Nurse Executive Certification 1-Day Review Course Workshop - Torrance, CA
Hosted by: Harbor UCLA Medical Center
This is a closed workshop for Harbor UCLA Medical Center ONLY.
The Nurse Executive Certification 1-Day Review Course gives you 24 contact hours; 8.5 for the completion of the one-day workshop and 15.5 for the completion of the Nurse Executive Certification PracticeIQ.
*Registriaton closes Friday, November 29, 2019.
The Nurse Executive Certification Review Course one day workshop provides information relevant to current practice and review materials to prepare for the ANCC Nurse Executive board certification exam. In addition, participants may earn continuing education contact hours and gain valuable study tips and information to be utilized in preparing for certification exams. Over the course, learners will be immersed in comprehensive content, knowledge checks, case study reviews and practice questions.
Increase your knowledge and gain test-taking confidence by taking these computer-based practice questions. Gain test-taking confidence with ANA’s Online Certification PracticeIQ.
Included with the workshop:
- Nurse Executive Certification PracticeIQ
Key Learning Outcomes
Nurses will apply, analyze and evaluate:
- Current practice information, research and application in relation to the Nurse Executive and nursing leadership roles
- Relevant practice updates
- Improved patient and organizational safety and quality outcomes
- Preparation for board certification exam
DNP, RN, NE-BC
Megan is an experienced executive nurse with an ANCC certification in Nurse Executive and over 14 years patient care, administrative, management experience. Experiences include leading overall clinical and financial operation of clinical and administrative departments within areas of responsibility. Megan has led her units to accomplishing positive contribution margins and has exceeded NDNQI employee satisfaction standards for past 4 years. She has mastery in mentoring and staff developing through clinical ladder programs and increasing certified nurses in her areas of responsibility.