Nursing Refresher Program

RN Refresher Program

About the RN Refresher

Are you seeking to re-enter the hospital, or healthcare environment? Then, NEO’s RN Refresher is the program for you. We understand that nurses have a busy schedule, for this reason we created a flexible curriculum. To summarize, NEO’s RN Refresher is 5-week program. Each class takes place on Saturdays for 6 to 8 hours. Attendance is mandatory for all 5-classes due to the fact that this program is already short to allow for flexibility. In addition, students cannot leave earlier than the designated time due to the risks of missing crucial material. To ensure that students get the most from our program, commitment is a must.

Each Saturday, students will learn about the physiology and pathophysiology of several organ systems, these include; Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Gastrointestinal, Endocrine, Renal, Muscle plus Skeletal, and Reproductive systems. Nurses will also learn how to effectively respond and treat disorders related to these systems. Furthermore, each session includes a lecture on resume writing and interview skills. Over the 5 week-long program, students will learn how to create a resume that passes candidate screening systems.

Finally, after completing the program, students will receive an evaluation certificate with performance results of the patient assessment test; in addition, students will receive Forty Contact Education Hours. NEO’s California BRN approved CEH’s are adequate to renew your nursing license or re-obtain a revoked license.

Program Fee: $700.00

Textbook & all Materials Included

8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Each Saturday from 3/7/2020 to 4/4/2020

40 Contact Education Hours Awarded

Call us at 866-266-2229 for more information

We welcome re-entry nurses, experienced nurses and new grads who have been unable to find a job 1 year after graduating.

Also, you do not need an active RN license to take this course.

This course is only offered in our Costa Mesa Training Site

Last but not least, lunch, snacks and drinks are provided

Why should you choose NEO for your RN Refresher

Nurses Educational Opportunities holds a strong reputation for providing stress-free and enjoyable courses. We recognize a nurses desire to understand difficult concepts without head-aches or fear of repercussion. In addition, prior students have acknowledged the confidence they have gained by taking our RN Refresher. Overall, Nurses Educational Opportunities will inspire you to become more confident and to immerse yourself in new adventures.

Summary of Program Agenda

Day 1
The Fundamentals of Nursing

Compliance Guidelines
  • Standard of practice
  • Malpractice
  • “Nurses Eat their Young”
Medication Administration
  • Drug calculations
  • The 7 R’s of drug administration
Nursing Guidelines
  • Rapid Response
  • Fluids & electrolytes
  • Pre-Op and Post-Op care
  • Pain management

Day 2
Cardiac Disorders

Anatomy & Physiology of the Heart
  • Chambers, valves, and blood flow
  • Detecting heart splits and murmurs
EKG Interpretation and Practice
  • Sinus rhythms
  • Junctional arrhythmia’s
  • Ventricular rhythms
  • Cardiac Arrest Rhythms
Interpretation of Compensatory Mechanisms
Calling the Code and Delegation
Cardiac Disorders
  • Myocardial infarction
  • CBAG

Day 3
Respiratory Disorders

Anatomy & Physiology of the Lungs
  • Lobes, airways, and pulmonary circulation
Blood Gas Interpretation
Analysis of Lung Sounds
Diagnostics and Treatments
Oxygen Administration
Intro to to Mechanical Ventilation
  • Modes, settings, and complications
  • How to respond to alarms
Respiratory Disorders
  • COPD
  • ARDS

Day 4
Med-Surg Disorders

Anatomy & Physiology of the Brain
  • Stroke care (2018 & 2019 guidelines)
GI Disorders
  • Esophageal, gastric, and intestinal disorders
Accessory Disorders
  • Liver, pancreas, and renal disorders
Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • To include, those that affect nurses
Reproductive Disorders
  • Male and female reproductive disorders

Day 5
IV Insertion Management

IV Practice
Insulin Administration Practice
Clinical Practice of a proxy patient

On the final day of class, nurses will have to:

  • Receive one patient specific report
  • Analyze blood work, EKG, and a blood gas
  • Perform a head-to-toe assessment
  • Remove an infiltrated IV and restart IV therapy
  • Report to physician using SBAR
  • Provide a detailed patient report
Student Evaluation

Resume Review

Learn how to write a DYNAMIC resume
  • Learn how to incorporate hospital keywords
  • How to properly format a resume
  • Candidate screening software rules
Learn the Different Types of Interview Questions
  • Traditional questions
  • Behavioral questions
  • Conflict of interest questions
  • Clinical question

This does not not mean your resume will be rewritten. The course is taught so you can successfully write your own resume.

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