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159 videos (17:6 h total), 513 questions
Safe patient care requires nurses to be experts in both assessment and technical clinical skills. This course will help novice nursing students start to master physical assessment and psychomotor skills such as starting IVs, managing an ostomy, or suctioning a patient. Samantha Rhea has extensive clinical experience and has mastered preparing nursing students for clinical practice. Most nursing school clinical labs have one faculty for several students, and it can be difficult to view and learn these skills in. This course eliminates that problem for students as our team has provided cutting edge videos using 3 cameras and detailed labelling to make sure each student with Lecturio has an up-close view of foundational nursing skills. Samantha Rhea is a practicing nurse and a passionate nurse educator with extensive clinical experience. You will learn clinical topics with a strong orientation to NCLEX preparation at your own pace!
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I like it because the teaching was very clear. The illustrations used as examples always aid understanding better and enables effective learning. - Ifeoma
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Very useful, especially for people who are planning to take the NCLEX and have no time to attend a review class. - Christian
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This lecture was really easy to follow and contained a lot of relevant information. I definitely have a clearer picture and understand more now. - Tiffany
The best teacher ever. I wish i had you in every single subject. you make it so simple to understand and connect with student. - Bertha
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In nursing school there are theoretical lectures and clinical lessons. In that theory you learn the essential knowledge which you should apply in clinical skills. Other than that clinical teaches you vital hands-on skills to use in your career. In Clinical Skills course students are tested on nursing skills by performing certain clinical nursing skills in front of their instructor. Sometimes mannequin simulators are used to help the student learn. Basic skills are starting an IV, inserting a Foley catheter, putting on sterile gloves, blood transfusions and tracheotomy care.
In the clinical skills course you refine your skills in recognizing and interpreting clinical signs and symptoms. Through active engagement, you can practice deliberately to cultivate your clinical reasoning skills. To develop skills in clinical reasoning, you must intentionally practice applying your knowledge to clinical cases, either virtual (e.g., paper, online, standardized patient) or real (e.g., patient care).
Otherwise learning in a group setting often helps each member achieve more. Try to ask open-ended questions that do not assume “one right answer.” because critical thinking is most likely to be improved when there is no “”right”” answer.
Here are some helpful tips how to pass nursing clinical skills:
This course will help you start to master physical assessment and psychomotor skills such as starting IVs, managing an ostomy, or suctioning a patient. Using 3 cameras and detailed labelling to make sure each student with Lecturio has an up-close view of foundational nursing skills. With your educator Samantha Rhea who has extensive clinical experience you will master clinical skills course and you will be prepared for clinical practice.
With Lecturio you get over 18 hours of high quality video content. You can watch around 170 clinical skills videos and answer over 550 matching quiz questions. The videos cover clinical topics with a strong orientation to NCLEX preparation at your own pace:
Other than that the perfect study guide is given to you, so you know every day what to repeat, learn and apply.
by Aries A. on 2022-12-24 for Bed Bathing and Making an Occupied Bed (Nursing)
I like how the nurse explains in simple words and goes step by step while demonstrating the process.
by Ami A. on 2022-12-05 for Opening a Sterile Kit (Nursing)
i didn´t know about the inch, thank you so much!
by Indya W. on 2022-11-23 for Vital Signs (Nursing)
Love this program it's very helpful and I'm actually learning how to become a better nurse
by Shannon F. on 2022-10-23 for Pulse – Vital Signs (Nursing)
I clicked on this just to see what it was about, but it filled in gaps that I did not realize I had :) GREAT JOB
by Karen S. on 2022-08-03 for Blood Administration: Pre-procedure (Nursing)
so much better than the long drawn out training I got in school, followed by rapid fire quizes and not much review in class
by Arnoldo C. on 2022-07-15 for Subcutaneous (SubQ) Medication Administration: Drawing Medicine out of a Vial (Nursing)
My college instructor requires us to withdraw only the amount prescribed by the provider and to only withdraw the amount prescribed too. I like your method better because it allows me to clear the air from the needle early on while withdrawing the medication. Also, it is hard to withdraw 0.5mL air and then putting that 0.5mL because it is not enough air to create pressure to come back. I noticed I had difficulty withdrawing such a small quantity and the little air I put in made no difference. By putting more air in and withdrawing a larger amount then pushing back it, this is much easier. While I did pass my skill checkoff using my instructor method, this is definitely good to know for clinical practice.
by Peter V. on 2022-05-21 for Intravenous (IV) Catheter Insertion (Nursing)
Lecture went great until insertion in my opinion. I think that the vein occlusion in conjunction with releasing the tourniquet prior to retracting the needle would have prevented that blood flow. Not only does this make the area more sanitary for the provider and the patient, but patients can be squeamish at the sight of their own blood.
