All of our courses are written by real-world Nursing & Review lecturers from the Philippines, with years of
clinical experience in the field.
All of our exercises are structured around the
Philippine Nursing Licensure Exam (PNLE).
The PALMER section of the PNLE is a unique Filipino topic that assesses the examinee’s knowledge and skills in the following areas:Professional adjustment, Leadership and management, Research
Theories, concepts, principles and processes basic to the practice of nursing.
This course deals with health programs, services and strategies of the Department of Health; concepts, philosophy, goals and objectives of Community Health Nursing; and the basic roles, functions and responsibilities of the community health nurse. It also includes care of clients with non-communicable and communicable diseases.
Concepts, theories, principles and processes basic to the delivery of safe and quality nursing care of mother and child. It encompasses promotive and preventive care of mothers with normal health conditions including curative and rehabilitative care to those with disturbances in reproductive health. Further, it focuses on the nursing care of children in various stages of growth and development.
Nursing care of clients with alterations in health patterns throughout the life cycle utilizing the nursing process. This course also includes disaster nursing and care of clients in acute biologic crises.
Principles, concepts and theories underlying psychiatric nursing care to individuals, families and communities in a variety of settings.