Comprehensive Exam & NCLEX Reviews
The four major Client Needs categories are:
- Safe and Effective Care Environment
- Health Promotion and Maintenance
The two major categories with subcategories are:
- Safe and effective care environment which includes management of care and safety and infection control.
- Physiological integrity which covers basic care and comfort, pharmacological and parenteral therapies, reduction of risk, and physiological adaptation (refer to "Topics Covered" for more details).
The DataNor Research Institute review course also includes a review of anatomy and physiology, analysis of exam questions, rationales, a series of simulated interactive exercises, "how to" answer questions frequently asked, including multiple response choice items, and a personalized diagnostic test assessment.
The DataNor Research Institute Review curriculum covers all the components as required by the National Council of Licensure. is unique, powerful, stimulating, and thought provoking. Join us!
In accordance with the National Council of Licensure all content categories and subcategories reflect client needs across the lifespan including but not limited to:
Safe, Effective Care Environment - Topics include advance directives, client rights, case management, delegation, ethics, establishing priorities, safety and infection control, etc.
Health Promotion and Maintenance - Topics include aging, ante/intra/postpartum and newborn care, developmental stages and transitions, disease prevention, lifestyle choices, high-risk behaviors, etc.
Psychosocial Integrity - Topics include mental health concepts, grief and loss, abuse/neglect, chemical dependencies, stress/anger management, thought disorders, therapeutic communication, etc.
Physiological Integrity - Topics include 1) basic care, comfort needs, and ADL's; 2) administration of medications parenteral/intravenous, adverse/side effects, central venous devices, dosage calculation, pain management; 3) reduction of risk potential, diagnostic testing, lab values, alterations in body systems, complications of tests and procedures; and, 4) physiological adaptation - topics include managing and providing care for clients with acute, chronic, life threatening conditions, fluid and electrolytes, hemodynamics, pathophysiology, etc.