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Old 10-15-2007, 04:03 PM
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It wont compare to yours but I'm glad you've decided to take a look!

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Old 11-16-2007, 07:08 AM
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Talking hi!!!

I'm Gerald , can you be my friend and guide to this field. I AM A STUDENT OF NURSING AND I FIND SOME DIFFICULTIES IN MY SUBJECT HUMAN ANATOMY CAN YOU GIVE ME SOME ADVICE TO HAVE A HIGH GRADES.
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Old 11-16-2007, 02:37 PM
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Hi Gerald, welcome to Nursing Voices. Its great to have another nursing student in our midst. We can't guarantee to help with your grades but if you ask the right questions who knows what wonderful answers you will get?
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I'm Gerald , can you be my friend and guide to this field. I AM A STUDENT OF NURSING AND I FIND SOME DIFFICULTIES IN MY SUBJECT HUMAN ANATOMY CAN YOU GIVE ME SOME ADVICE TO HAVE A HIGH GRADES.
Study.

Study groups? Sometimes it really helps to study with others because they may have ways of remembering things that you haven't thought of.

Flash cards were always a huge help to me. Yes, even in college. Not only do you learn by going through them, you really cement it in by reading the info and writing it on the cards.

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Old 11-22-2007, 03:19 AM
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I was never one for group studying, but it helps if you are learning the physiology as you are learning the anatomy. Otherwise, I found plain anatomy to be rote memorization. Physiology helps you remember what works with what and makes anatomy a lot easier!

And welcome to Nursing Voices - I'm getting caught up on all the new folks tonight!
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Julie,

I have just read your blog post (Sunday, November 04, 2007,
Face Up, Flat On My Back) and can't thank you enough! If a merry heart is good medicine, you have cured what ailed me! I laughed until I wheezed and then laughed some more so closely did I identify with this post.

Thanks !!

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Old 01-03-2008, 01:30 PM
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Julie,

I have just read your blog post (Sunday, November 04, 2007,
Face Up, Flat On My Back) and can't thank you enough! If a merry heart is good medicine, you have cured what ailed me! I laughed until I wheezed and then laughed some more so closely did I identify with this post.

Thanks !!

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Quick!!! Albuterol via nebulizer for Joy, STAT!

And I have to go read that post......
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Old 01-03-2008, 04:23 PM
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There's me thinking I had written something funny, but no it's the other Julie! Just read it and you are right LesleyJoy!

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Old 01-21-2008, 11:22 PM
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Thanks ladies! Just saw the last few posts. Don't know where I've been that I missed these.

Glad you enjoyed the post. It was such an embarrassing moment, but it made me laugh too. I still giggle about it!
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