About the session:
The NCLEX exam can be a frightening moment in any nurse’s career. Long hours of study, lecture, and clinicals have been finished and now comes the moment to take the big test.
This three-day seminar is designed to prepare the registered and practical nurse student to take the NCLEX exam and be successful. The sessions cover all aspects of disease conditions and pathology, pharmacology, lab analysis, clinical correlation, and critical thinking needed to excel at this exam. In addition, test taking strategies and review questions are incorporated throughout to help find the most correct answer.
The extensive 300 plus page text gives a comprehensive review of all aspects covered in the three days and provides an invaluable study packet in addition to other resources the students will be using to prepare for the exam.
A review of the following is incorporated into this interactive seminar:
· Test taking hints
· Professional development
· Fundamental skills
· Principles of nutrition
· Mental health issues
· Endocrine system
· Pulmonary system
· Cardiovascular system
· Infections in acute care
· Renal and urological systems
· Acid base overview and review
· Musculoskeletal system
· Connective tissue disorders
· Neurological system
· Gastrointestinal system
· Accessory organs
· Reproductive system
· Maternity nursing
· Pharmacologic principles and medication administration
· Pharmacology for each body system reviewed
· Laboratory testing, normals, and abnormals to know for each system reviewed
Recent seminar comments:
“This session pulled all the things together I had learned in school and put them in an easy to study format. The written handout was exceptional in helping me study for the exam.”
“Instructor is very knowledgeable and skillful. Very personable and easy to talk to.”
“Answered some really pressing questions for me on content and how to take the exam.” “Review of many exam questions helped me to think like the writers of the exam.”
“This course gave me all the information needed to take the NCLEX. I could have skipped one year of school and just took this class because it was so thorough.”
“As I took my NCLEX exam, I was amazed at how many things we had discussed in the seminar were incorporated in the test. The helpful hints given during the session helped me to feel confident in my answers.”
“As I took my NCLEX exam, I felt like the instructor was sitting beside me. Many things we had discussed in the seminar were also on the exam. The helpful hints given during the session helped me to feel confident in my answers and remember important information. And, yes I passed!”
“This was my 8th time to take the NCLEX exam. I had taken many other review courses and this one made it possible to fulfill my dream to become an RN.”
Your Instructor: Cynthia M. Liette, MS, APRN, ACNS-BC, CCRN
Ms. Liette has been a nurse for more than 30 years. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings including intensive/ coronary care, emergency room, medical-surgical units, and supervision. She currently works as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in a rural health care system. She has been an educator for practicing nurses, nursing students, and paramedics for more than 25 years while still maintaining a clinical practice. Her numerous seminars consistently receive excellent reviews from all levels of health professionals.
She holds a Master’s Degree from Wright State University in the Clinical Nurse Specialist Adult Health track and is Board Certified as a CNS. She is also an ACLS instructor and is certified in both critical care and trauma nursing.
She is the owner and president of Educational Concepts, LLC. She has authored a successful pharmacology series and has taught a wide variety of subjects including Nurse Refresher and Nurse Internship programs, Critical Care courses, 12-Lead ECG and Rhythm interpretation, IV therapy, and Lab and ABG interpretation, She is also the author of The Pearls for Medical-Surgical Nursing Certification Review course.
She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau - National Nursing Honor Society, National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses.
Edison Community College;
Emerson Hall; Room 504;
1973 Edison Dr.;
Educational Concepts, LLC
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