Excellent Orientation to Maternity and THE PERFECT Cross-Training Tool
The Preparation for the Maternal and Newborn Nursing RNC Exam
UPDATE – REVIEW – PREP COURSE
#1 for understanding Maternal and Fetal /Neonatal Physiology and Adaptation
The seminar for Level II Nursery Nurses
Demonstrated Improved RNC Testing Results
New Test Taking Tips and Practice
- Describe maternal, fetal and neonatal physiology, norms and expected outcomes from the antepartum to the postpartum period, determining potential risk factors affecting outcomes.
- Review maternal history and physical findings to determine potential risk factors affecting maternal, fetal and neonatal outcomes.
- Identify normal and abnormal findings through physical assessment, laboratory values, and common screening tools.
- Describe components for neonatal assessment and systems review.
- Describe common problems and complications in the antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum, and transitional periods.
- Identify the at-risk mother, fetus, and newborn based upon multiple facets of information available to the care provider.
- Discuss elements of lactation, nutrition, and breastfeeding.
- Describe components of education and support for maternal, newborn and family care.
- Discuss role adaptation, nursing care, and family dynamics relative to maternal and newborn norms, deviations and needs.
- Identify Test Taking Skills and barriers to testing success.
RNNCEs recommends that you review the test content listed in the NCC Candidates Guide before the seminar or webinar, so you are aware of your own strengths and weaknesses.
**Taking the review course does not guarantee to pass the exam.
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