NSNA continues to strive to provide dynamic programs throughout the year in the virtual environment for students and faculty.
These educational programs are done in conjunction with event sponsors on current topics such as leadership; education topics; clinical judgment; and testing strategies for the classroom and state board exams. Explore the many options that are available to members, nonmembers, and faculty!
Pharm doesn't have to be frustrating and no one wants to take this course more than once. I have taught Pharm to thousands of successful students and I can help you too!
Join me at our next online event where I'll show you just the key information in Pharmacology you need for your final exam review!
This two-part series will help you:
Recognize nursing pharm emergencies every nursing student should know and will likely be on exams.
Learn and practice test taking strategies specifically for Pharmacology questions
Answer pharm questions with increased confidence and raise your test scores.
Dates: Part 1 - October 27, Part 2 - November 3, 4 pm – 5 pm ET
Speaker: Rhonda Lawes PhD(c), RN has over 30 years of experience as a nurse, but enjoys being with nursing students most of all! She served as a faculty consultant to the state ONSA board in Oklahoma for over a decade and fully supports the mission of NSNA. Professor Lawes is the Director of Nursing Programs at Lecturio.com and is a nursing faculty who specializes in Pharmacology, and Advanced Pathophysiology. She has also taught NCLEX reviews and has helped over 5,000 students across the US with their NCLEX preparation. She chose to pursue Educational Psychology to gain a better understanding of the neuroscience of teaching, learning, in order to help nursing students lower their stress levels and raise their academic performance in nursing school. She is a published author and an international speaker and counts it as a privilege to be the Keynote Speaker for the upcoming NSNA Virtual 39th MidYear Conference.
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