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:
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.
good lecture. Need more specific nursing interventions such as ACS interventions or ICU type of nursing.
Just another video with the presenter listing what the audience needs to "go back and review", Lack of detail, information, and quality. After completing multiple other Lecturi video series, most recently, Pharmacology (Nursing) from Dr. Lawes, I have been very disappointed with this group of videos.
Based on the title and caption of this video, I expected there would be information and details about the diagnostic test and complications. There was very little information and details provided. The presenter continuously stated "you as the nurse should know what this is" The point of purchasing this service was for "lectures" not to hear someone repeatedly say "look it up" and "you as the nurse should know". Very disappointed in this particular video and the lack of quality in this series.