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  Pre-Nursing
A & P
Biology & Chemistry
Human Development
"Notes on Nursing"
History of Nursing
Nursing Theory
 
Clinical
  Assessments
Care Plans/Maps
Nursing Procedures
Writing and Reporting
Medications
 
  Select Topics
  Critical Thinking
Current Issues in Nursing
Evidence Based Practice
Practice Questions
Spirituality
Transcultural Nursing
Workplace Advancements
 
System & Disease Links
Cardiac
Ear
Endocrine
Eye
Gastrointestinal
Hematological
Integumentary
Musculoskeletal
Neurological
Peripheral Vascular
Renal
Respiratory
 
  Practice Areas
  Geriatrics
Leadership & Management
Maternal/Newborn
Medical/Surgical
Mental Health
Oncology
Palliative Care
Pediatric
 
Resource Key
Information Level
Beginner/Pre-Nursing Student
Intermediate
Advanced/Detailed
Length
3 pages or less
4-7 pages
more then 7
Authored by
Student Nurse
Nurse
PhD Nurse, MD
Professional Org. Other/Unknown

Nursing Resource Guide

 
 
Follow the Yellow Brick Road


Welcome New Students! You've made an excellent career choice. Now lets get started.

Browse through the resource pages listed to the left. They will help get you started on your nursing journey. The resources best suited for new and pre-students are followed by the icon, the yellow beginner "bricks".

In our resource list you'll find interactive exercises, videos and pages with different levels of information written by many authors. Seeing the material presented in a variety of ways helps retention and understanding of the material.

Anatomy and Physiology is not just a prerequisite to the nursing program, it's a large part or your nursing foundation. Students who best understand how the body systems function and interact, find it much easier to understand nursing concepts.

We have a general Anatomy and Physiology page which is a great place to start. You can also study system by system in the the "System and Disease links" at the lower left of this page. Those pages incorporate nursing assessments, diseases and interventions so you start to see how each body system relates to nursing knowledge. The science of Nursing is all about helping people towards increased health. Knowing, in great detail, how the healthy body functions will give you an advantage in upper level classes.

Don't forget to check out our article, "Are You Ready For Nursing School?"

 

Resource Key
Information Level
Beginner/Pre-Nursing Student
Intermediate
Advanced/Detailed
Length
3 pages or less
4-7 pages
more then 7
Authored by
Student Nurse
Nurse
PhD Nurse, MD
Professional Org. Other/Unknown
 
 
 

 


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