Lippincott Review for NCLEX PN

Filename: lippincott-review-for-nclex-pn.pdf
ISBN: 9781496324719
Release Date: 2017-01-26
Number of pages: 656
Author: Barbara K. Timby
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Download and read online Lippincott Review for NCLEX PN in PDF and EPUB Lippincott Review for NCLEX-PN, 11E is designed to help pre-licensure nursing students in practical and vocational nursing programs prepare to take the licensing examination. More than 2,000 questions span all areas of nursing practice. Seventeen specialty tests contain questions across all the Client Need categories of the NCLEX-PN. A two-part Comprehensive Examination contains 263 items--more than the maximum of 205 questions asked on the NCLEX-PN—to provide an outlet for comprehensive review and test practice. Every test section concludes with a review of Correct Answers, Rationales, and Test Taking Strategies. A detailed section of Frequently Asked Questions provides details about the design and process of the NCLEX-PN, as well as tips for students on how to prepare. Questions fully align with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) 2017 PN test plan and are written in the style used on the licensing examination, including the use of all the types of alternate-format questions found on the licensing examination. A free trial of PassPoint PN provides book purchasers an opportunity to practice with additional questions and gives a sneak preview of the full PassPoint PN product.


Maternity and Pediatric Nursing

Filename: maternity-and-pediatric-nursing.pdf
ISBN: 0781780551
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 1902
Author: Susan Scott Ricci
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Download and read online Maternity and Pediatric Nursing in PDF and EPUB Authors Susan Ricci and Terri Kyle have teamed up to deliver a unique resource for your students to understand the health needs of women and children. This new combination book, Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, will empower the reader to guide women and their children toward higher levels of wellness throughout the life cycle. The textbook emphasizes how to anticipate, identify, and address common problems to allow timely, evidence-based interventions. Features include unfolding case studies throughout each chapter, multiple examples of critical thinking, and an outstanding visual presentation with extensive illustrations depicting key concepts. A bound-in CD-ROM and a companion Website include video clips and NCLEX®-style review questions.


Lippincott s Review for NCLEX RN

Filename: lippincott-s-review-for-nclex-rn.pdf
ISBN: 1582553602
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 843
Author: Diane McGovern Billings
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Download and read online Lippincott s Review for NCLEX RN in PDF and EPUB The thoroughly updated edition reflects the current NCLEX test plan and contains more than 5,000 test questions to help students practice taking the exam. The book contains more questions than any other NCLEX-RN review and includes more pharmacology-related questions.


The LPN to RN Bridge

Filename: the-lpn-to-rn-bridge.pdf
ISBN: 9781449646042
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 319
Author: Allison J. Terry
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

Download and read online The LPN to RN Bridge in PDF and EPUB This text is the essential resource for students who have already acquired some nursing knowledge from a diploma or a practical nurse program, particularly students pursuing a degree as a registered nurse (RN) who have previously acquired training as a licensed practical nurse (LPN). It bridges the gap in students thinking as they move from the tactile-based practical nurse to the professional registered nurse who engages in critical thinking. This is an ideal text for students enrolled in Fundamentals of Nursing, Basic Nursing Concepts, or a Role Transition course. Key Features • Offers guidance to develop effective study skills • Includes preparation for licensure examination • Contains evidence-based practice • Covers leadership and management • Includes dosage and solution calculation • Explains the problem-solving and decision-making process as a registered nurse • Offers a robust Companion Website with online activities to improve student learning


Lippincott s Q A Review for NCLEX RN

Filename: lippincott-s-q-a-review-for-nclex-rn.pdf
ISBN: 9781469896380
Release Date: 2014-08-08
Number of pages: 1180
Author: Diane Billings
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Download and read online Lippincott s Q A Review for NCLEX RN in PDF and EPUB The 11th edition of Lippincott’s Q&A Review for NCLEX-RN provides the highest-quality practice questions, detailed rationales, and preparation strategies needed to succeed on the NCLEX-RN® examination. This revised reprint has been updated to ensure that content will help both U.S. and Canadian students to succeed on the licensure examination, with enhanced laboratory values, medication information, and diversity representation. The practice tests are organized into four major content areas: obstetrics, pediatrics, medical-surgical, and mental health nursing, and are followed by 6 comprehensive tests with a random selection of questions from all content areas. Other features include rationales for both incorrect and correct answers choices, all the types of alternate-format questions found on the NCLEX, an overview of the licensing examination, test-taking strategies for each question format, and study tips, including instructions for creating a personal study plan.


