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Management Control

Reading/Study Time: Approximately 2 hrs.

MANAGEMENT OF CARE    (5 mins.)
THE FIVE RIGHTS OF DELEGATION   (5 mins.)
REMEMBER FOR THE NCLEX   (5 mins.)
DELEGATION CRITERIA   (5mins.)
THE FIVE RIGHTS OF DELEGATION   (5 mins.)
PHYSICIAN   (5 mins.)
(UAP) / NURSING ASSISTANT   (5 mins.)
LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE (LPN)   (5 mins.)
BREAKDOWN OF PRIORITIZATION   (5 mins.)
NURSING PROCESS    (5 mins.)
ROOMING-IN WITH CLIENTS   (5 mins.)
INFORMED CONSENT   (5 mins.)

NCLEX Review on Infection Control:

  • INFECTION CONTROL   (5 mins.)
  • STANDARD PRECAUTIONS   (5 mins.)
  • DROPLET PRECAUTION   (5 mins.)
  • CONTACT PRECAUTION   (5 mins.)

Re-Review entire Course: (40 mins.)

After several surveys from recent test takers, many have responded and surprised about the number of Managing and Delegating questions that they have Encoutered in the NCLEX exam.  Management and Delegation plays a big part in the NCLEX.   As a matter of fact “Management of Care” is about 16-22% OF THE ENTIRE EXAM (as of current post 2009).  That is good chunk of questions, If we look at the big picture, and lets say I am lucky enough to get the least number of questions in my exam which is about (75 questions) that would mean that aproximately 13- 16 questions (spread out) out of the 75 questions would be in relation to management and delegation.  If we have mastered this area of the NCLEX and do really well, then this can SUPERBLY benifit us, and highly increase our chance of passing the NCLEX.

♠ Management of care 

Remember for the NCLEX

The Five Rights of Delegation

Leadership Management (POSITION)

 Breakdown of Prioritization

♠ NURSING PROCESS

♦ ROOMING-IN with Clients

 Informed Consent

NCLEX Review on Infection Control:

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