In a nation where 35.5 million people identify Spanish as their primary language, it’s no wonder that bilingual healthcare workers are valuable entities. The ability to speak Spanish is a resume booster, and may be the skill that would make a hiring hospital choose you over the competition. Kaplan’s Spanish for Nurses by Rudy Valenzuela, RN is a priceless tool for those who need a brush up in the Spanish language. It has a review of basic Spanish (numbers, days of the week, family members, etc) and chapters including:
Hi everyone! My name is Kristin, but feel free to call me Kris, Krissy, bunny, bun, or bunbun! I’m currently 19 (turning 20 in a few months!) and from New York. I made this blog with the hopes of it keeping me motivated while also giving me new ideas and ways to spice up my studying/notes process. As of right now, it’s helping immensely! I’m a sophomore in college and currently majoring in Psychology and double minoring in Spanish and Gender & Women’s Studies. Recently, I have decided to make a big switch though and change my major to Nursing while still keeping my double minors. I start my Nursing classes this summer! I hope to become a Psychiatric and Women’s Health Nurse Practioner. If anyone has any tips or needs help in any of the topics above please feel free to message me ^.^
Includes specific assessment, emergency room, post- surgery, review of systems, clinic, general exam, glossary diagnostic info, and discharge (pictured). Plus valuable communication phrases for families.