Medical Surgical Nursing Certification Interactive Review Course Workshop – Rutland, VT
Molly Persby, MHSA, RN-BC
Rutland Regional Medical Center (RRMC)
- Interactive course opens: April 13, 2019
- Virtual Session (Date and time): May 7, 2019 12-1 PM EST
- Interactive course closes: June 8, 2019
- Workshop date (Date and time): June 8, 2019 8-12:30 PM Local Time
*Registration closes: April 23, 2019
ANA’s Medical-Surgical Nursing Interactive Certification Review Workshop provides information relevant to current practice and review materials to prepare for the ANCC Medical-Surgical Nursing board certification exam. The course content aligns with the ANCC exam content outline.
During this course, you will be immersed in independent study, consisting of multimedia learning activities combined with knowledge checks, case studies, and discussion boards with your peers. Your personal learning journey will be led by a knowledge coach who will guide your cohort through this interactive review course. An electronic copy of the Medical-Surgical Nursing Review & Resource Manual is also included for the duration of the course content.
The course consists of online independent study with 24/7 access plus two live knowledge coach facilitated sessions. One is via web-conferencing platform, ZOOM, and the other is face to face at the workshop location. Course content is available from one month before the course start date, through three months after the course end date.
Key Learning Outcomes
Nurses will apply, analyze and evaluate:
- Current practice information, research and application to clinical practice.
- Relevant clinical updates with treatment options.
- Improved patient safety and quality outcomes.
- Preparation for board certification exam.
Persby has worked in medical-surgical nursing since 1989. She has been board-certified in the specialty since the early 1990s. Her experience includes the staff nursing, nurse precepting, charge nurse, supervisor, nurse manager, director and vice president positions. In all these roles, she emphasizes the importance of remaining current with practice standards and guidelines to function as a mentor. In the long-term acute care setting, Persby cares for patients that meet acute care standards, with a broad range of medical-surgical conditions.