Next Generation NCLEX® Series: Advanced Copy of Our New eBook
by Susan Sanders, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, Vice President of Kaplan Nursing | April 16, 2020
While we are committed to meeting all your needs during the COVID-19 crisis, we also haven’t lost sight of long-term initiatives and the need to prepare for the future, post-pandemic nursing world; particularly, the upcoming transition to Next Generation NCLEX®.
Thus, in addition to the many other free digital resources we are offering nurse educators during this challenging time, we have also decided to release an advanced copy of our newest eBook, ”Next Generation NCLEX® (NGN): What You Need to Know.” This advanced educator’s copy is a free preview of the version we will be releasing for purchase by students later this year, which will also include a sampling of practice NGN-style questions.
”Next Generation NCLEX® (NGN): What You Need to Know” (ISBN 9781506258324) covers:
- Overview of the NCLEX-RN Exam
- Understanding the Computer Adaptive Test and Test Blueprint
- Next Generation NCLEX project
Nurse educators can click here to download the eBook.
For more information on NGN, visit our NGN website to view faculty resources developed by Kaplan’s expert team of nurse consultants.
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As Vice President of Kaplan Nursing, Dr. Sanders, oversees the vision and strategy surrounding product development, research and consulting for the company’s full suite of nursing products. The nursing team has expanded Kaplan’s NCLEX prep business into benchmark testing and remediation with the addition of service and consulting. She has focused on student, faculty, staff and program development through an emphasis on outcomes. She is experienced in delivering presentations to regional and national audiences. She has gained additional leadership expertise as president of the state nurses association, through professional memberships, and through board certification as an Advanced Nurse Executive (NEA-BC).