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S: Nursing Class of 2011

BC: "I think one's feelings waste themselves in words, they ought all to be distilled into actions and into actions which bring results" -Florence Nightingale Caring is the essence of nursing. Jean Watson "Nurses are a unique kind. They have this insatiable need to care for others, which is both their biggest strength and fatal flaw." "You will find as you look back upon your life that the moments in which you have truly lived are the moments when you have done things in the spirit of love"

FC: Nursing

2: A N A T O M Y L A B

3: Freshman & Sophomore Year

4: Becoming Family Sophomore Year Lifespan Skits | "Families are like fudge, mostly sweet with a few nuts."

5: That had to be the hardest part ...right? | Sophomore year graduation celebration

6: Jane, our first patient! | junior year

9: { | { | NURSING LOVE | Valentine's Dinners | Philippines Presentation (Mam Kit and Sir Steve!) | Fancy Nerts Night

11: It's The Little Things In Life That Matter | CCF | Hannah Montanah and Taylor Swift | Breaks during orientation, Moo-nlit Masquerade, picnics by the c-store (and Angie)

12: Day at Teak's Farm

13: Nursing Student Association | tree outside barnett | Steve: melting candle or seaside sunrise? | Exec team | Finishing first semseter junior year

14: Hospitals, psych units, and home health

15: junior and senior year | Trip to Hannibal Regional | Boonville with Dr. Lovy, Lancaster for Home Health, Novinger for Schools

16: Don't worry, this is for class. | we study together, play together, eat together. living life together. | Fake baby, Empathy Belly, Neonatal Resucitation, and Marathon Training.

20: Life brings simple pleasures to us every day. It is up to us to make them wonderful memories. ~Cathy Allen

22: Big Event Spring '10 & '11

23: A Day to Give Thanks

24: We're twins, can't you tell? | sugar daddy, jelly bean, doublemint, and melonhead | 3.5 - 5 potassium, 0.5-5 TSH. 0.8-2.0, It's the Dig, don't ya know. | Bifurcate!

25: Nursing Family | The Lord will fulfill His purpose for me; your steadfast love, O Lord, endures forever. Do not forsake the work of your hands. Psalm 138:8


27: Our welcome to Jose R. Reyes Medical Center... | ...and our departure | Party in the Philippines | week 1: Manila

28: the pier | story time in room 602 | dance our way to clinicals | roommates

29: MY BIRTHDAY! | VIP treatment in the supermarket | and dancing with friends | dinner at the mall

30: What's better to do than circ some teens (minor OR), cuddle some babes (nursery-initial newborn care), deliver a baby and suture the mom (OB), and watch a goiter removal (major OR)? | and two 14 hour days | 45 minutes with phototherapy baby | the norm

32: villa escudero

33: Week 2: Iloilo

34: Kate and Serlyn | Rachel and Jing-jing | Emily and April | Alyssa and Reylan | Julie and Reynie | Jamie and Vanessa | Jackie and Damie | Kassie and Woody | Katie and Badz | Karrie and Iah | Theresa and Tahani | Becky and Ian | OUR B U D D I E S

35: serenading & dancing

36: medical ward: tube feedings, trach care, and NG tubes | pediatric ward | pap smears and interviews at the Social Hygiene Clinic | interviews at the Sanitarium/Leprosarium | visiting with the local village | visiting the elderly community on BINGO day

37: work together, play together | Karaoke Bar

38: Iloilo and Guimaras weekend

39: beautiful mam

42: snorkling

43: and scuba diving

44: From Party in the Philippines... | stuck in the Philippines

45: Wacky Wacky!

48: MONA Day

49: The City of Jefferson

50: Unit Presentations and Capstones | Healing Waters ICU

53: You're invited! To: The Ceremonial Cleansing/Purging Bonfire

55: BBQ at Pam's

57: LIVE WELL LAUGH OFTEN LOVE MUCH | Senior Dinner and Bar Crawl

58: End-of-the-year Shenanigans

62: PINNING May 6

64: GRADUATION MAY 7, 2011

67: First reaction to graduating!

