diagnosis, and implement plans for making a patient to get healthy again. Also therapeutic conversations to have with patients that will get them through their healing or passing process in a way that is not as stressful
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Advice for students:
Read, Read, Read. I know that seems very vague, but in truth it is the best advice a person can give. Read your text book, read your lecture notes, Read your resources given to you on the computer. Read. and practice every skill that you are taught constantly