I was asked by @dankamphetamemes to share my holy grail textbooks and I did, but I thought I’d do you guys one better. I recommended that you should check them out in PDF versions before you buy them because honestly they’ll burn a hole through your pocket - so I gathered all the books I use and a couple of others for you to check out!!
Heres a list of books you’ll find in my google drive:
- Robbins and Cotran’s Pathological Basis of Disease
- BRS Pathology
- Lippincott’s Biochemistry
- Lippincott’s Pharmacology
- Physiology by Linda Costanzo
- BRS Physiology
- Moore’s Clinically Oriented Anatomy
- Gray’s Anatomy Flashcards
- Unfortunately I couldn’t find a PDF version of Medical Microbiology by David Greenwood - Ill keep looking and upload it when I find it
- Guyton and Hall Textbook of Physiology
- Clinical Microbiology made ridiculously simple
- Netters Anatomy Flashcards
- Snells Clinical anatomy by regions
If you happen to face any trouble downloading them or accessing them shoot me a message and let me know
“Science has taught me that everything is more complicated than we first assume, and that being able to derive happiness from discovery is a recipe for a beautiful life.”
Ever since I was a child I have always been fascinated with science, mostly the biological sciences, the living sciences. Animals, plants, infectious diseases, microscopic beings, anatomy, neuroscience, physiology, microbiology and many more have all captured my attention. I feel as though we should empower and urge women to participate in the sciences not only to make discoveries but for equality. Destroying gender biases and making sure to not set gender norms from an early age will help females feel encouraged to go into the sciences, however a lot of work needs to be done. If we don’t see more women in the sciences, there could be dire consequences. I work as a nurse in healthcare, more specifically on a cardiac floor, I know that often times women present with symptoms that are vastly different than how a man presents with a heart attack. However, in EDs all over the country women are being misdiagnosed and are often sent home where they later have a heart attack. Let’s encourage our daughters, sisters, nieces etc., to follow their passion and encourage them to pursue their interests
18.05.2016, stayed home and cleaned desk but didn’t study as much as id like and feeling extremely guilty 😢 exams revision is seriously stressing me out and i want to cry and i feel like my best friend and i are drifting and im so afraid of failing that it’s stopping me from achieving anything what am i doing 😩
(sorry about the rant guys, need a place to let it out)
🍂 2/nth. August 18, 2017. // I made an ECG outline (for my cardio exam) and Arterial Diseases Quizlet (for my hematology exam). yay!!
🍂 I’m also planning to start my own bujo! I just need some materials. And i need to look for inspirations too!
🍂Have a great day cuties! ♥️
During a day of volunteering at the local hospital via concert, Miku stumbles upon a new Module power-up…that turns her into a magical nurse! Combined with final exams and romantic tensions, how will Miku get through the week with this new transformation that seems to activate on its own?
OK…so…I apparently just spent the past three hours making this out of pure inspiration because I love the mood of this song and the Spacy Nurse module.
Yes, this is supposed to be a sort of fake comic book cover for one of the Vocal Android episodes, and no, there is no actual comic as of right now. Maybe one day. But for now, enjoy this sort of peek into what nonsense this fanverse details.
I’m not entirely sure what else to say for now, except that under the cut is the illustration version (no comic text).