We are pleased to announce that the College of the Rockies Bachelor of Science Nursing Program has adopted the following resources to help you in your preparation for the NCLEX-RN® .
The “Transitioning to the NCLEX-RN®: A Study Guide for Canadian-Educated Nursing Graduates”is an electronic resource designed to assist nursing candidates (Canadian-educated) in preparing for the National Council Licensure Entrance Exam (NCLEX-RN®), which was adopted in Canada in 2015. The study guide has been prepared by an experienced nurse educator who has had extensive experience in preparing both new and repeat writers of both the previous Canadian Registration Nurse Exam (CRNE) and the current NCLEX-RN®.
*As a registered COTR Bachelor of Science Nursing student you will be able to receive a copy of this at no charge. Your instructor will provide you with a discount code for downloading. Please Click add to cart and then once in your shopping cart apply the discount code.
The breadth and detail of the knowledge required of pharmacological concepts often overwhelms new graduates when they are beginning their exam preparation. The purpose of this pharmacology study guide is to help you work through the vast amount of pharmacological knowledge required for the NCLEX-RN® in a systematic and purposeful way. This guide organizes content using the current NCLEX-RN® Test Plan and provides specific strategies to address pharmacological areas of review which may challenge new graduates. This includes drug-to-drug interactions, specific adverse reactions due to drug therapy and the potential reactions associated with herbal therapy and conventional medications. The content is focused on a systems approach and will direct you towards important information within each drug class. This is a working guide, so while key information will be presented and organized for review, it is up to you to do the detailed work of content review by answering the questions and exercises in each Module. There are a total of 12 working Modules covered in the Pharmacology Study Guide