Chamberlain School of Nursing Q&A with Cathy Parkes

by Angelina Guzman

Cathy got a chance to sit down with a group of awesome student nurses from Chamberlain University in Columbus, OH. Listen as she addresses some of their burning question, ranging from how to best prepare for the NCLEX to sharing a tip about how to use a calendar to keep things straight when your semester gets crazy!

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What's in this Live Stream

⬇︎** Cathy answers pre-submitted questions **⬇︎

  • Study Tips 1:07 - 18:14
  • Pharm Tips 18:21 - 23:37
  • Studying for Nclex/Ati 23:44 - 28:07
  • New Grad Residencies 28:17 - 34:15
⬇︎** Open Q&A Time **⬇︎
  • Outside resources 34:50 - 35:11
  • Flashcards/Videos 35:33 - 36:01
  • Future Flashcards 36:22 - 37:04
  • Community Health 37:17 - 38:53
  • Community/Leadership 39:01 - 39:53
  • NCLEX 40:11 - 45:59

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