CE Module for Gerontological Nursing Review & Resource Manual, 3rd Ed.
NOTE: This course requires the purchase and study of the specific Review and Resource Manual as identified in the title of the course prior to enrolling in the online course. The manual may be purchased here.
NOTE: This course requires the purchase and study of the specific Review and Resource Manual as identified in the title of the course prior to enrolling in the online course. The manual may be purchased here. This course provides the certification exam contact hours for nurses who have purchased and studied the Gerontological Nursing Review and Resource Manual, 3rd Ed. Contact hours are available only for the most current edition in print.
Nursing Knowledge Center Certification Review and Resource Manuals are designed to help nurses pass the certification exams, to provide continuing education contact hours for recertification, and to act as a general resource for that specialty. Each manual is based on the exam’s test content outline, making NKC Review and Resource Manuals uniquely positioned to help nurses prepare for the ANCC certification exams. Each NKC Review and Resource Manual offers contact hour credit for studying the manual and passing an online post-test. The goals of this course are to increase knowledge in gerontological nursing and to help participants successfully pass the ANCC Gerontological Nursing certification exam.
Key Learning Outcomes
- Pass the post-test with at least 75 percent of the answers correct.
- Select responses to test questions based on key principles, standards of practice and theoretical basis of nursing practice.
- Choose accepted therapeutic interventions in answering questions related to quality nursing practice.
- Utilize direct and indirect professional role responsibilities and applications regarding nursing practice in answering test questions.
Patricia Tabloski, PhD, GNP-BC, FAAN, FGSA
Tabloski has many years of experience in geriatric nursing practice, including establishing the first nurse-managed geriatric evaluation clinic in Massachusetts, conducting research defining non-pharmacologic methods to ease agitation and improve sleep in older persons with dementia, and contributing to the development of policy promoting independence in nursing practice. She has published two texts: "Gerontological Nursing" and the "Clinical Manual for Gerontological Nursing." She was inducted as a Fellow in the Gerontological Society of America, the National Academies of Practice and the American Academy of Nursing.