Nursing grads, are NCLEX worries keeping you up at night? Stressing about handling a full patient load? Feeling a little overwhelmed? You’re not alone. Graduation from nursing school is a massive accomplishment, but those next steps--passing boards and starting a demanding new job as a nurse-can seem daunting. Never fear: This book can help you map out a clear path from commencement to successful career.
Doody 4 Star Review
“This book is concise (fewer than 200 pages) and easy to read, yet it comprehensively covers all matters pertinent to new graduate nurses. It goes beyond simply providing information that is helpful with matters such as securing a job and passing the NCLEX to cultivating a sense of professional advocacy and leadership.”
-Susan G Wiera, MSN(Michigan State University College of Nursing)
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About the Authors
Cynthia M. Thomas, EdD, MS, RNc, is an Associate Professor at Ball State University’s School of Nursing, teaching leadership and management. A nurse for 40 years, she focuses on the transition from student to professional RN role.
Constance E. McIntosh, EdD, MBA, RN, is an Assistant Professor at Ball State University’s School of Nursing, teaching leadership and management and financial management. Prior to teaching, she held senior leadership roles in hospitals and healthcare organizations.
Jennifer S. Mensik, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, is Vice President of CE Programming for OnCourse Learning and faculty for DNP and undergraduate programs at Arizona State University College of Nursing and Health Innovations.