According to the B-Train Fall 2007 - Volume I
Short and sweet explanation of what my purpose is. This is to be updated as muchas possible. With notes from class, slides, and the textbook, I hope to come up withsome easy to remember study guides to help us get through this class.
I will attempt to continue to updatethis guide. I, Eina Jane, am themain editor of this project. I havehopes of passing on whatever knowledge I may have accruedover the years. Nursing school is hard. I, for one,admit having difficulty adjusting tothe pace of the program. It will take time, but it doeshappen. If you need help, there are a lot of resourcesavailable. Take advantage of our professors’ officehours. If you are determined, it will happen.Ramapo’s nursing program is different from other nursing programs. It provides students a basic foun-dation of the sciences in order to comprehend themore advanced topics covered in nursing practicum.It provides non-science oriented students access tothe basic theories of nursing science. Although nurs-ing may seem far from science, its foundation relieson the laws of physics, the chemistry of compounds,the biology of life, and the many ‘mumbo-jumbo’that makes the sciences a difficult subject to compre-hend. After a two year completion of these pre-requisites, juniors are now considered to be nursingmajors. The curriculum is strict and does not allowfor a customized schedule. This is where this guidecomes in. It is in no shape or form supposed to re- place actual textbook reading and note-taking. Thisis a supplement. I hope to make this a simpler ver-sion of the text book, and more organized than our notes. I will try my best to make this an easy read.
Bergenﬁeld B-Train Chronicles
The crew: ShayneRoselle Aca-Ac, EinaJane Marie Adlawan,Ton Garcia and KarynJoy Jaramillo left itsmark yet again. At-tending EnglewoodHospital’s NursingProgram is one of the biggest accomplishments of their lives. Keeping an upbeat outlook in life, theycontinue to pursue their dreams of becoming nurses.The program tests their ability to adapt and learnnew ways of surviving the real world. The real worldhas forced them to use their special abilities to go outthere, work hard, and have fun.