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ATI Book

Yes, you will be taking the Fundamentals ATI for your Adult Health Nursing I class.

The Library owns 15 copies of each ATI book. If you want to get on "the list" and reserve a book for the whole term, contact the librarian before the next term starts. First come, first serve!

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Fundamentals for Nursing Edition 9. 0 - Assessment Technologies Institute
ISBN: 9781565335677

 

Best ATI Prep Book

Reviews and Rationales are a series that will follow you through your time here at ResU, meaning: if you have an ATI, there is most likely a Reviews and Rationales book as well.

If you are struggling in a class, hunt the book down that matches your class and you will be extremely grateful. The series is located in the reference and the reserve collections.

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Nursing Fundamentals - MaryAnn Hogan
Call Number: WY 18.2 H6781 2014
ISBN: 9780133083590

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Nursing Fundamentals - Donna Taliaferro; Sara Bolten; Mary Ann Hogan; Mary Jean Ricci
Call Number: WY 18.2 H714n 2008
ISBN: 9780132240789

Which classes have ATIs?

By the second term, daytime and nighttime students are on completely different paths, especially when taking ATIs.

  • Daytime students: The Adult Health I ATI is the Fundamentals ATI book, taken in your second term.
  • Evening/weekend students: The Adult Health I ATI is the Fundamentals ATI book, taken in your third term.

This can be a little confusing, so if you still have questions, please feel free to contact the Assistant Director of Student Services, Eric Hernandez, or the Manager of Library Services, Liesl Cottrell. 

These are the courses that require you to pass ATIs at the end of the term:

Required Courses for the BSN Program Do you have an ATI?
NUR 3131 Health Assessment NO
NUR 3140 Pathophysiologic Mechanisms NO
NUR 3141 Foundations of Nursing Practice NO
NUR 3231 Health Assessment II NO
NUR 3240 Pharmacotherapeutics in Nursing Pharmacology ATI 
NUR 3241 Adult Health Nursing Fundamentals ATI 
NUR 4140 Family Assessment & Health Promotion NO
NUR 4141 Women & Newborn Health Nursing Maternal-Newborn ATI 
NUR 4240 Ethics in Nursing NO
NUR 4241 Pediatric Health Nursing Nursing Care of Children ATI 
NUR 4440 Research in Nursing NO
NUR 4441 Mental Health Nursing Mental Health ATI 
NUR 4540 Gerontological Health Nursing NO
NUR 4541 Community Health Nursing Community Health ATI 
NUR 4640 Leadership and Management in Nursing Leadership and Management ATI 
NUR 4641 Adult Health Nursing II Adult Medical Surgical ATI 
NUR 4642 Professional Role Transition Comprehensive ATI--NCLEX Score Predictor
NUR 4910 Nursing Electives or Service Learning NO ATIS for Electives

 

 

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ATIs start week 5 of each Term!

You will be only halfway through your ATI book in class at that point, so start studying your ATI book early, so you feel prepared when ATI week occurs!

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