CE Module for Nurse Executive Review & Resource Manual, 3rd Ed.
NOTE: This module requires the purchase and study of the specific Review and Resource Manual as identified in the title of the course. The Review and Resource Manual is not included with the purchase of the CE Module. 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 Nurse Executive Review and Resource Manual, 3rd Ed. This course consists of a required disclosure, required disclaimer, verification of manual purchase, pre-test, post-test, and course evaluation. Contact hours are available only for the most current edition in print.
American Nurses Association 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 ANA Review and Resource Manuals uniquely positioned to help nurses prepare for the ANCC certification exams. Each ANA Review and Resource Manual offers contact hour credit for studying the manual and passing an online post-test. The goal of this course is to provide nurses with current information to be utilized in nursing management and to provide review materials for nurses desiring nurse executive certification.
Key Learning Outcomes
- Pass the post-test with at least 80 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.
Al Rundio, PhD, DNP, RN, APRN, NEA-BC, DPNAP
Al Rundio is the associate dean for post licensure nursing programs: RN to BSN Program; Graduate Nursing & Doctoral Programs & CNE and is also a clinical professor of nursing at Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions. He has 40 years of nursing experience, more than 30 years of nursing administration experience, 20 years of experience as an educator and 17 years of experience as an advanced practice nurse. Dr. Rundio holds three master's degrees, two doctorates (PhD in education, DNP in advanced practice) and three post-master's certificates.
Virginia Wilson, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, NE-BC
Virginia Wilson is a clinical assistant professor for graduate and undergraduate nursing programs and is director of the Innovation and Intra/Entrepreneurship MSN program at Drexel University’s College of Nursing & Health Professions. A registered nurse for more than four decades, she has experiences at multiple levels of nursing administration in health care organizations and leadership roles including: educator, consultant, and care provider. Research interests include leadership development and succession planning in healthcare organizations. Holding faculty positions in various universities, she teaches across multiple curriculum levels specializing in leadership development topics, legal issues in health care, health care policy, and the business of health care.
Faye (Pearlman) Meloy, PhD, MSN, MBA, RN
Faye Meloy is the associate dean of pre-licensure BSN nursing programs and is also an associate professor. Dr. Meloy joined the College of Nursing and Health Professions faculty in 2001 after more than twenty-five years of experience in clinical practice, health policy and planning, and health care administration. During her tenure at Drexel, Dr. Meloy has distinguished herself as a leader in both teaching and administrative roles including: undergraduate and graduate education (in both classroom and online educational formats), Director of Academic Emergency Medical Services Programs, Coordinator for Advanced Practice Leadership Track in Drexel’s MSN program and membership in a number of departmental and university committees and task forces.