Students prep for exam at NCLEX Cafe
On Tuesday, Oct. 4, the School of Nursing invited approximately 90 seniors from the NURS 496 class to the Student Lounge for the NCLEX Cafe. Susan Johnson, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC, clinical assistant professor in the Department of Adult Health and Nursing Systems, coordinated the event to give students the opportunity to review the NCLEX exam with faculty experts in small group settings.
“The NCLEX cafe allows students to ask questions and discuss exam topics in a relaxed and interactive atmosphere,” Johnson said. “We’ve held the cafe each semester since 2014. The participants appreciate the faculty expertise and consistently give positive.”
Students had the option of selecting four of five different nursing care review options. Small groups of students convened in classrooms with a faculty member leading the subject review. Faculty shared their expertise and discussed simulated NCLEX questions while giving students the opportunity to ask questions. At the end of each session, students rotated to the next NCLEX Cafe review classroom. The next NCLEX Cafe will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 11.
Students participating in NCLEX Cafe
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