NCLEX-PN Conceptual Review Guide (NurseThink for Students) (Paperback)
Every page of this conceptual NCLEX-PN Review Guide contains essential clinical practice to develop the clinical judgment skills needed to be successful on NCLEX the first time. This conceptual review guide is a one-of-a-kind resource that takes you to the bedside of clients to prepare you for NCLEX. In this conceptual process, you will learn more about how the exam looks, what it measures, and how it is scored.
Online resources provide you with additional NCLEX®-style questions, including Next Gen style questions.
- Over 500 Questions
- 35 Patients Assignments
- Audio and Video for Stream or Download
- 163 Exemplars for Prioritization Power
- Clinical Judgment Questions Focus on the New NCLEX®
- Mobile-Ready Quizzes and Videos
Instructions on how to access online resources are inside the book.
Judith W. Herrman, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN, is a nurse, educator, and researcher with a passion for nursing education and helping adolescents and young adults stay healthy and learning. Judy is widely published and speaks nationally and internationally about youth development, curriculum development, testing success, learning, fostering clinical judgment, and creative teaching. Dr. Herrman recently published the third edition of the popular Creative Teaching Strategies for the Nurse Educator.Stephanie Terry, PhD, RN, CNE, has over 20 years of nursing and nursing education experience working in a variety of areas that include healthcare and community-based facilities and the academic setting, serving in the roles of nursing faculty, department head of nursing, chair of allied health programs, program director, and assistant professor. Amy Austin, EdD, MSN, RN, has taught in a community college at both the VN and ADN level. Her experience includes classroom, skills lab, simulation lab, and clinical. She has served on numerous college-wide committees and previously served as the Faculty Organization President for the college. Amy has clinical experience in a variety of areas, but mainly focused on pediatrics.