1. Democratic Democratic style of leadership in nursing enhances the participation of junior employees in the decision making of the organization. Although, the final decision is that of the leader, s/he collects information, feedback and ideas from all the staff members before finalizing. This type of leadership in nursing is quite effective as all the… Continue reading Different Styles of Leadership
The answer : It depends!! As of now, NCLEX is the nursing licensing exam accepted by The United States, Canada, and Australia for nurses to practice. You can write NCLEX exam, if you meet the eligibility requirements set by their respective nursing regulatory body (NRB). As each NRB has its own eligibility requirements to take… Continue reading Can I write NCLEX? Can I immigrate to any country if I pass NCLEX?
National Council Licensure Examination, known as NCLEX-RN exam, is given by selected countries to determine whether or not a candidate is prepared to begin working as an entry-level nurse in that country. USA, Canada, and Australia allow internationally educated nurses (those who studied basic nursing outside of USA, Canada, and Australia) to practice, if the… Continue reading What is NCLEX-RN exam?
To keep up with the complex healthcare needs and technological advancement of today, NCLEX-RN exam is getting updated in 2023 and we call it Next Generation NCLEX-RN or NGN. The questions will be based on the client need categories and will include new type of questions formats which focuses on critical thinking and clinical judgment.… Continue reading Changes to NCLEX-RN exam (NGN from April 2023)
Q1. I have heard that NCLEX-RN for USA is very hard compared to NCLEX-RN for Canada or Australia. Is it true? Answer: The NCLEX-RN exam is same for USA, Canada, and Australia. There is no difference in the exam. You can learn more about NCLEX-RN from www.nclex.com Q.2: I have heard that there is a… Continue reading NCLEX-RN in Other Countries