Nursing Delegation and Management of Patient Care

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ISBN: 9780323321150
Release Date: 2016-03-25
Number of pages: 336
Author: Kathleen Motacki
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

Download and read online Nursing Delegation and Management of Patient Care in PDF and EPUB With a strong focus on the key areas included on the NCLEX-RN Exam’s "management of care" section, Nursing Delegation and Management of Patient Care, 2nd Edition prepares you to successfully prioritize, assign, and delegate nursing care to other members of the health care team. It provides the latest information on the roles and responsibilities of the staff nurse related to the management of patient care, the core competencies required of the nurse caring for patients, as well as a wide range of leadership and management concepts nurses need to confidently manage patients within a hospital unit. This new edition is organized according to the new 2014 Magnet Standards of Practice to help you learn the skills and competencies magnet status hospitals require when hiring nurses. Learning objectives, key terms, critical thinking case scenarios, and application exercises in each chapter provide you with plenty of opportunities for review. A trusted author team with years of teaching experience in nursing leadership and management introduce current content related to the management of patient care in today’s health care setting. NEW! A new table of contents reorganized according to the 2014 Magnet Standards. NEW! Addresses the competencies of the nurse’s role with respect to the 2014 Magnet Standards. Coverage includes the latest information on the roles and responsibilities of the manager of patient care position, core competencies required of nurses caring for patients, and a wide range of management concepts new nurses need to know before entering practice. Emphasis on the NCLEX Exam "management of care" areas that you will be tested on, such as prioritization, delegation, and assignment. Clinical Corner and Evidence-Based Practice boxes within most chapters include real-world tips and advice on patient and client management, plus the latest research on practices relevant to chapter topics. NEW! End-of-chapter and Evolve NCLEX questions include analysis and application-level questions. NEW! The latest RN design gives this edition a fresh new feel that is easier to follow.


Maternal and Child Health Nursing

Filename: maternal-and-child-health-nursing.pdf
ISBN: 9781469833224
Release Date: 2013-11-25
Number of pages: 1744
Author: Adele Pillitteri
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Download and read online Maternal and Child Health Nursing in PDF and EPUB This highly respected book helps students develop the technical skills and broad understanding vital for effective practice while ensuring they never lose sight of the importance of compassion in their role as nurses. Presenting maternal-newborn and child health care not as two separate disciplines but as a continuum of knowledge, Maternal and Child Health Nursing, Seventh Edition views the experience of wellness and illness as family-centered events and pregnancy and childbirth as periods of wellness in a woman’s life. Consistently linking theory with application to bring clinical concepts to life and using a nursing process framework to help students prepare for effective practice, this Seventh Edition adds new chapter-ending case studies, an expanded focus on culture and families, the latest QSEN content, and more. In addition, this edition is supported by PrepU’s adaptive quizzing, DocuCare’s educational electronic health record software, and a fully updated Study Guide.


Josie s Story

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ISBN: 0802198988
Release Date: 2010-09-14
Number of pages: 272
Author: Sorrel King
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.

