• Essentials of Nursing Care: Health Safety
    This course measures
    the concepts and principles related to the application of the nursing roles of provider and manager of care and member of profession when applying the nursing process and concepts of safety (medication, physical, emotional, environmental) to care for the patients across the life span who are responding to common health needs related to health promotion, wellness, and self-responsibility. Critical thinking skills and caring behaviors needed to provide and manage care for these patients are stressed. Evidence-based nursing care and standards for nursing practice, as well as ethical, legal, and regulatory concerns specific to these patients are addressed. The InterActive Practice Exam has more than 540 Questions and 5 Test for students to exercise. The Final Cumulative Exam is timed and has 200 questions that a presented randomly to make students prepare for the computerized exam. To ensure that students are well prepared, a Certificate of Achievement with student's name is automatically generated when a score of 95% or above is attained.

  • Essentials of Nursing Care: Health Difference
    This course measures
    the concepts and principles related to the application of the nursing roles of provider and manager of care and member of profession when applying the nursing process to care for patients across the life span to support health and alleviate common health deviations related to nutrition, elimination, oxygenation, fluid and electrolyte balance, and rest and activity. Critical thinking skills and caring behaviors needed to provide and manage care for these patients are stressed. Evidence-based nursing care and standards for nursing practice, as well as ethical, legal, and regulatory concerns specific to these patients are addressed. The InterActive Practice Exam has more than 440 Questions and 5 Test for students to exercise. The Final Cumulative Exam is timed and has 200 questions that a presented randomly to make students prepare for the computerized exam. To ensure that students are well prepared, a Certificate of Achievement with student's name is automatically generated when a score of 95% or above is attained


  • Essentials of Nursing Care: Chronicity
    This course measures
    the concepts and principles related to the application of the nursing roles of provider and manager of care and member of profession when applying the nursing process to the care of culturally diverse patients across the life span who are experiencing chronic illness, disability, or end of life with a primary health concern of comfort, pain, or sensory impairment and whose primary base of care is a community setting. Critical thinking skills and caring behaviors needed to provide and manage care for these patients are stressed. Evidence-based nursing care and standards for nursing practice, as well as ethical, legal, and regulatory concerns specific to these patients are addressed.

  • Essentials of Nursing Care: Reproductive Health
    This course measures
    the concepts and principles related to the application of the nursing roles of provider and manager of care, and member of profession when applying the nursing process to the care of patients across the life span with needs related to human sexuality, needs of the childbearing family, congenital anomalies, genetic disorders, and reproductive disorders. Critical thinking skills and caring behaviors needed to provide and manage care for these patients are stressed. Evidence-based nursing care and standards for nursing practice, as well as ethical, legal, and regulatory concerns specific to these patients are addressed.
  • Health Difference Across: Life Span 1
    This course measures
    the concepts and principles related to the application of the nursing roles of provider and manager of care and member of profession when applying the nursing process to the care of patients across the life span who are experiencing health differences related to cardiovascular and respiratory illness or who are experiencing abnormal cell growth. Critical thinking skills and caring behaviors needed to provide and manage care for these patients are stressed. Evidence-based nursing care and standards for nursing practice, as well as ethical, legal, and regulatory concerns specific to these patients are addressed.
  • Health Difference: Life Span 2
    This course measures the concepts and principles related to the application of the nursing roles of provider and manager of care and member of profession when applying the nursing process and concepts of safety (medication, physical, emotional, environmental) to care for the patients across the life span who are responding to common health needs related to health promotion, wellness, and self-responsibility. Critical thinking skills and caring behaviors needed to provide and manage care for these patients are stressed. Evidence-based nursing care and standards for nursing practice, as well as ethical, legal, and regulatory concerns specific to these patients are addressed
  • Health Difference: Life Span 3
    This course measures the concepts and principles related to the application of the nursing roles of provider and manager of care and member of profession when applying the nursing process and concepts of safety (medication, physical, emotional, environmental) to care for the patients across the life span who are responding to common health needs related to health promotion, wellness, and self-responsibility. Critical thinking skills and caring behaviors needed to provide and manage care for these patients are stressed. Evidence-based nursing care and standards for nursing practice, as well as ethical, legal, and regulatory concerns specific to these patients are addressed

  • Transition to Professional RN Role Practice- InterActive Exams®
    This course measures knowledge and understanding of the areas of nursing encountered by the associate degree nurse. You will be expected to determine nursing care and nursing actions common to patients through the life cycle. The Nursing Concept 7 InterActive Exams is a comprehensive practice exam tool that enables you to cover all the necessary materials that you are required to understand painlessly. It comes with with more than 1250 Practice Questions that are interactive and mimic the ECE examinations. The software option make the questions interactive and prepares students adequately for the exam to have full knowledge in the following areas:

    • Historical and current trends and issues for their relevance to current and future nursing practice
    • Impact of social, cultural, legislative, economic, and educational factors on the health care delivery system
    • Current practices and trends in the delivery of health care services
    • To apply ethical and legal concepts to nursing practice
    • Quality improvement model to nursing practice
    • Roles and responsibilities of the associate degree nurse in relation to the client and to other providers to the health care delivery system
    • Strategies to improve effectiveness in nursing practice

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