I got ready for work this afternoon (working 6pm to 10pm). One of my cute residents goes “oh my goodness your hair is so beautiful! You look like a totally different person tonight!” I guess I better get ready for work more often. 💘😂👌🏼 I love my residents and my facility! #cna#medtech#love
I just have to say I feel blessed to be able to give to others and provide HOPE that they to can live a life of abundance physically, mentally and spiritually. .
Leading a group of believers to a healthy life while we work together and grow spiritually and physically has been fun! Proud of my friends for overcoming there defeat and pushing through. .
You are what you believe. What we practice grows stronger!
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How’s your studying going? 🧐 I get questions a lot about what did I do to study in CRNA school and can I share advice for how to study in nursing school. This is an unpopular opinion, but you need to read the book. Your books aren’t just for show. Reading PowerPoints is exactly what the name lends itself to, a point. PowerPoints are summarized thoughts of concepts that need to be read in their entirety. While it is more time consuming with an already busy personal life and school load, it is important to your understanding. Read before class. Take notes in class. Then go back and look for connections and differences in the content and see how you can relate them to the courses to create relationships. Memorization comes into play for certain things, but not the majority of one’s learning. Make lists of concepts you don’t get to be organized in your study time. Make charts, diagrams to help expand concepts and to recognize differences and similarities in concepts. If you can’t freely explain a concept you don’t know it as well as you think you do. Remember understanding transcends past getting an A on exam. It just means you know how to take an exam. Study like you have a quiz every day in class. If you learn it right the first time, it’s only review for you later. After an exam if you can’t explain the material you were just tested on then that’s brain dumping. It will get you by and you will probably pass your exams, but it doesn’t breed understanding and long term knowledge. Remember, learning styles do change so be flexible. Below I’ll recommend some resources I love: .
Saunder’s Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-RN book .
Khanacademy.com - Great videos for A&P, chem and pathophysiology
Ancient Scholar on YouTube - Great with explaining the ventilator
I recommend doing practice questions that go with your course text before exams for preparation & to have better insight of question rationales .
If you guys have any recommendations share them in the comments below so others can get help studying 💕
Microbiology (my 4th time taking it in my college career): 81.49%
Mental Health: 86.5%
All praises to God! Thank you to everyone that uplifted me this quarter. We have 2 more quarters to go to reach the finish line!!!
Estamos super orgulhosos e felizes por ter vivido mais uma linda noite de autógrafos com os nossos pequenos escritores incríveis! Os trabalhos ficaram lindos e nos encheram de orgulho! Muito obrigado a todas as famílias participantes e a todos os envolvidos neste momento tão especial! E que venha o programa de 2019! #oficinasliterárias#cna#family#love#reading#writing