Please note: The resources listed in this page
are not "official" sources. I mainly used them
for extra help. Kindly check the values and
make corrections accordingly.
Aside from focusing, trying to understand what I am reading was the next challenge. My husband had mentioned that since I am bi lingual, it is a little slower for me to understand in English since I am trying to translate it in my own language. Made sense. But, I don't think that was it. The material was just so darn confusing. I have to read it over and over again to better understand.
With that said, I depended on a lot of extra resources, to help me get a better grasp of what the heck is going on.
This page is for nursing students who might need additional resources for your studies. This page will be updated periodically. There is always something new going on.
Have a great time in nursing school and always remember to take some time out for yourself. Sometimes, you might just need to take a step back, take a deep breath, re group, focus then move forward. If you have any questions, concerns, need advice, please email me : firstname.lastname@example.org
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CPR / Certification Resources
A guide to CPR certification: http://www.cprcertificationtrainingonline.com/
American Heart Association: http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/CPRAndECC/CPR_UCM_001118_SubHomePage.jsp
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