Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing - Appendix Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

 - Class of 1974

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A LOT OF BOOKWORK l Mr, Trinklein appears to be showing his AGP class a point of interest. Encounter groups . . . dissection of a pig's heart . . . gram staining . . . KMnO4 . . . society . . . more than two male students in class. These things all have something in common - they are the various aspects of the classes freshman took at CSC. The twice-weekly mass exo- dus by car to CSC during fall quarter took the freshmen to psychology, microbiology and anatomy and physiology. Winter quarter the ASP and chemistry, and reli- gion. Classes at CSC gave the freshmen a view of college life and classes that helped them grow, not only intellectually, but also in their understanding of people outside their school and dorm. W'hile most of the class is up and about for break, Bev seems to be content to just sit still. 19

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FROHYERH f"C 9 ' gy 6-:ggi ,Q 3' eil Psychology class at Concordia Senior College gives freshmen unique ex- periences in smaller groups that help to stimulate discussion. Terri manages to see organisms that had been only discussed before, Mr. Trinklein uses the overhead projector to explain subjects to his classes,



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Z ' 4,1 ' lDIES M KE NUR ING AN ART - Above: Giving a bath to a classmate is hard, but it pays off later, Below: Kathy learns what being trans- ferred is like, ,. fin' K. Top left: Fundamentals lecture is an iniportant time as freshmen listen intently, Below: Luther prgctiggg range of motion exercises before clinical duty. ii ' Webster defines fundamental as a primary or essential principle, a basis or foundation. To the freshman student, Fundamentals in Nursing meant learning the primary and essential principles of nursing. lt meant learning that Funda- mentals was the foundation of nursing. After learning the basics of nursing, the freshmen moved to the Fundies lab to apply the newly learned principle to act- ual manual skills, such as bed making. Upon completion, they began clinical ex perience-on-the-floor training. Here the students worked with patients instead of oranges or mannequins. Following clini cal, the nursing students engaged in con ferences to evaluate their mistakes and achievements.

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