Maternal and Newborn Success: A Course Review Applying Critical Thinking to Test Taking / Edition 1

Maternal and Newborn Success: A Course Review Applying Critical Thinking to Test Taking / Edition 1

by Margot R. De Sevo, Desevo
3.4 12
ISBN-10:
0803619065
ISBN-13:
9780803619067
Pub. Date:
06/26/2009
Publisher:
F. A. Davis Company

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Maternal and Newborn Success 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
WeLuvBooks More than 1 year ago
This is an incredible tool to help nursing students study. It provides critical thinking questions with rationales for both right and wrong answers. I highly recommend this, along with the rest of the "Sucess" series for your nursing student career. It will help to improve your scores!
RN_Student_in_AZ More than 1 year ago
Last semester I bought the Med-Surg Success and absolutely loved it. I used it while studying to help solidify the application of the material I was reading. Again, I loved it, and have recommended it to EVERYONE I know who is in a nursing program. This semester I bought Maternal and Newborn Success as well as Pediatric Success thinking I would be equally as happy. The only problem I am having is the "Bonus CD" for both books is only for PC (the Med-Surg CD was for both PC and Mac). I'm a Mac girl, so the disc is very little use to me on my school computer. No problem, I'm also a nursing student, and problem solving is our middle name. My husband still uses a PC! Problem solved? NOT. The Maternal and Newborn success disc that came with the book is defective and does not work on any of the multiple PC's I have tried it on. Very frustrating. Although, I have little experience with utilizing this text, the dysfunctional non-Mac disk is a disappointment.
Sasha_Elliott More than 1 year ago
Made my first A in nursing school! Thanks to Maternal Newborn Success and endless amount of questions. If you study in group of people and doing questions together I recommend to plan a study session for yourself because there is not enough time to cover all the questions in one study session.
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