Megan T, Bachelor of Arts, Registered Respiratory Therapist, Registered Nurse: The nursing profession has changed enormously over the past few decades but the one constant is that bedside nursing is still an area of extreme importance. I was fortunate enough to have had a wonderful experience at Hartford Hospital in Hartford CT. Organization, time management and putting your patient first were top priorities for student nurses. Understanding nursing fund... [more]
Forty years in the medical field has given me ample opportunity to test as well as teach. My work experience has allowed me to train and teach other employees and students not only in nursing but respiratory therapy as well. I have also been a nurse evaluator for the National Association that tests nurses aides. My understanding about the formatting and weight of the varied parts of these exams is very helpful when helping a student prepare for such a comprehensive exam. Special attention is given to the wording as well as the vocabulary of each question on. Also areas of weakness are identified when making a plan to get started. Organization is a key factor when preparing for a test such as the NCLEX.
I am a Registered Nurse, as well as a Registered Respiratory Therapist. I have been in the medical field for over 40 years. At present I am tutoring a nursing student from Marymount University helping her get ready for her HESI exam as well as the NCLEX. Pharmacology is a part of nursing and I have been giving medications for 40 plus years. Course work for the pharmacy technician course is not as advanced as the pharmacology course work for pharmacology in nursing. For these reasons I feel that I am qualified to tutor a pharmacology technician student.