critical care review nursing
The Critical Care RN will be provided with a comprehensive update to prepare for the Certification Examination.
The CCRN Certification is recognition of individual achievement.
Speaker: (RN, MSN, ARNP and CCRN)
She graduated with a BSN from the College of Mt. St. Vincent located in New York City. In 1996 she earned her MSN-ARNP at Florida International University in Miami, Florida.
She has over 25 years of experience in the nursing profession where she has worked in varied units: Medical-Surgical, Orthopedic-Spinal Cord Injury, Neurology- Closed Head Injury, and Intensive Care Units-Medical and Surgical.
Her varied roles have included working as a certified adult care nurse practitioner for 6 ½ years with the homeless and indigent community, a critical care educator teaching critical care courses, and an adjunct faculty at local colleges and universities. She is also an ACLS Instructor.
- Discuss and practice test-taking skills.
- Review critical anatomy, physiology and pathophsiology of each system.
- Discuss significant assessment and diagnostic findings relevant to the critical care environment.
- Discuss clinical presentation, as well as, specific patient management of commonly seen critical care conditions.
This is a 16 hour course for nurses seeking the AACN certification through the CCRN exam. The course content is organized systematically with all major body systems reviewed. The anatomy, physiology, pathophsiology, and the nursing care are presented. Highlighted key concepts are provided. Learning activities are designed to develop the nurse’s critical thinking skills. Students will evaluate their comprehension with multiple choice questions upon completion of each organ system review. Test taking tips are given.
Our CCRN Courses are available in Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Tampa, and Jacksonville