HESI/Saunders Online Review for the NCLEX-RN Examination (1 Year)
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HESI/Saunders Online Review for the NCLEX-RN Examination (1 Year)


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HESI and Saunders, the most trusted names in NCLEX® exam preparation, are teaming up to bring you the ultimate online review resource! Combining the testing expertise of HESI with the market-leading nursing content of Saunders, HESI/Saunders Online Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination provides the most interactive, individualized review available for the NCLEX® exam. This one-of-a-kind test prep tool offers a wealth of illustrations, animations, and audio, plus strategic HESI Live Review videos to help clarify key concepts and keep you motivated to study. Furthermore, a pre-assessment test creates a personalized study calendar that is tailored to your individual review needs and guides you through 10 interactive modules of nursing content, review, and 2,500 NCLEX® exam-style practice questions. With a cost that’s a fraction of similar NCLEX® exam prep resources, HESI/Saunders offer the best, most effective review bang for your buck!

  • Completely up-to-date content reflects the newest NCLEX-RN® test plan
  • A Test-Taking Strategies Overview provides reliable and innovative insights into the NCLEX exam and its various question types
  • Ten self-paced review modules are organized by Client Needs, the blueprint of the NCLEX test plan, featuring:
    • 50 Lessons that provide a complete review of nursing content
    • Quizzes and 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

  • 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
    • 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're completely prepared for the NCLEX exam
    • Additional questions and quizzes in the modules
  • Rationales and Test-Taking Strategies are provided with every question
  • Alternate Item Formats are fully supported, including:
    • Multiple Response
    • Prioritization/Ordered Response
    • Fill-in-the-Blank
    • Figure/Hot Spot
    • Graphic Option
    • Chart
    • Audio
    • Video
  • Exam Reports demonstrate your performance on measures of Content Area, Client Needs category, Integrated Process, Level of Cognitive Ability, and overall score.
  • Learning system functionality available for classroom use, including an announcements page, discussion board, online grade book, and more.


Course Calendar

Introductory Chapter: The Test Plan and Question Formats

Introductory Chapter: Test-Taking Strategies



Module 1 Developmental Stages and Transitions in Early Life

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

8 Health and Wellness/Teaching and Learning

9 Lifestyle Choices and Health Risks

10 Health Assessment and Physical Examination

Module 2 Exam


Module 3 Mental Health Concepts

11 Foundations of Mental Health Nursing

12 Coping and Defense Mechanisms

13 Stress Management

14 Cultural Diversity and Religious and Spiritual Influences on Health

15 Grief and Loss

16 End-of-Life Care

Module 3 Exam

Module 4 Psychosocial Alterations

17 Mental Health Disorders

18 Crisis Intervention

19 Chemical and Other Dependencies

20 Violence, Abuse, and Neglect

Module 4 Exam


Module 5 Management of Care

21 Ethical and Legal Issues

22 Advance Directives

23 Confidentiality and Information Technology/Security

24 Informed Consent

25 Client Rights

26 Concepts of Management

27 Principles of Delegation and Prioritization of Care

Module 5 Exam

Module 6 Safety and Infection Control

28 Providing a Secure and Safe Environment

29 Emergency Response Plans, Disasters, and Triage

30 Standard and Transmission-Based Precautions and Surgical Asepsis

31 Use of Restraints and Safety Devices

Module 6 Exam


Module 7 Basic Care and Comfort

32 Basic Needs

33 Mobility, Immobility, and Assistive Devices

34 Nonpharmacological Interventions for Physical Pain

Module 7 Exam

Module 8 Pharmacology and Intravenous Therapies

35 Medication Administration and Dose Calculations

36 Administering Blood Products

37 Intravenous Therapies

38 Parenteral Nutrition

39 Medication Classifications

Module 8 Exam

Module 9 Monitoring for Health Problems

40 Vital Signs

41 Diagnostic Tests, Treatments, and Procedures

42 Laboratory Values

43 Acid-Base Balance

44 Perioperative Care

Module 9 Exam

Module 10 Physiological Health Problems

45 Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances

46 Hemodynamics

47 Medical Emergencies

48 Adult Health Conditions

Part 1 – Integumentary

Part 2 – Oncological

Part 3 – Endocrine

Part 4 – Gastrointestinal

Part 5 – Respiratory

Part 6 – Cardiac

Part 7 – Venous

Part 8 – Arterial

Part 9 – Renal

Part 10 – Eye

Part 11 – Ear

Part 12 – Neurological

Part 13 – Musculoskeletal

Part 14 – Immune

49 High-Ri

Linda Anne Silvestri, PhD, RN, Instructor of Nursing, Salve Regina University, Newport, RI; President, Nursing Reviews, Inc. and Professional Nursing Seminars, Inc., Charlestown, RI and HESI

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