NCLEX- 4 STEPS TO SUCCESS
The American Health NCLEX is the ideal way to advance your nursing career
by receiving a higher degree in nursing in the United States. It is a long-term program for
registered nurses who desire to optimize their professional and clinical performance.
The American Health NCLEX offers intense English training, NCLEX preparation to receive a RN
license in the U.S., and conditional admission into an advanced nursing degree program
at an American University.
What Will You Learn?
- 1. Adult Health Nursing: Medical emergencies, fluids and electrolytes, primary preventions, screening and early detection of diseases, peri-operative care, wound care, and adults with cardiac, respiratory, GI, endocrine, urinary, neurological, musculoskeletal, and hematological issues.
- 2. Mental Health Nursing: Communication, theories of human dynamics, schizophrenia, cognitive disorders, sexual disorders, personality disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and bipolar disorders.
- 3. Pediatric Health Nursing: Neonatal care, behavioral problems, and common cardiac, respiratory, GI, urinary, neurological, musculoskeletal, and hematological problems during childhood.
- 4. Women’s Health Nursing: Menstruation, contraception, breast and uterine cancer, Antepartum care, complications during pregnancy, labor and delivery, postpartum care, and menopause.
- 5. Fundamentals of Nursing: Safe and effective care environment, safety, infection control, nursing profession and code of ethics, incident reports, patient’s bill of rights, delegation, and discharge.
- American Health’s NCLEX review program: It will prepare nurses for the Nursing Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) and ultimately, United States Registered Nurse licensure (e.g., through the State of New York), which is required for clinical rotations in BSN and MSN programs. The American Health NCLEX Review program will equip nurses with the clinical understanding, academic, and language tools necessary to pass the NCLEX exam.