by Rachel B. on 2022-05-11 for Intravenous (IV) Bolus Medication: Administration Through an Intermittent Vascular Access Device (Nursing)
Thank you thank you thank you! You are getting me through nursing school right now, forever grateful for the Lecturio team!!
by Theresa E. on 2022-05-05 for Intravenous (IV) Bolus Medication: Administration Through an Intermittent Vascular Access Device (Nursing)
Thank you for your demonstration videos! They are so helpful. I am currently studying this particular topic, and this video helped me understand it completely.
by Diahaura C. on 2022-03-22 for Vital Signs (Nursing)
I really, I would recommend for everyone interested in learning more about vital signs
by Danae J. on 2022-03-18 for Introduction to Intravenous (IV) Bag Preparation (Nursing)
Very informative and well explained. Real life setup and takes away some of the 'unknowns'
by Jamee K. on 2022-02-23 for Documentation of Wound Assessment (Nursing)
Perfect. Thank you for helping me understand my nursing material.
by Ravinder A. on 2022-02-22 for Admission History Assessment (Nursing)
The topic was Very well explained. It was easy to understand and remember. Thank you!
by Karen S. on 2022-01-29 for Medication Administration: Pre-procedure (Nursing)
Way better to understand than my lab teachings on this, way more instructive this way. Agreed worth the money.
by Balraj B. on 2022-01-23 for Intravenous (IV) Bolus Medication: Administration Through an Intermittent Vascular Access Device (Nursing)
precise and informative for somebody learning about administration of IV medication
by Mae A. on 2022-01-20 for Vital Signs: Introduction (Nursing)
Well explained in detail and examples were provided. Clear and concise!
by Kiondra L. on 2022-01-19 for Post-administration Monitoring and Completion of Intravenous (IV) Medication Administration (Nursing)
I am so ready for my lab tomorrow. It is so much relief that I know the correct procedure with something so new and important. My teacher is kind of confusing to me so this helps so much!
by Kiondra L. on 2022-01-19 for Secondary Medication Infusion: Administration (Nursing)
Confident about lab tomorrow! Thank you for all you do for us, students!
by Kiondra L. on 2022-01-19 for Intravenous (IV) Bag Preparation (Nursing)
You are so awesome samantha! Ate and left no crumbs! I feel so confident going into lab tomorrow.
by roxanne T. on 2021-12-17 for Opening a Sterile Kit (Nursing)
thank you so much it helps me a lot on our return demonstration
by Emanuel Y. on 2021-10-19 for Suture Removal: Procedure (Nursing)
well, before watching, I choose 5 stars for all the section because that is better than what I see out there online they have all the 3 in 1 video, that is great, but I would prefer that all broken down
by nichole S. on 2021-10-03 for Introduction to Chest Tubes and Drainage Systems (Nursing)
This video was clear and concise. Very easy to understand.
by deleted U. on 2021-09-08 for Opening a Sterile Pack (Nursing)
ALL of the videos on this topic were SUPER EASY to understand and WELL ARTICULATED! This helped me grasped the basics faster than any other in -person teaching I've had when it comes to understanding sterility and the pending questions I had about scenarios in opening sterile items but without gloves. Thanks so much Nurse Rhea!
by Pia B. on 2021-08-19 for Sterile Field and Sterile Gloving: Special Considerations (Nursing)
very helpful thank you Maam Samantha. This made nursing procedures easy
by Shakar J. on 2021-08-03 for Sterile Field and Sterile Gloving: Special Considerations (Nursing)
Great studying with you and easy to understand thanks for your app
by DeAnne H. on 2021-07-07 for Intravenous (IV) Catheter Insertion and Removal: Introduction and Pre-procedure (Nursing)
Excellent! Every nursing student should watch this lecture as a resource for learning IV catheter insertion and removal. I am very impressed with Dr. Samantha Rhea. I am currently an RN taking a break and am using Lecturio Nursing to keep up on my skills. Thank you!
by Carla L. on 2021-06-29 for Medication Administration: Pre-procedure (Nursing)
Amazing job, well spoken in every way. I can say I'm extremely confident definitely worth the money!
by Alicia H. on 2021-06-26 for Post-administration Monitoring and Completion of Intravenous (IV) Medication Administration (Nursing)
Excellent teaching! I loved the way the information was explained and demonstrated.
by Evo S. on 2021-06-12 for Intravenous (IV) Therapy Preparation and IV Push Medications (Nursing)
Explained very well. It is very easy to understand and very helpful.
by Kettly N. on 2021-06-07 for Intravenous (IV) Catheter Insertion and Removal (Nursing)
It was easy to understand Demonstration was well presented.I recommend to any birsing student
by Karl E. on 2021-05-06 for Intravenous (IV) Catheter Insertion (Nursing)
Very clear and thorough, with good explanation. Appreciate the graphics of IV angle insertion and venous lines.
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