Free ECG Course! This past summer I put together an amazing ECG course to help prepare students for the NCLEX-RN exam, and I want to give it away for FREE! (at least for now 🙂 https://koapine.teachable.com/p/ecg It includes a 20-page handout that you will have to print and 1 hour of lecture videos that you … Continue reading Free ECG Course for the NCLEX
I had some exciting things happen last week! Medication Webinars This past week, I finished up my five medication webinars. It was a 2-week intensive study course. For each webinar my students and I focused on about four body systems. I highlighted the important information and then as a group we practiced NCLEX questions together … Continue reading KoaPine Newsletter 10/23/17
October 6, 2017 Hi Nursing Friends, I'm seriously going to attempt my weekly newsletter. It's important to me because I want you all to know what I'm up to and how I'm helping students pass the NCLEX Nursing exam, since I am border-line obsessed with this test. This week I found out a lovely student … Continue reading KoaPine NCLEX Newsletter 10/6/17
Here are the top Respiratory Meds for the NCLEX Nursing Exam for 2017.
There is one main difference between emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Emphysema is a problem with the alveoli and chronic bronchitis is a problem with inflammation of the bronchi.
Knowing labs for the NCLEX is a must. Learn the most common labs, the values and what the lab refers to. Included is a blank labs sheet to help you remember.
Knowing about what to do when you see a patient having a side effect is extremely important. Do you stop the med or do you need to have the patient keep taking the med and do some other type of intervention?
Updated Oct, 2017 It happened. You failed the NCLEX and can't even imagine taking your books out. Where do you start? Page 1? If you tell your instructors at school that you failed, they will probably just tell you to A) practice more questions or B) review the test plan, or both A & … Continue reading I Failed the NCLEX and Don’t Know What to Study!
Many students who are repeat test-takers have come to me totally lost and unsure of what they need to do to pass the NCLEX