HESI/Saunders Online Review for the NCLEX-PN Examination (1 Year) (Access Card)

1st Edition


  • Linda Silvestri
  • Key Features

    • 2,500 high-quality practice questions, including:
    • A 75-question Pre-Test that assesses your individual strengths and weaknesses and generates a personalized study calendar
      • A 75-question Post-Test that measures your growth from the start of the course
      • Ten 100-question Module Exams that evaluate your mastery of core nursing content
      • Five 100-question Crossing the Finish Line: Practice Exams that reinforce your readiness for the big test
      • A 265-question Comprehensive Exam that makes sure you are completely prepared for the NCLEX exam
      • Additional questions and quizzes in the modules
    • Ten self-paced review modules organized by Client Needs, the blueprint of the NCLEX test plan, feature:
      • 50 content lessons that provide a complete review of nursing content
      • Self-check questions that strengthen your understanding
      • Case studies that help you apply your knowledge to real-world scenarios
      • Animations, illustrations, audio, and video that enhance key content by demonstrating skills and procedures
      • Strategic HESI videos simulate an actual HESI Live Review course, with an experienced nursing instructor explaining challenging topics and walking you through difficult questions.
    • Test-Taking Strategies overview provides reliable and innovative insights into the NCLEX exam and its various question types.
    • Alternate item formats are fully supported, including:
      • Multiple response
      • Prioritization/ordered response
      • Fill-in-the-blank
      • Hot spot/illustration
      • Graphic option
      • Chart/exhibit
      • Audio
      • Video
    • Completely up-to-date content reflects the latest NCLEX-PN test plan.

    Table of Contents

    Test-Taking Strategies

    The Test Plan


    Module 1: Developmental Stages and Transitions

    1. Infant, Child, and Adolescent
    2. Early Adulthood, Middle-Adulthood, and Later Adulthood
    3. Family Systems and Family Dynamics
    4. Maternity Client: Antepartum Care
    5. Maternity Client: Intrapartum Care
    6. Maternity Client: Postpartum Care
    7. Care of the Newborn

    Module 1 Exam


    Module 2: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

    1. Health and Wellness/Teaching and Learning
    2. Lifestyle Choices and Health Risks
    3. Health Assessment and Physical Examination

    Module 2 Exam


    Module 3: Mental Health Concepts

    1. Foundations of Mental Health Nursing
    2. Coping and Defense Mechanisms
    3. Stress Management
    4. Cultural Awareness and Religious and Spiritual Influences on Health
    5. Grief and Loss
    6. End-of-Life Care

    Module 3 Exam


    Module 4: Psychosocial Alterations

    1. Mental Health Disorders
    2. Crisis Intervention
    3. Chemical and Other Dependencies
    4. Violence, Abuse, and Neglect

    Module 4 Exam


    Module 5: Management of Care

    1. Ethical and Legal Issues
    2. Advance Directives
    3. Confidentiality and Information Technology/Security
    4. Informed Consent
    5. Cli


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    About the authors

    Linda Silvestri

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Instructor of Nursing, Salve Regina University, Newport, RI; President, Nursing Reviews, Inc. and Professional Nursing Seminars, Inc., Charlestown, RI