Sometimes being in nursing school can be like leading a double life. One foot is bravely stepping into the medical world, while the other foot still very much relies on its foundation of the common knowledge of laypeople to keep balanced.
This unbalance continues until the experienced nurse is able to gracefully cross the divide and plant both feet firmly onto fresh territory. In the meantime, the nursing student must be able to navigate this foreign language of using Latin terminology and industry vernacular to more accurately describe a patients’ state to the rest of the health care team.
Here are some strategies that will help you..
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