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The NCLEX is now focusing on Delegation and Prioritization. My complete seminar focuses on these two points not just how to delegate and prioritize to other nurses and aides but also how to prioritize your answers to pick the correct answers out of the two that you can usually narrow the two choices down to. To do this, you think of ABC's yes, but you also have to take the nursing process into account and certain words that can help tell you which part of the nursing process the NCLEX question is dealing with. The other part of learning how to choose the right answer is to take Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs into account along with the 4 A's of Delegation. The complete seminar goes into further detail on how to choose the correct answer and it also addresses another point of the NCLEX that is appearing more and more and that is "how to delegate and prioritize in a disaster". The NCLEX is asking more questions about this since 9/11 and is part of the complete Delegation and Prioritization Seminar:


The other topic that the nclex is focusing is infection control. No review course I know, and I know a few like Kaplan, Hurst and Fruerer, does an adequate job at teaching both Delegation and Prioritization and Infection Control and this is why I specifically focus on these two topics, because they are heavy on these two topics.


Also, if you just need to brush up on any of the Body Systems that you feel you may have forgotten, you can do this as well:


And of course, continue to visit the forum and look up the free resources on my site.


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  • Feb 12, 2010
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