If you want to succeed in nursing school, pure luck won’t work. You need to have the right attitude, skills, and good study habits if you want to ace your lessons. You’ll also need really good strategies so you can remember as much information as possible.
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This is where this list of handy nursing flashcards and memory aids can help you. Check out the huge list below and ensure your success.
1. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that occurs during the same season each year, usually during fall or winter. Symptoms include feeling sad, grumpy or anxious, loss of interest in usual activities, eating more and craving for carbohydrates, having trouble concentrating, and sleeping more but still feeling tired.
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2. Treating Phobias
Phobias involve persistent, unrealistic, intense anxiety and fear in response to specific stimuli. A person can often cope with a specific phobia by avoiding the feared object or situation. When treatment is needed, exposure therapy is often the treatment of choice.
3. NCLEX Keywords
In NCLEX, a question consists of the stem, the situation, the answer, and a few distractions. A good tip to get the correct answer is to eliminate obvious answers like absolutes. These choices are very likely to be incorrect.
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4. NCLEX Tips
Another way to get the correct answer is to find two choices that are opposites. One of them is usually the correct answer. Also, avoid choices that you have never heard of. Those choices are usually incorrect.
1. Nursing Flashcards (Communicable Diseases)
2. Nursing Flashcards (Diagnostics and Lab Procedures)
3. Nursing Flashcards (Fundamentals of Nursing)
4. Nursing Flashcards (Medical-Surgical Nursing)
5. Nursing Flashcards (Nutrition)
6. Nursing Flashcards (Obstetrics and Newborn Care)
7. Nursing Flashcards (Pediatric Nursing)
8. Nursing Flashcards (Pharmacology)
About the Author: Mary Elizabeth Velarmino Francisco earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from the Ateneo de Zamboanga University, Philippines. She is always happy to share her passion for writing and blogging. With coffee running through her veins, she enthusiastically battles each day, one article at a time.