Refresher Course For RNs/LPNs With “Simulation Anne”
Coordinators: Mary Lehaf, MSN, RN, Jean Hirst, RN
For RNs and LPNs that have been out of practice less than 20 years. A review of body systems focusing on the latest diagnostic, surgical and medical interventions, and treatments, studies include theory, skills practice, CPR, résumé writing, interviewing workshop, and case management. Clinical rotation includes hospital orientation, bedside patient care, infection control practices, review of patient clinical records with computer entries, and medication administration observation with a RN preceptor.
Current NJ license (RNs and LPNs) or inactive RNs and LPNs with approval from the NJ Board of Nursing Director at 973-504-6430 or click here to view the RN/LPN Reinstatement Packet.
Prerequisites (Instructions to access prerequisites forms will be emailed to you upon registration):
- 18 years of age or older
- Current NJ license (RNs and LPNs) or inactive RNs and LPNs with approval from the NJ Board of Nursing Director at 973-504-6430 or www.state.nj.us/lps/ca/medical/nursing.htm; click on “reinstatement RN/LPN packet”
- Physical exam, documentation of immunizations, 2-step PPD, hepatitis B series, and Flu vaccine
- Copy of malpractice insurance face sheet (additional fee)
- Clear criminal background check and drug screening (additional fee)
Note: Uniform required. 100% attendance required.
Wed, April 1 – June 3rd 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Long Branch
Clinical Orientation: Thur, June 4th – 7:00 am-3:00 pm, JSUMC
Clinical: Mon – Fri, June 5th – June 12th, 7:00 am – 7:00 pm (8 to 12-hour shifts) – JSUMC
Fee and Code: $1935, XMEDN 007 Textbooks not included. Click here for the Textbook and Supply list.
No online registration available.
To register please call 732-224-2315
IV Therapy Certificate For Nurses
Registered nurses and LPNs will learn the skills to perform peripheral IV therapy including vein selection, vein cannulation and skill practice on artificial arms.
Areas of Study: Current uses, types of fluids, trouble shooting, and understanding complications.
Note: IV supply kit required.