Pre-Conference Full-Day Workshops
Enjoy the full Summit experience by registering for pre-conference workshops. This is a great time to train and learn from experts and fellow peers as you dive deeper into topics, such as accreditation and certification. Please note. Registration fees for these workshops are not included in the cost of registration for the Summit. Registrants will incur additional fees as described.
Thursday, September 26
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Teaching and Testing Nursing Clinical Judgment: Preparing Students to Make Safe Clinical Decisions
Desirée Hensel PhD, RN, PCNS-BC, CNE
Diane Billings EdD, RN, FAAN, ANE
At the end of this session, participants will be able to integrate the National Council of State Boards of Nursing’s Nursing Clinical Judgment Model into their curriculum and courses, consider various teaching strategies to help students learn to use a clinical judgment model, and link the teaching strategies to evaluation strategies including developing a variety of test item types to evaluate students’ ability to make effective judgments that will ensure patient safety.
Registration: Member $179 | Non-Member $279
NLN Testing Services Invites You to an
NLN Mini Live Review
with guest speakers from NLN and NSNA
to answer all your nursing career questions
Thursday, September 26
8:00 - 11:45 am
RSVP is required - Limited Seats
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Questions? Contact NLN Testing Services 800-732-8656, extension 0.
The NLN Live Review Mini Course is designed to showcase highlights from the NLN Live Review 1, 2, and 3 day review courses. The information and skills provided prepare students to pass the NCLEX® exam and be a competent, safe nurse!
The course is based on prototype SimScenarios, or case studies. These cases center on the basic concepts tested on NCLEX. Concepts such as pain management, ventilation, airway clearance, immobility, sterile technique, and others transcend specific diagnoses. Questions on NCLEX may refer to these concepts as relevant in the care of many different types of clients who vary in age, etiology, symptoms, treatment, and nursing implications.
- Student's are encouraged to start to identify “red flags” in the client’s condition or situation. This is a great way for them to learn to look for keywords, phrases, and concepts in order to answer NCLEX questions. Each SimScenario presented will be followed by sample exam questions to practice memory recall and testing skills.