What should I read as a nurse?
Top Books Recommended for Nurses
- Notes on Nursing: What it Is, and What it Is Not (Florence Nightingale)
- The Shift: One Nurse, Twelve Hours, Four Patients’ Lives (Theresa Brown)
- First Year Nurse: Wisdom, Warnings, and What I Wish I’d Known My First 100 Days on the Job (Kaplan Nursing)
What do nurses need the most?
7 Essential Items Every Successful Nurse Needs
- Click pens. Ask just about any nurse which pen is the best on the job and they’re likely to say, “click pens!” Why?
- Pen light. A nursing must-have!
- Nursing scissors.
- Good scrubs.
- The right shoes.
- Drug guide and nursing diagnosis app.
What textbooks do nursing students use?
- Saunders Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-RN Examination – With Access.
- Davis’s Drug Guide for Nurses – With 2 Access.
- Brunner and Suddarth’s Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing 1 and Volume 2.
- Fundamentals of Nursing – Text Only.
- Nursing Diagnosis Handbook.
What books help with nursing?
5 Great Books for Nursing Students
- Portable RN: The All-in-One Nursing Reference.
- RNotes: Nurse’s Clinical Pocket Guide.
- A Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests.
- Fluids and Electrolytes Made Incredibly Easy!
- I Wasn’t Strong Like This When I Started Out: True Stories of Becoming a Nurse.
What are your weaknesses nursing?
Spending too much time on paperwork. Paying too much attention to detail. Attempting to complete too many tasks at once. A lack of clinical experience, which may apply to recent graduates or new nurses.
How much are nursing books?
Nursing School Books: In most cases, you can probably expect to pay about $300-700 for books each semester. You can cut these costs by really looking for deals online, and then also reselling them after the semester is over.