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Nurses and Bacteria March 15, 2005

Posted by danucube in Nursing, Prenursing.
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Have not update this blog for 3 months because I am busy like anything. I am taking a study break as I have 5 tests in these two weeks.

Taking A&P and Micro at the same time is probably good preparation for me in terms of adjusting to the rate of learning in nursing school. Concepts are usually not hard, just so much information in such a short time and that is the hard part.

I am very fortunated however to continue to have excellent teachers. Great A&P teachers. The Micro teacher is funny too and have a good sense of humor (she brought tons of candy for the class the day after she grossed everyone out about how bateria works in plague).

As with regard to the previous post about 3 months ago, it does seem that nurses are everywhere. I come to conclude that nurses are like bacteria, they are everywhere!

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