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With RNBP you will earn your ASN-RN degree entirely through assisted self study, video instruction, live virtual lectures and by earning college credits through examination. As a healthcare professional you already have clinical experience, practical skills and academic credit that you can use toward an RN degree. After having your past college credits evaluated to see which ones you can transfer in you will bridge the gap of lacking credits by earning credits through examination. Check out the video for more information.
The NCLEX is the most important exam that you’ll need to take in your career as a nurse. Need to prepare for the NCLEX review? Follow these tips to ensure that you are getting the most from your NCLEX Review.
- Know the exam. Become familiar with topics, format, and types of questions covered on the exam so you know how to focus your preparation efforts.
- Study area. Have a dedicated study space where you can keep your study aids and focus on regular basis.
- Practice schedule. Set up a reasonable practice schedule that you can complete each day.
- Concentrate. Studying with short, scheduled breaks will keep you focused and improve your ability to be sharp on test day.
- Study partners. If you can find some study partners, not only can you motivate one another, but you can collaborate on study techniques.
- Flashcards. Make or buy a set of flashcards and keep them with you so you always have the opportunity to get in a little extra studying.
As you study for the NCLEX keep in mind that most people are visual learners and can retain more information this way. As an RNBP member you understand how powerful video based learning can be. Our brains are wired to recall information a lot easier when we’ve first heard it using multiple senses. Video-based learning is the fastest way to learn, retain and apply useful information in a way that makes sense.
Thenclexreview.com is also a video based study program designed to feed you the right information in the best way so that you can learn both efficiently and effectively. It teaches you what you need to know to pass this important test. It lets the video be your guide as you test your knowledge through the practice exams. Thenclexreview.com will revolutionize how people prepare for the NCLEX.
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The nursing profession has been considered to be a traditionally female dominated field. However, while it is true that males currently only make up about 5% - 8% of the nursing workforce, this number reflects a 71% increase over the last 20 years. There are several factors which suggest that this pattern will continue.
A 2006 survey of male nurses conducted by American Mobile Healthcare found that among respondents, 85% were “mostly” or “very” happy with their jobs, 82% would recommend nursing to other males, and over 91% responded that they planned to remain a nurse throughout the next five years. The survey also found that most men find nursing to be a desirable occupation for the same reasons that most people find other jobs to be desirable: it offers good job security (the unemployment rate for registered nurses is less than 2%), nurses are needed everywhere, it offers good pay, and helping people makes a rewarding career.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimated a mean annual income of $66,530 for registered nurses in 2009, which is over $15,000 above the mean U.S. household income. The average salary for nurses is expected to rise dramatically in the coming years as the demand for registered nurses continues to increase as well. Males will make up a larger portion of this growing workforce, as some studies found that over 13% of students enrolled in nursing programs in 2000 were men.
The arbitrary stereotype that nursing is only for women is quickly being undone. As more men realize that nursing is a very respectable profession and that there is no essential reason for it to be seen as an exclusively feminine role, the numbers of male nurses will continue to grow. It can be expected to follow the pattern that is emerging around most roles that have typically been assigned to one or the other gender for arbitrary or historical reasons.
105-2 Respiratory Oxygenation - This video focuses on Oxygenation, complications affecting the intake and transport as well as alterations in the cellular demands such as apnea, dyspnea, hypoxia, fatigue, factors that influence them, signs and symptoms , nursing priorities and interventions
NC 105-2 Video Recap
- Expiratory/Inspiratory reserve volume
- Definition and understanding of Tidal volume
- Definition and understanding of Total lung capacity
- Normal respiration data for adults, children, and infants
- Definitions of apnea, bradypnea, tachypnea, and dyspnea
- Nursing assessments and interventions
- Proper positioning for optimal respiration
- Components of blood and effects of blood on oxygenation
- Oxygen safety and administration of O2
RNBP is a video based learning system that helps nontraditional, or distance learning, nursing students earn their ASN-RN degree from home.
Instead of grinding through hundreds of pages of text books at the end of a long day in the medical field we have created a balanced combination of video lessons and live interactive lecture that virtually eliminates the need for reading textbooks and study guides. It’s all the structure, support and live lecture of a traditional program but all from home! Getting your RN degree doesn’t have to mean quitting your job or neglecting your family and friends.
With RNBP you can earn your accredited RN degree in as a little as 7 months by watching just 5 hours of video a week!
Here’s a freebie so you can see for yourself.
211-2 Heart-Blood Vessel Impairments - This video focuses on blood vessel impairment problems such as peripheral vascular disease, hypertension, coronary artery disease, abdominal aortic aneurysm, gangrene, arteriosclerotic heart disease, and angina pectoris. Nursing theory for these problems will include description, signs and symptoms, factors influencing these problems, risk factors, treatments both pharmacological and non-pharmacological, the nursing process with specific nursing interventions. Click here to view more videos!