Physiological Integrity

Physiological Integrity

by Jill Beavers-Kirby, Kristine Pfendt, Joanna Jackson u.a.

Physiological Integrity

This course addresses topics that are likely to be tested in the NCLEX exam referring to therapies (parenteral and pharmacological) that assist the patient in making adjustments to deal with the disease process. It also addresses reducing risks as well as enhancing hygiene, rest, and other means of personal care.
The topics in this section typically encompass approximately 50% of the NCLEX exam. This percentage may vary up to + 3% depending upon the distribution in the content area.

Jill Beavers-Kirby, Kristine Pfendt and Joanna Jackson also elaborate on:

  • Pharmacological Pain Management
  • Blood and Blood Products

Course Details

  • Videos 31
  • Duration 6:04 h
  • Quiz questions 71
  • Articles 0


Your Educators of course Physiological Integrity

 Jill Beavers-Kirby

Jill Beavers-Kirby

Jill Beavers-Kirby has gathered vast experience in the medical field and is currently working full-time with adults who have lymphoma and leukaemia. She teaches part-time, too.

Jill Beavers-Kirby received an ADN from Wytheville Community College in Wytheville, VA. Moreover, she received a BSN Online from the University of Phoenix, a Master of Science Acute Care Nurse Practitioner from Wright State University and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from the Ohio State University in 2011.

 Kristine Pfendt

Kristine Pfendt

Kristine Pfendt, R.N., M.S.N. is an associate professor and has been awarded tenure status at Northern Kentucky University. She has been in nursing education since 1978 and was a tenured instructor at the College of DuPage in Illinois prior to moving to the northern Kentucky area in 1984.

She has also worked at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center as an education specialist during her career. Kristine Pfendt holds a masters of science degree in medical surgical nursing from Northern Illinois University.

She is currently the Director of the Nurse Advocacy Center for the Underserved at N.K.U . the coordinator of continuing education for nursing, and the chairperson of the Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee for the Department of Nursing in addition to her other responsibilities.

 Joanna Jackson

Joanna Jackson

Joanna Jackson is a Medical Compliance Manager who works as an independet contractor. She is responsible for for federal, state and local regulations for clinics. She amongst other things develops and implements policies that conform to current standards of nursing.

In the past Jackson has worked as Clinical Manager in the Psychiatry and as a Regional Nursing Supervisor. After completing her studies at Miami Valley Career Technology Center, where she was an Honor Roll student, she was a finalist in the Health Knowledge Bowl Regional Contest.

 Diana Shenefield, PhD

Diana Shenefield, PhD

Diana Shenefield works at the Assistant Nursing Faculty at the Huntington University in Indiana. Her work includes teaching fundamental skills in nursing, pathophysiology and pharmacology.
She has got a PhD in Nursing Education which she got in 2012 at the Capella University in Minnesota.
Shenefield can look back on years of experience in the medical care sector. She is also a member of certain nursing associations like the National League of Nurses and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses.

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A great online course
By Neuer N. on 14. December 2018 for Physiological Integrity

I love to be a massage therapist 4 Sports Medicine when I grow up to help professional sports teams and score sports teams I do not like when they put a lot of pressure on the body

Informative video
By Aleena N. on 28. October 2017 for Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances

The video was very well structured. I understood what was said easily.

Great lecture
By Jill B. on 10. October 2017 for Laboratory Values

Very thorough. I learned so much. Dr. Beavers-Kirby really makes learning lab values fun!

By Neuer N. on 28. September 2017 for Pathophysiology

Very informative. The only negative was the slide show was to fast for me. However, I enjoy the lecture and the samples the instructer always give after a definition.

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