NCLEX RN Cardiovascular System & Medications
What you'll learn
- Students will learn about Cardiovascular System and related medications essential from an NCLEX Exam point of view.
- Tips and strategies to answer NCLEX questions correctly including SATA type.
- Will get motivated and be confident to take NCLEX RN exam
- Should be a nursing student or nurse
To pass the NCLEX exam, you need three things; Nursing content knowledge, Strategies and Confidence. AppleRN course will provide you these three success components through our courses. One important feedback I usually get from my students is my lectures explain the content in the most easily understandable way, I sincerely hope you will feel that too.
This course covers Cardiovascular System & Medications in full detail. I am giving you all important information you need to pass NCLEX RN exam by filtering the not important ones.
This course is along with the other AppleRN NCLEX lectures on this website will prepare you well for exam. For even more preparation, contact the author of this course, Anila Simon. You can watch some free lectures in you-tube by searching for LearnNursingInternational
Good luck !
Anila Simon MS,RN,CMSRN,CVRN
Who this course is for:
- Nurses or Nursing Students ready to take NCLEX RN exam
Anila Simon MS,RN,CMSRN,CVRN is licensed to practice in Texas and was working in USA as Registered Nurse for over a decade. Later on she found her real passion “Teaching” and has taught in many nursing schools in Texas, USA. She has a Masters degree in Nursing Education from Texas Woman’s University and is currently pursuing her PhD in Nursing Education at Texas Woman’s University, Texas, USA.
She earned her laurels by her natural talent to educate students in the most effective way as well as the motivation and caring provided to people to recuperate from any difficult situation. She did numerous presentations in nursing associations including AACN (American Association of Critical Nurses) and TNA (Texas Nurses Association). Her Accolades include Daisy Award for Compassionate Nurse, President’s medal for being outstanding student for four consecutive years during her BSN program and numerous recognition from the hospitals and colleges she worked.