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Mishac365
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Hello

i am currently an lpn  looking to go back and finish my bachelors . What were your go  to resources for maternal child nursing ?


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RNjackie
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Posted by: @mishac365

Hello

i am currently an lpn  looking to go back and finish my bachelors . What were your go  to resources for maternal child nursing ?

I currently work in Labor and Delivery and I learned mostly everything I knew on the floor. Ive worked at a few different hospitals and practices can vary. 


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Mishac365
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Thanks for your reply . Do you have any specific study materials you would recommend?


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Afretols
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I currently work in Labor and Delivery and I learned mostly everything I knew on the floor. Ive worked at a few different hospitals and practices can vary. 


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mamddes
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What smart devices do you use in the hospitals now? I do not mean the standard equipment. I am asking about the personal devices for the personnel like nurses. Do they equip you with anything like that? I follow the latest tech news on 4ProMedia. And it looks like in the near future many routine processes will be highly automated. So it is interesting to know if something is already implemented.


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