68: “Babies are uncooked, and adults are burned.” | Nursing School is like giving birth. The first year, it's exciting. "I'm a nursing major! Hi, guess what! I'm a nursing major!" The second year, it gets a little harder. "Oh, that hurt a little bit. Ouch, oh, oo, ow." Junior Year: "AHHHHHHHHHHHH" Senior Year: "I'm almost there, I'm almost there." Then graduation, you get it, you're done. But, no matter how many times a woman gives birth, you always forget about delivering the placenta. And that's your first six months working, and let me tell you, it isn't pretty. -Melissa | Heavens to Betsy | "You seem angry" | “I know you boys are never going to be pregnant, so just be quiet.” -Pam “Hopefully!” -Caleb “But they may need to breastfeed!” -Alyssa | “If I gave you a heart rate of 160 you'd be dead.” -Pam “She could, all she has to do is remind us of that test.” -Alyssa and me | “I want you to recognize the difference between 'lub dub' and 'Oh my gosh, that doesn't sound right!'” | “Synnncop.” “Syncope.” “Yes, that's right. What is that one again?” “Fainting.” “Oh right | Pneumoconiosis: “You inhale crap you shouldn't, and it's exposure to stuff in the air.” | “Uh, I want to get through this by the end of class, let's just do it this way, look at the list, is there anything you don't know?” -Schulte | “I'm probably making some of these diseases up ...I'm kidding.” | I'm a hooker, I like to hook. -Pam | “Can I have a piece of paper? I'll bring you one when I get some.” -Tammy “Actually, I charge interest, you'll have to bring me two.” -Alyssa | “I'm not a big fan of the scientific method, I never really learned it until after I got my doctorate.” | "Don't hold a grudge. Let loose of it or you're going to die soon.” -Pam | If I had to have one of these two diseases, I’d choose this one. -Schulte | “I went into anaphylactic shock, true story, and then I died...” *stops, smiles, drinks coffee* -Schulte | “You gain some wrist function, but I'm gonna say some, s-o-m-e, some.” | Alright, you teach Micro, I'll cover Patho.” -Alyssa | “I will be totally satisfied if the only thing you take away from this course is washing your hands more.” | “I wanna be green. Anyone else? I just want to walk outside and photosynthesize.” | This is not a fun disease | “Your book says 'normal' people, and I'm sorry, I sort of take offense to that. What do they mean by normal?” | “H2O is harder, it gets it's energy all the way from the sun. People! All. the way. from the sun!” | “I don't have the disease so I don't know much more than what I'm telling you.” | If we all fail, we all pass. -Alex | Are you going to the career expo tomorrow? -Alyssa Of course, you get free pens. -Me Yeah, that's what I was thinking too. -Alussa

69: Corrie's Dream Lecture: An hour of silent communication | *Picture of an elderly man with very large ears* “What do you think about this guy?” -Pam “He must have some pretty big kidneys.” -Jessamyn | “What am I?” -Pam “The devil.” -Caleb | “What's the thing I hate about my best friend? I hate her thyroid!” | “Imagine what I would have been like if I hadn't sucked my thumb until I was 16.” | “It's ok, I love this. If arguing with me will help you get it, then go ahead and abuse me.” | “You have someone coming into the ER with their brains gushing all over the place. That is not the time for silence.” | “Everything I have to worry about: the budget, passing the test, my eyelids might roll inwards...” –all of us | “Redness, we're calling it erythema, no need to keep this simple.” | "Well, actually that's not what the book says." -Kassie *Schulte reads Kassie's book out loud, and then proceeds to sumarize.* Actually, that's not what it said either... -Kassie "Ok, well, I'm just going to let you explain it to the class then." -Schulte. She does. | “We had those little hats we had to wear, which I never did. I never wore panty hose either, I was a rebel!” | “Questions?” -Cooper “Look at her face! Look at her face! That does NOT encourage questions!” -Grace | “Most of us would have said, crap my plate got contaminated, but Alexander Flemming didn't say crap, he said Aha!” | “When you move the knob in the shower a hair it's too hot, then you move it back a hair and it's too cold. What's up with that? We should have at least half an inch.” | 40 minutes into a 50 minute lab: "Okay, so then you put the filter on." -Cooper. "Wait a minute, did we JUST get through step one?" Tammy and Alyssa laugh. "No really, look at the board. Step One: Place the filter on the flower." | “There's all sorts of people in this class, some of you may not have had class in 15 years, some of you may have snuck in without having chemistry or biology...” | “The reason people go into chemistry is because these levels become magical when balanced.” “Oxidation is those angry atoms living next door to happy kings and queens and they're so jealous. ...That's your chemistry.” | “I hope your book doesn't categorize them as miscellaneous. I hate that. I would hate to be categorized as miscellaneous.” | “I'm gonna skip that because I'm just not that familiar with it, it's not that big, you won't see it on a test.” | Early morning studying day of the test: "It's ok, that first hour is just about becoming okay with the world. -Kassie | "Oh, the bondage of nursing." "Tammy, I'm not sure that's the right word... Well, actually, that might work too."

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