Progressive Care Nursing Certification

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 17, 2011 - Medical - 623 pages
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Complete preparation for the progressive care nursing certification examination (PCCN)

Includes CD-ROM with 2 comprehensive exams

With more than 1,200 questions and answers and an easy-to-follow step-by-step review of all the content covered on the exam, Progressive Care Nursing Certification is THE book for anyone taking the PCCN exam. You will find valuable learning aids such as practice exams appearing in each section and a CD-ROM containing 1,200 Q&As, along with valuable tips on passing the exam drawn from the author's extensive experience in the field. The answers to the questions direct you to where the material was covered in the book

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User Review  - Kate - Goodreads

I took my PCCN exam yesterday and I passed, thankfully! It was a very hard test, most definitely the hardest test I have ever taken. I studied with this book and the accompanying CD for over two ... Read full review

Good PCCN book.

User Review  - tamhines - Overstock.com

Good book. Just need time to review. Good source of review for both CCRN and PCCn. Read full review

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Contents

Scott MicekPharmDBarnesJewishHospital St LouisMissouri Lynn Schallom RNMSN CCRN Clinical Nurse Specialist CCNS
Preface
BroMenn Regional Medical Center
Copyright

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Thomas S. Ahrens, RN, MSN, DNSc
BJC Health Care
Center for Nursing Research
4444 Forest Park Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63108

Thomas S. Ahrens, RN, MSN, DNSc, is a Research Scientist at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. He has extensively published, including 5 books and over 100 papers. He has lectured both nationally and internationally on critical care topics. In 2006 he was selected as an Edge Runner by the Academy, which is designated for those people who are developing innovative solutions that eventually become mainstream solutions, for his work with families of hospitalized patients. In 2008 Dr. Ahrens was awarded the "Flame of Excellence" award from the American Association of Critical Care Nurses for sustained and influential work in critical care

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