NCLEX-RN Review Course

NCLEX-RN Review Course

by Jill Beavers-Kirby, Jessica Reuter, Kristine Pfendt u.a.

NCLEX-RN Exam: Full Preparation

Safety and Infection Control, Health Promotion, Psychological Integrity: This program covers every unit you need to succeed.

Our highly proficient tutors will train your knowledge step-by-step, ensuring exam success. Each unit includes a description of its importance in percentage terms, helping you to keep track.

Other topics are:

  • Safe & Effective Care
  • The Management of Care
  • Health Maintenance
  • Psychosocial Integrity
  • Physiological Integrity

Course Details

  • Videos 74
  • Duration 14:26 h
  • Quiz questions 185
  • Articles 0

Content

Your Educators of course NCLEX-RN Review Course

 Jill Beavers-Kirby

Jill Beavers-Kirby

Dr. Jill Beavers-Kirby is a board-certified Acute Care Nurse Practitioner at Bicycle Health Clinic in Arizona, USA.
She obtained her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Ohio State University in 2011. Currently, she works with individuals with lymphoma and leukemia, and is an author, speaker, and health advocate in the areas of addiction medicine, primary care, hematology/oncology, critical care, clinical research, nursing education, and leadership.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Beavers-Kirby teaches courses on Mental Health (Nursing) and Psychosocial Integrity (Nursing).

 Jessica Reuter

Jessica Reuter

Jessica Reuter, formerly Spellman, is Assistant Professor of Clinical Practice at the Ohio State University (OSU) College of Nursing, in Ohio, USA.
She obtained her Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in Nursing Administration from Otterbein College in 2004 and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Kent State University.
Currently, she teaches in the undergraduate nursing program at OSU and implements the OR specialty elective at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center.
Within Lecturio, Jessica Reuter teaches courses on Nursing, specifically the Management of Care.

 Kristine Pfendt

Kristine Pfendt

Kristine Pfendt, RN, MSN, is an Associate Professor at Northern Kentucky University (NKU) and was awarded tenure status in 2010.
She obtained her Masters of Science from Northern Illinois University in 1980. She co-founded and directed the Nurse Advocacy Center for the Underserved at NKU and was the chairperson of the Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee for the Department of Nursing.
A passionate teacher, Kristine Pfendt has also worked at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center as an education specialist.
Within Lecturio, she teaches courses on Physiological Integrity (Nursing).

 Joanna Jackson

Joanna Jackson

Dr. Joanna R. Jackson is the Assistant Professor of Healthcare Management at Winthrop University, in South Carolina, USA.
She obtained her PhD from Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) in 2019. Currently, she works as an independent contractor Medical Compliance Manager, establishing federal, state and local standards of nursing policies in clinics.
She has worked as a Research Assistant at IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Jackson teaches courses on Mental Health (Nursing), Health Promotion & Maintenance (Nursing).

 Diana Shenefield, PhD

Diana Shenefield, PhD

Dr. Diana Shenefield is an Associate Clinical Professor, and (Interim) Director of Nursing at Northern Arizona University (NAU) in Arizona, USA.
She obtained her PhD in Nursing Education from Capella University, Minnesota in 2012. Formerly, she was Assistant Director CEP, RN-BSN, and PL at Northern Arizona University (NAU) from 2018 to 2020.
She is a member of the National League of Nurses, and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Shenefield teaches courses on Mental Health (Nursing) and Physiological Integrity (Nursing).

 Anne Vanderputten

Anne Vanderputten

Anne Vanderputten is the Clinical Manager at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in Ohio.
She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Associate of Science in Nursing, and MSN/MBA in Nursing Administration from Indiana Wesleyan University. She has worked as a registered nurse, trauma center house supervisor, and Director at Lindner Center of HOPE.
Because of her achievements, she has earned FEMA, ACLS, and EKG Interpretation certifications.
Within Lecturio, Anne Vanderputten teaches courses on Mental Health (Nursing) and Psychosocial Integrity (Nursing).

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Very clear presentation
By Sullay D. on 26. April 2021 for Parenteral/Intravenous Therapies (Nursing)

The concepts are clearly presented in the lecture, and in a short among of time

 
Great lecture
By MARGARIDA T. on 23. January 2021 for Developmental Stages and Transitions of Health Promotion (Nursing)

Very warm teacher, lots of practical examples. Good sistematization and overall explanation

 
All the chapter
By Carlos Cesar C. on 04. January 2021 for Management of Care with Jessica Reuter (Nursing)

She don't have a clear voice , look like she doesn't trust what she says

 
Need more specific teaching
By bibi h. on 16. March 2020 for Illness Management (Nursing)

Very good points on Patient Education. It would be also nice to give sample how to educate them specifically. We nurses do not get taught and practice interventions like PAs or MDs.