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We are the experts in nursing education and the leaders in quality NCLEX review and preparation programs.
At CSHS, our goal is to have our students pass the state board exam on their first attempt.

Our faculty is comprised of Registered Nurses with extensive nursing education backgrounds and clinical experience both in the United States and abroad. Our faculty members are highly trained professionals and graduates of a number of the most prestigious institutions in the United States, including Georgetown and the University of California at Los Angeles. Many of our faculty members are holding doctoral degrees and can offer an additional variety of clinical experiences in a wide range of specialties.

CSHS and its faculty work together to bring students the highest quality nursing education program available.

This is a three-day NCLEX board review with simulated exams, integrating the nursing process, client needs, pharmacology, nutrition, safety, infection control, legal issues, management of client care includes priorities and delegation, home care and cultural diversity. The first day is test-taking strategies. The second day will be Medical-Surgical Nursing and the third day will be Maternal/Child and Psychiatric Nursing.

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This is a three-day NCLEX board review with simulated exams, integrating the nursing process, client needs, pharmacology, nutrition, safety, infection control, legal issues, management of client care includes priorities and delegation, home care and cultural diversity. The first day is test-taking strategies. The second day will be Medical-Surgical Nursing and the third day will be Maternal/Child and Psychiatric Nursing.

Day One

The Test-taking strategies

The first day will give you the edge you need. It prepares you for the latest computerized NCLEX exam, so you can pass. When it comes to NCLEX-CAT, it is not enough to have the knowledge, you need to learn how to critically think the question, analyze it, avoid the distracter and chose between the two best options. In the test-taking day you will learn:

  • The test format, grading policy and up to date changes on the test.
  • How to develop critical thinking skills.
  • How to use the nursing process to meet the client needs.
  • How to analyze the question and identify the four critical elements.
  • How to avoid “misreading” the question.
  • How to avoid “reading into” the question.
  • How to eliminate incorrect options.
  • How to answer communication questions.
  • How to manage test anxiety and avoid undesirable test behaviors.
  • How to prioritize responsibilities and delegate patient care.
  • How to answer ethical and legal issues related questions.

Day Two

Medical Surgical Nursing

Through out outstanding lectures and simulated exams containing hundreds of questions you will learn how to apply the nursing process in taking care of adults with:

  • Cardiovascular Disorders.
  • Respiratory Disorders.
  • Acid Base Imbalances.
  • Gastrointestinal Disorders.
  • Endocrine Disorders.
  • Genitourinary Disorders.
  • Oncological Disorders.
  • Connective Tissue Disorders.
  • Immunologic Disorders.
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders.
  • Burns.
  • Neurologic Disorders.
  • Medical Emergencies.

Day Three

During the third day by reviewing hundreds of questions and discussing case studies you will learn about the following:

Maternal/Child Nursing:

  • Childbearing cycle.
  • Antepartal, labor and delivery.
  • Emergency childbirth.
  • Post-partum complications.
  • Care of the newborn and high-risk infants.
  • Growth & development.

Nursing care of children with:

  • Cardiovascular Disorders.
  • Respiratory Disorders.
  • Neurological Disorders.
  • Hematological Disorders.
  • Oncology Disorders.
  • Endocrine Diseases.
  • Pediatric Emergencies.
  • Communicable diseases.
  • Child abuse.

Psychiatric Nursing:

  • Anxiety.
  • Schizophrenia.
  • Mood disorders.
  • Personality disorders.
  • Chemical dependence/Abuse.
  • Organic mental disorders.
  • Eating disorders.
  • Developmental disabilities.
  • Family violence.