Reflect on the study plan you created in NRNP 6665. Did you accomplish your SMART goals? What areas of focus still present opportunities for growth?
Revise your study plan summarizing your current strengths and opportunities for improvement.
Develop 3–4 new SMART goals for this quarter and the tasks you need to complete to accomplish each goal. Include a timetable for accomplishing them and a description of how you will measure your progress.
Describe resources you would use to accomplish your goals and tasks, such as ways to participate in a study group or review course, mnemonics and other mental strategies, and print or online resources you could use to study
To create a study plan, start by identifying your overall learning objectives and breaking them down into smaller, more manageable goals. Use the SMART goal framework to ensure that your goals are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. Set realistic timelines for achieving each goal, and identify specific tasks that will help you make progress toward each goal.

When identifying resources to support your learning, consider a variety of options, such as textbooks, online resources, review courses, study groups, and mnemonics. Try to choose resources that are aligned with your learning style and preferences, and that will help you stay engaged and motivated throughout the learning process.

To measure your progress toward your goals, consider tracking your learning activities and outcomes, such as the number of hours spent studying, the number of practice questions completed, or the scores achieved on assessments. Regularly assess your progress and adjust your study plan as needed to ensure that you are staying on track and making meaningful progress toward your learning objectives.

Here are some examples of SMART goals and the tasks you might complete to achieve them:

SMART Goal 1: Increase my knowledge of pharmacology by 20% in the next 3 months.

Attend weekly pharmacology lectures and take detailed notes.
Complete at least 5 practice quizzes per week to reinforce key concepts.
Review notes and quizzes each weekend to identify areas for improvement.
SMART Goal 2: Improve my ability to interpret ECGs by 15% in the next 2 months.

Read ECG interpretation textbook for 1 hour each day.
Watch instructional videos on ECG interpretation and take notes.
Practice interpreting at least 10 ECGs per week and review results with a study partner.
SMART Goal 3: Develop a deeper understanding of the pathophysiology of common diseases by the end of the quarter.

Attend weekly disease-focused lectures and take detailed notes.
Participate in a study group to discuss key concepts and share resources.
Create flashcards for key disease processes and review them daily.
To accomplish these goals, resources might include online ECG interpretation courses, pharmacology textbooks, flashcard apps, study groups on social media, and online quizzes and practice exams. By setting SMART goals and identifying resources to support your learning, you can make meaningful progress toward your learning objectives and achieve success in your studies.