Download and read online Josie s Story in PDF and EPUB Sorrel King was a 32-year-old mother of four when her eighteen-month-old daughter, Josie, was horribly burned by water from a faulty water heater in the family’s new Baltimore home. She was taken to Johns Hopkins—renowned as one of the best hospitals in the world—and Sorrel stayed in the hospital with Josie day-in and day-out until she had almost completely recovered. Just before her discharge, however, Sorrel noticed something was wrong—Josie was looking pale, she appeared severely dehydrated, and her eyes were rolling back in her head. Sorrel pleaded with the doctors and nurses (many of whom she had become close to) that something was wrong, and they agreed to stop administering Josie methadone, the narcotic they were using to wean her off morphine. Josie had begun noticeably improving when a new nurse approached her with a syringe of methadone. When Sorrel tried to stop her from administering the drug, the nurse said that the orders had been changed again. Sorrel, against her better judgment, decided that Hopkins must know best, and stepped back. Almost as soon as the drug had been injected into Josie’s system, she went into cardiac arrest. The doctors raced to save her, but by the time they stabilized her, Josie was brain dead, her organs shutting down one by one. She passed away shortly thereafter, her family having made the choice to take her off life support. In the days and months that followed, Sorrel went through the tumultuous processes of grieving. For a while, she thought she would not survive; suicide and alcohol both seemed like viable escape possibilities, and Sorrel toyed with both. But ultimately it was her rage that kept her alive—rage at the doctors, at Hopkins, and at the medical institution that had allowed this to happen. She wanted the doctors to feel the same pain she had caused them. She wanted to destroy Hopkins “brick by brick.” Dizzy with grief, she came close to ending her marriage, but slowly pulled herself and her life back together, for the sake of her family, and for the memory of Josie. It was around this time that Sorrel learned a staggering fact—though indeed an error, Josie’s death wasn’t a fluke in the statistical sense of the word. About 98,000 American patients die a year as the result of medical error, making it the fourth most prevalent cause of death in the US. Armed with this fact, the money from her settlement with Hopkins, and a vague awareness that Josie’s death could have been prevented, Sorrel began to penetrate the healthcare industry. An appearance on Good Morning America and a long article in the Baltimore Sun raised the public profiles of her and her mission, while speaking requests began to pour in from hospitals and healthcare groups across the world. For the most part, medical errors had simply not been talked about; most doctors involved in them were paralyzed by remorse and fear of lawsuits, while the patients were dead or badly injured and their families crippled by grief. Sorrel was helping to pull back the curtain on an all-too-common killer, and the world of healthcare knew it. Despite some initial resistance, most in the industry came to welcome her message, and to look to her for answers. With the help of other patient safety advocates—many of them doctors, and some of them the very Hopkins officials who had defended the hospital after Josie’s death—Sorrel and The Josie King Foundation began to develop and implement in hospitals basic programs that emphasize communication, respect of the patient, and attentiveness to their concerns. Rapid Response Teams, for instance, can be called from the beside by patients or their families who feel they are experiencing a serious change in their condition that is not getting sufficient attention from hospital floor staff. A team made up of doctors, nurses and a patient relations coordinator responds quickly to evaluate the patient and develop a plan for care. This is just one example of a program that came out of Sorrel’s efforts, and it’s in place in hospitals across the country, and has saved countless lives. Sorrel’s account of her unlikely path from grieving parent to nationally renowned advocate is interwoven with descriptions of her and her family’s slow but steady road to recovery, and ends with a deeply affecting description of a ski trip they took recently. The sun is shining, her children are healthy, and they are all profoundly happy—a condition that Sorrel has learned to appreciate all the more for Josie. The book ends with a resource guide for patients, their families, and healthcare providers; it includes information about how to best manage a hospital stay and how to handle a medical error if one does occur. Two prominent characters from the story, Hopkins’ lawyer Rick Kidwell and Paul Bekman, the personal injury attorney who handled the case for the King family, have come together to contribute advice in a Q & A section, and Sorrel also provides lists of general advice, useful online resources, and essential books on the subject.


Professional Issues in Nursing

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ISBN: 9781451128338
Release Date: 2013-01-15
Number of pages: 528
Author: Carol J. Huston
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Download and read online Professional Issues in Nursing in PDF and EPUB Using an approach that fosters critical thinking and values clarification, this textbook examines the full range of professional issues facing contemporary nursing. Coverage includes critical issues such as the nursing shortage, mandatory staffing ratios, violence in nursing, legal and ethical issues, plus the latest HIPAA regulations, career advancement and evaluations, and best practices for today and the future. This edition includes two NEW chapters: 1) a NEW chapter on developing effective leaders to meet 21st century healthcare challenges, and 2) a NEW chapter on the use of residencies for new graduate nurses as a transition to practice. In addition to these exciting additions, content has been updated throughout the book to reflect cutting-edge trends in healthcare including the impact of healthcare reform, and recommendations from the Institute of Medicine (IOM). This edition promises to be an integral tool to providing effective nursing care in an increasingly global, rapidly changing, technology driven world.


