Essentials 1 exam focuses on the nursing process and care of clients in the areas listed below. It includes common concepts of nursing care and nursing actions common to all clients through the life span. The exam also focuses on client needs and nursing actions associated with them. Topics: The Nursing Process - Health, Wellness & Illness - Environmental Safety - Biological Safety - Medication Safety - Psychological Safety - 600 Practice Questions with answers and 200 Flashcard Q & A plus additional material on Assessment, Critical Thinking, Developmental Theories and things to know is included!
Topics: Nutrition - Elimination - Oxygenation - Fluid & Electrolyte Balance - Activity & Mobility - Rest & Sleep - Over 300 Practice Questions with answers with additional material on Growth & Development and things to know!
Topics: Comfort & Pain - Chronic Illness - Community Based Care - Sensory Impairments - End of Life Care - Over 300 Practice Questions with answers and 130 Flashcard Q & A with additional reference material is included on NSAIDS, Opioids, Religious beliefs, Culture & Nutrition, and things to know!
Topics: Reproductive Disorders - Human Sexuality - Congenital Anomalies & Genetic Disorders - Needs of the Childbearing Family . Over 300 Practice Questions with answers and 130 Flashcard Q & A
Topics: Cardiovascular Problems - Respiratory Problems - Abnormal Cellular Growth - Over 500 Practice Questions with answers,200 Flashcard Q & A with additional reference material is included on all subjects and things to know!
Topics: Behavioral Responses - Cognitive Assessment - Regulatory Mechanisms - Metabolic Mechanisms - Over 750 Practice Questions with answers, 400 Flashcard Q & A with additional reference material is included on all subjects and things to know! Revised 02/2013
Topics: Musculoskeletal Disorders - Infectious & Communicable Diseases - Tissue Trauma - Neurological Dysfunction - Over 600 Practice Questions with answers, 400 Flashcard Q & A with additional reference material is included on all subjects and things to know!
Topics: Healthcare Delivery System - Forces Influencing the Development of Nursing Care - Roles & Responsibilities of the RN - Framework for Nursing Practice - Nearly 2000 Practice Questions with answers and Flashcard Q & A. Additional reference material is included on all subjects and things to know!
SAMPLE CARE PLANS - totally customizable to your patient - customize and print it!
CASE STUDIES / CLINICAL REVIEWS .
ASSESSMENT REVIEW - HEAD TO TOE step by step - physical assessment - great for CPNE / FCCA practice.
MANAGING MULTIPLE PATIENTS & INTERDISCIPLARY TEAMS
NEW Practice quizzes for refining your CRITICAL THINKING, DELEGATION, & PRIORITY CARE skills.
This study guide covers material equivalent to a 2 semester A&P course. Sections include Intro to A&P, Chemical Basis of Life, Cells & Cell Metabolism, Tissues, Integumentary-Skeletal-Muscular-Nervouse-Endocrine-Cardiovascular-Lymphatic-Digestive-Respiratory, Urinary & Reproductive systems. Lots of practice questions with answers for each section, glossary, and additional files that you may find very helpful. Revised & updated 04/2012
This study guide covers material equivalent to a 2 semester Intro to Microbiology course. Lots of practice questions with answers for each section, glossary, and additional files that you may find very helpful.
10 Sections: Covering the life span from prenatal through death & dying with lots of practice questions for each section and additional files of interest. ISBN: 9781936452248/293
This study guide will supply you with the knowledge of basic facts and terms and help you understand the concepts & principles of different religions. Each section includes a complete, but brief, study guide along with practice questions. Additional reference material, comparison & fact charts and interesting web links are also included. The DSST exam is equivalent to a one semester, 3 credit college humanities course. Thousands of colleges across the country accept DSST & CLEP credit toward your degree.
This study guide covers material normally taught in a one-semester, 3 credit introductory course in gerontology. The exam tests for knowledge & understanding of the aspects of aging. Emphasis is placed on both normal aspects of and problems associated with aging. Topics covered include: Concepts of Gerontology, Demography, Biology & Physical Health, Mental Health, Sociology, Economics, Work, & Retirement, Political Behavior & Public Policy, and Death & Dying
The Ethics exam measures ethical knowledge as it applies to practical ethical situations through the use of case studies and related sets of multiple-choice questions. Topics include basic theories and concepts such as utilitarianism, natural law theory, justice, duties and obligations, and rights.