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LPN Refresher Module I Online Theory

Dates: May 9 - July 25, 2024

Meets: Th from 12 M to 12:00 AM

Registration Fee: $1,099.00

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

MODULE I: ONLINE DIDACTIC COURSE XNUR 505 - 10 weeks and 100 contact hours

Enrollment requirements:
The nurse candidate  
Must have been licensed as a nurse, previously and good standing with the Board of Nursing.
Must have a clean Background Screening for the past 7 consecutive years, no candidate will be accepted with a felony charge, of any type.
Must have a clear past nursing license without any disciplinary charges.

At the completion of this course, the nurse refresher will demonstrate competency and renewed self-confidence in the following areas:
1. Utilization of an online learning environment to achieve an intermediate level mastery for test-taking on specified topics as well as lesson plans.
2. Application of critical thinking skills in the review of medical-surgical nursing. This includes content related to the following:
a. identification of normal and abnormal findings in the assessment of specific body systems,
b. alterations in health specific to various body systems,
c. medical management and nursing care of the above alterations in health, in-cluding related pharmacological interventions.
3. Understanding the role and scope of practice of the registered nurse in current healthcare settings.

Module I: Didactic only option - Nurses with active licenses may choose to enroll in the didactic portion only.

Module I is designed to be completed in 10 weeks. It is a managed paced format using the Elsevier Medical-Surgical textbook with adaptive quizzing software with an addi-tional software package to enhance learning current pharmacology requirements.

Computer Skills Required for This Class Include:
Use of a desktop or laptop computer for basic tasks.
Use of a word processing and printing program with the ability to name, save and upload documents.
Log onto the Internet (connect) from a home, office, or college computer.
Navigate the Internet using a browser program.
Use email, including attaching a file to an email message.
Download a program from the Internet plus installation of the same.
Toggle and minimize between screens.
Do searches on the web, locating and noting reference information.
Use a streaming video/audio program for multimedia.
Use an online discussion board forum and chat room.
Use of your personal flash drive for saving information.

Notes:

Students will receive an email regarding how to purchase their textbook and ATI Pharmacology Made Easy software
Fee: $1,099.00
Hours:100.00
CEUs:10.00

Wanda Baker


Jerdone Maria Davis


Abbe Fass


Elizabeth Nichols

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