NCLEX PREP & REVIEW

 

“National Council Licensure Examination Test Prep & Review”  

Program objectives

This course provides a transitional and contextual approach to the preparation of foreign nursing. Participants in this course will review the nursing domains, demonstrating an understanding of the nursing process, scope of practice, and licensing requirements. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be better prepared to sit and pass the NCLEX exam.

 

 

Program Description

This preparation and review course is for those nursing professionals graduated abroad in the United States who wish to pass the NCSBN exam known in English by its acronym NCLEX-RN and thus be able to apply for the license granted by the different Board of Nursing, and to be able to practice the Nursing profession in a safe and effective practice. During the development of this 16-week review and tutoring program, the student will have the support of qualified instructors with extensive experience preparing nurses to take the NCLEX-RN. Our tutorials are also administrative, especially to guide International Nurses to meet the requirements of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and the different State Boards

 

“Florida Health Institute” has more than 17 years of experience registered by “Florida Department of Education” and licensed by the “Commission for Independent Education” under number (CIE) #2926.
FHI is recognized by the NCCT and the AAHT with an impeccable trajectory training health professionals at a technical level and with all the educational standards so that they are competent in the area. Knowing the great demand of high-level professionals graduated abord as Doctors, Nurses, and Medical Technologist we designed a course that allows you to prepare under direct tutoring both academically and administratively and helps you to obtain your Diplomas and Certificates in an Accelerated Program.

Program Breakdown:

  • Evaluate and perform appropriate intervention techniques for specific age and cultural groups commonly found in the United States.
  • Differentiate the stages and traditions of development of different people to provide nursing care according to their physiological and psychological needs.
  • Relate the concepts of health promotion and disease prevention with the educational role of the nurse.
  • Apply the basic concepts of care and comfort and mental health to the patient’s nursing care plan.
  • Evaluate the different physiological alterations of the person’s well-being and intervene according to their needs.
  • Identify the components for patient care management.
  • Demonstrate understanding of Safety and Infection Control concepts.
  • Interpret pharmacology concepts and intravenous therapy skills.
  • Prioritize the nursing care plan by monitoring health problems.
  • Identify physiological health problems based on initial assessment and data collection.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of information technology applications in healthcare
  • Demonstrate and differentiate nursing priorities based on nursing domains.
    Identify and explain the difference between safety issues and physiological integrity.
  • Identify key terms associated with nursing domains that apply to nursing care plan interventions and execution.
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In our tutoring’s we include information on the administrative processes to guide foreign graduate nurses to meet the requirements of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) to meet the eligibility requirements to take the NCLEX.

Expected results:

  • Prepare according to the requirements of the NCSBN in a review program of all the subjects that will be questioned during the NCLEX exam.
    1. Customer needs.
    2. Safe and effective care environment.
    3. Care management.
    4. Safety and infection control.
    5. Health promotion and maintenance.
    6. Psychosocial integrity.
    7. Basic attention and comfort.
    8. Pharmacological and parenteral therapies.
    9. Potential risk reduction.
    10. physiological adaptation
  • Train the participant to know the essential basis of the exam that is based on criteria-referenced knowledge that compares knowledge to a predetermined standard 

Requirements:

Associate or Bachelors Degree in Nursing obtained in your country of origin, and transcript, we will guide you through the translation process, which must subsequently be evaluated by the agency recognized by the Florida Board of Nursing.

  • International graduate nurses with an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in nursing.
  • Graduated nurses in the United States do not need to demonstrate proficiency in the English language.
  • Overseas graduate nurses need English proficiency, to take the NCLEX test that you will need to pass TOEFL.
  • Overseas nursing graduates must meet the NCBSN requirements to qualify to take the NCLEX (we’ll help you learn about those requirements)

Completion:
As a requirement for a good preparation, the students will demonstrate their abilities through exams throughout the course.

  • Pre-Test, Mid-Term and Post Test where they must obtain 80% or more
  • Average of 80% in the REVIEW
  • Mandatory attendance

Investment:

  • Registration Fee: $480
  • Tuition: $1,920
  • Total: $2,400
  • Financial Available
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