When studying for you NCLEX often times you wonder what you should be doing more of. Questions or Content. Now, Though the content is extremely important. When preparing for your test. Doing practice questions as much as possible or at least 50 Questions a day will put you in the best position possible to PASS YOUR NCLEX. LEST GOOOO!!!!
COURSE DESCRIPTION (80 hours)
This course is approved by the Florida Board of Nursing. Successful completion of the Remedial Course will satisfy the Florida Board of Nursing’s Requirement for applicants that have failed the NCLEX three consecutive times, applicants who do not have an active license and have not worked in 5 years and international applicants with educational deficiencies. This 10- week course reviews the following structure: Medical-Surgical, Pharmacology, Maternal-Newborn, Pediatrics, Psychiatric, Test taking strategies and NCLEX style Practice exams.
COURSE OBJECTIVES- At the end of this course the student will be able to: 1. Apply the nursing process at a beginning level of skill to interpret and manage human responses of clients to their actual or potential health problems. 2. Apply principles from applied science and interpersonal processes to nurse-client interactions. 3. Assess cultural, spiritual, and bio-psychosocial factors when arriving at nursing diagnoses and relevant interventions for individual clients. 4. Utilize evidence-based information derived from course related research findings in the application of fundamental nursing care. 5. Apply therapeutic communication and decision-making skills to involve the client in decision making regarding his/her healthcare. 6. Identify theoretical principles and critical behaviors of fundamental nursing. 7. Use critical thinking skills as a framework for clinical decision-making. 8. Demonstrate responsibility for own behavior and growth as an adult learner and a professional. 9. Demonstrate professional standards of moral, ethical, and legal conduct
- Manager: Angel Barnes