Introduction to Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmias

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ISBN: 9780323085328
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 397
Author: Sandra Atwood
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

Download and read online Introduction to Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmias in PDF and EPUB Written in a clear, easy-to-understand style, Introduction to Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmias, Revised Fourth Edition, uses straightforward language to explain how the heart functions and how to interpret ECGs-essential knowledge that will allow you to anticipate the appropriate treatment for each. Coverage of the 2010 Emergency Cardiovascular Care guidelines are reflected in all topics in the text.


Fundamentals of Nursing

Filename: fundamentals-of-nursing.pdf
ISBN: 0781744806
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 1555
Author: Carol Taylor (CSFN.)
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Download and read online Fundamentals of Nursing in PDF and EPUB Revised to emphasize critical thinking, this Fifth Edition is the most engaging, student-friendly, and comprehensive fundamentals textbook for beginning nursing students. The unique, holistic "blended skills" approach to nursing care integrates technical, cognitive, ethical/legal, and interpersonal skills. Each Fifth Edition chapter opens with three real-world cases, which are used throughout the chapter as examples. Reflective Practice boxes written by Carol Taylor's students describe realistic situations and ask challenging questions. The updated coverage includes discussions of evidence-based practice and a new chapter on complementary and alternative modalities. A back-of-book CD-ROM has tutorials on NCLEX innovative items, and fluid and electrolyte balance. For Taylor's Clinical Nursing Skills, Taylor's Interactive Nursing Skills, and Taylor's Video Guide to Clinical Nursing Skills, see Skills/Procedures section.


Brunner and Suddarth s Textbook of Medical surgical Nursing

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ISBN: 1451130600
Release Date: 2013-10-01
Number of pages: 2288
Author: Janice L. Hinkle
Publisher: Lww

Download and read online Brunner and Suddarth s Textbook of Medical surgical Nursing in PDF and EPUB "This textbook has been a favorite resource for students, instructors, and practicing nurses for almost a half-century. It's comprehensive yet accessible approach covers a broad scope of medical conditions while focusing strongly on the nurse's role in caring for, educating, and assisting patients and families"--Provided by publisher.


Leadership and Management Tools for the New Nurse

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ISBN: 1609137833
Release Date: 2012-01
Number of pages: 466
Author: Bessie L. Marquis
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Download and read online Leadership and Management Tools for the New Nurse in PDF and EPUB This concise essentials text, written by the authors of the popular Leadership Roles and Management Functions in Nursing, equips new nurses with invaluable leadership and management tools they need on the job. Developed for Associate Degree and LVN/LPN level nursing students, all case studies are aimed no higher than the charge nurse management level. An easy read with clear displays and tables, which emphasize core knowledge, this is an invaluable tool for the new nurse. Common stumbling blocks, such as effective time management, are addressed clearly and simply, and students will benefit from the practiced authors' own experience and skill. Reflective Questions in each chapter encourage the nurse to examine her own values, beliefs, and actions in developing common nursing management skills. The free accompanying ancillary package for students and instructors includes NCLEX-style chapter review questions, a test generator, an ebook, and a PowerPoint presentation, along with suggestions for responding to each of the case studies and reflective questions.


Managing and Coordinating Nursing Care

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ISBN: UCSD:31822037153368
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 570
Author: Janice Rider Ellis
Publisher:

Download and read online Managing and Coordinating Nursing Care in PDF and EPUB Now in its Fifth Edition, this text is designed to teach nursing students to apply effective decision-making, leadership, delegation, prioritization, and patient management skills to real-world practice situations. With its emphasis on critical thinking and collaborative decision making, this book has been highly successful in building students' problem-solving and management abilities. The book is in full color and has light-hearted illustrations that teach key concepts in a memorable way. Icons highlight legal/ethical, cultural, and safety considerations. Numerous examples and critical thinking exercises illustrate concepts and encourage students to apply what they have learned.