Prioritization, Delegation, and Assignment: Practice Exercises for the NCLEX ExaminationAuthor:
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Pub Date: 2010
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This book discussed and provided questions on leadership, Prioritization, and delegation of duties in the nursing field. Great practice on how to delegate and prioritize frequent situations encountered in nursing. This book helped me pass numerous tests and helped me pass my NCLEX-RN.read more
This book was required material for Medical-Surgical Nursing II and III. These were the last classes before we graduated with an associate's degree in nursing. This book helped you to become a nurse leader a skill that needs constant development.
This book is great! Wonderful NCLEX like questions. It also gives rationales which is to important for students.read more
I like this book better than some NCLEX preparation texts because it covers such things as prioritization, making assignments, & delegations. Excellent prep for NCLEX
it's ok - the book needs to be more user frinedly, some rationals don't make sence. you may find couple of bad questions per excercise. but this book will show how to think like they want you to do on nursing exams.read more
thinking like they want u to on exams - you have to understand med surge materials before tackeling the questions.
This book helps you prioritze your actions of care for patients. It helps you understand which patients require immediate actions and which ones can wait.It breaks it down into different body systems as well. It also provides you with examoles of when and what you can delegate to other staff members with different liscenses. The book also provided a series of NCLEX questions in each chapter to see how well you understood the information. the book was to the point and i found it easy to understandread more
I learned which tasks could be delegated to an LPN so that I could assess other high priorities without a delay in treatment.
Pub Date: 2010