Family Nurse Practitioner Certification Intensive Review, Third Edition: Fast Facts and Practice
- Springer Publishing Company
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- 1 unit
- This highly praised review's third edition continues to promote efficient, time-saving study by distilling the complex knowledge required to pass the exam into a succinct, well-organized structure. It has been updated with important details on the new ancc and aanpcb certification exams, such as new test-format questions with photographs of skin and eye disorders and ekgs, as well as more difficult drag-and-drop and multiple-choice questions. Also new to the third edition is more detailed information about nonclinical topics on the exam, including research, ethics, medico-legal issues, advanced practice law, health practices of various cultures, and reimbursement guidelines. One hundred new review questions throughout the book and on the practice exam―including answer key and rationale―increase the total number of questions to more than 700.
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Love this review book!
This is a great review book! I purchased it to review for boards and it was very helpful...I PASSED!!! The book makes concepts easy to understand, gives suggestions on what to focus on, and goes through each system. The app is amazing. As part of my study plan, I wanted to do 50 questions each day. The app has a reminder I set up to alert me to do my study questions. I could choose the topics to create custom quizzes or use the ones created for each system. It has many features to support learning, identify weaknesses, and supplement learning. AND...each answer provides rationale which also helped my understanding. Great book and accompanying app!
These flashcards were a nice addition to my prep for ANCCFNP. I did the APEA review and all the study questions on their online bank, and getting these cards was nice because the questions were very relevant to what I saw on boards and it was a nice break from constantly looking at a computer screen answering questions from the APEA site. I found it very helpful.