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CPNE Notes from an EC grad. - page 6

just to let everyone know. i posted an updated version of my cpne study notes. what makes this so cool is that i had a tremendous amount of help from lisa, a friend of mine who is a paramedic, er... Read More

  1. Visit  LoopsRN2 profile page
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    Quote from ivanh3
    Thank you and good luck. I hope these are still relevant. The notes are not about any specific element or procedure, but about an overall approach (among many). The basis is still this: For the CPNE you need to OWN the material. It must be better than second nature. This is so when the nerves kick in you will still be on solid ground.

    Ivan
    I think the critical elements are still very relevant, we just need to go through and tweak where would like to! I like your explanations of care plans and I LOVE your breakdown of the grid, something I desperately needed! We have a pretty large group about to take CPNE and just coming into the CPNE prep here at allnurse right now, and I wish I would have found this link a month ago! Congrats on all of your exciting accomplishments since your time at Excelsior! What an inspiration!
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    Quote from Loops
    I think the critical elements are still very relevant, we just need to go through and tweak where would like to! I like your explanations of care plans and I LOVE your breakdown of the grid, something I desperately needed! We have a pretty large group about to take CPNE and just coming into the CPNE prep here at allnurse right now, and I wish I would have found this link a month ago! Congrats on all of your exciting accomplishments since your time at Excelsior! What an inspiration!
    Thanks! This board is filled with form EC grads who have experienced great personal and professional growth. Nursing is truly a great field because it offers tremendous opportunities. I have been working as a family nurse practitioner and start my doctorate studies in a few days. Just hunker down. You can do it. I will cross my fingers for you!
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    Thanks for the tips, greatly appreciated. i am taking my cpne in 7 weeks and very stressed!!!! I have a question.... it is allowed to right personal notes and proper steps to you will take on the back to forms during the cpne testing?
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    just wanted to say THANK YOU!!! :bowingpur I am using the 18th edition and though a little tweeking may be necessary, at least now I have a real understanding of how to put it all together. I have been CPNE ready for 2 TWO TOOOOO years and just now after reading through your material am I really able to understand how to move forward. I have attended two workshops, and bought numerous materials, and through you simple wisdom, I can finally see some light! I test in July and my oh my am I ever anxious, but now I will go buy a skills book, and the other recommended materials! Please keep helping the ones coming up!
    I too will be pushing forward to my NP, but first things first!
    thanks again
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    Quote from lovesmykids
    Thanks for the tips, greatly appreciated. i am taking my cpne in 7 weeks and very stressed!!!! I have a question.... it is allowed to right personal notes and proper steps to you will take on the back to forms during the cpne testing?
    You may need to verify this but: Yes, you can write notes down once the timer starts. That is actually the purpose of the Grid. Your notes, however, must come from memory, and not something you have carried in with you. Could someone please verify my statement?

    Ivan
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    Glad we could help. Sometimes it is just that other approach or perspective that helps. Keep moving forward, and then one day maybe it will be you helping those who come behind you.

    Ivan


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