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Mosby's Canadian Comprehensive Review of Nursing Text & Your Guide to Short Answer Questions on the CRNE Package, 2e [Paperback]

Dolores F. Saxton , Janice Marshall-Henty , Penelope (Penny) Vernon , Jonathon Bradshaw
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Sept. 29 2005 0779699858 978-0779699858 2
The review content in Mosby's Canadian Comprehensive Review of Nursing, Second Edition covers each major clinical area, with separate chapters to address Canadian components of practice and legal issues. The book includes an introduction for students preparing for the exam. A CD-ROM also features additional self-assessment questions (about 1,000 in MCQ format). The booklet provides 100 short answer questions based on 27 original scenarios. Like the CRNE, each individual case is followed by 2 - 5 questions, each with a varied number of answers. Each question notes the competency and taxonomic level (Knowledge/Comprehension; Application; Critical Thinking) being tested. Each question is linked to the content found in the text and the page reference is provided so that students can clearly see the linkage between the supplement and the text and easily read up on the content if they incorrectly answer a question. Answers are provided at the end of the book.

Now available packaged with Mosby's Canadian Comprehensive Review of Nursing, Second Edition, this booklet addresses the recent revisions to the Canadian Registered Nursing Examination (CRNE). The new format of the exam has been revised as of June 2005 with the addition of short answer questions. The exam now consists of 240-260 questions (a mix of multiple-choice questions and short answer questions), each of which is designed to measure a specific competency required for nurses' entry to practice.

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Metric Units and Conversion Charts A Metrication Handbook for Engineers, Technologists, and Scientists Second Edition Why waste your valuable time hunting for conversion factors, symbols, and units? With this handbook, you can convert from one measurement system to any other by means of 62 conversion charts covering almost every field of science. The charts are based on values published by the foremost authoritative sources such as the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE). The charts are universal, and so conversions can be made quickly and confidently. This much-expanded second edition has the following features:The charts make a clear distinction between SI and other metric units by identifying SI units by red boxes. Official symbols of all SI units are given, along with the name of the unit. The recommended symbols for quantities are shown at the top of each chart. A new chapter on mass, force and gravity explains how the units of force were established. For introductory courses, chapters are included explaining quantity equations and numerical equations, together with worked-out examples. For classroom work, over 100 review questions, together with answers. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Theodore Wildi is a professional engineer, Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and member of The American Society for Engineering Education. In Canada, he is Chair of the CSA Technical Committee on the International System of Units and Chair of the CAC/ISO/TC12 Committee on Quantities, Units, and Conversion Factors. In the United States, he serves as a member of the IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee 14 on Quantities, Units, and Letter Symbols. Mr. Wildi has written several books on electric power and is Professor Emeritus of Laval University. He was awarded the IEEE Centennial Medal and is a recipient of the General A.G.L. McNaughton Award. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Approve this book Aug. 16 2010
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Someone recommend that I use this book to study for the CRNE. I bought it and also used it as a study book for 4th year BScN. I totally recommend this book and told my close classmates who used this to study and all passed. Remember to buy 2nd edition which has more information to study and read. Kept me from reading all my textbooks for the exam.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Handy May 23 2003
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Handy and interesting book for Engineers of all disciplines. Although one can find resources on the web for free that do the same thing, the book is sometimes better because it shows the step by step conversion process in a way that allows a person to be more confident than a "black box" number.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Handy May 23 2003
By Jeff Lotton - Published on Amazon.com
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Handy and interesting book for Engineers of all disciplines. Although one can find resources on the web for free that do the same thing, the book is sometimes better because it shows the step by step conversion process in a way that allows a person to be more confident than a "black box" number.
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing June 26 2014
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I used to work with metric system and imperial units just drive me crazy especially if the units itself are more complex (lbf, MGD and so on). So this book made the conversion process even messier. This product is clear http://www.amazon.com/Engineering-Unit-Conversions-Michael-Lindeburg/dp/159126099X/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1403800763&sr=1-2&keywords=units+conversion+charts it shows exactly what you need multiply to convert units.
5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good book March 15 2012
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This is a pretty good book, I can't say great or awesome or anything yet only because I'm pretty new at engineering and still a student. It's kinda confusing for me with the lines and all that they use to show relationships and conversions but again, I'm pretty new at this and am sure that it'll get easier as I progress in school. All in all, I like the book, it got to me fairly quick and it is in good condition. I would recommend the book to other aspiring engineers:-)
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