Tag: CPNE

Heather Wolfe passed her CPNE in Utica in 2019

Heather Wolfe, of Adrian, Michigan, wanted to be a nurse since she was a child. It seemed the career was meant for her because she carried around a Fisher Price medical kit and practiced nursing on her Cabbage Patch Kids dolls. Wolfe pursued becoming an RN several times throughout her life but experiences always got …

Nursing Resources to pass the CPNE

As an associate degree in nursing student, you are required to take nursing theory components to prepare you for demonstrating proficiency in nursing care during the Clinical performance in Nursing Examination (CPNE). There are two tutorials that you should be aware of that can improve your success. NUR 3014: Critical Thinking and the Nursing Process …

Lynda Yazhari outside Covenant Health Medical Center after passing her CPNE

Lynda Yazhari passed the Clinical Performance in Nursing Examination in November 2018 at Covenant Health Systems in Lubbock, Texas, on her first attempt and at 25 weeks pregnant. With the accomplishment under her belt, Yazhari plans to move ahead in her career and fulfill her dream of becoming a neonatal intensive care unit nurse. Yazhari …

CPNE Passer, Rhonda Adams

Rhonda Adams says she sleeps, eats, and breaths nursing. Her mother says it’s the only thing she knows. Adams lives her profession every day and it is why she was determined to pass her Clinical Performance in Nursing Exam (CPNE) after more than 16 years of being an LPN. A divorced single parent of four …

Andrew Lieberam jumping for joy in front of Excelsior College sign

Making the leap into the nursing field takes time, dedication and determination. It also requires passing of the Clinical Performance in Nursing Exam (CPNE), a comprehensive performance examination that validates a student’s competency to enter professional nursing practice. But for United States Marine Corps paramedic Andrew Lieberman, the exam was reasonable and doable in large …

By Cathy DeChance, PhD, RN; Lisa Robert, MS, RNC; Dawn Olbrych, MSN, CNE; Nicole Hedowski, MSN, RN, NE-BC; Karla Scavo, MS, RN Through the Retention/Persistence Proposal, money was obtained from the Office of the Provost, so that the AD team could develop a simulation workshop for our students. A small task force from the AD nursing team launched the …

December 2016 We are pleased to offer two new resources to assist CPNE eligible students who are preparing for the CPNE 1. Free CPNE Webinars: Conversations with Kim Once a month Assistant Dean Kim Hedley will give a presentation to help you prepare for the CPNE. Webinars will be recorded and made available for later …

Excelsior College today announced a $75,000 award from the Hearst Foundations to fund scholarships for high-achieving, low-income students entering the final phase of the College’s associate degree nursing program, the Clinical Performance in Nursing Examination® (CPNE). The Foundations’ interests in success in higher education, access to high quality health care, and economic independence for families …