ARN’s convenient, online Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse (CRRN) Review checks your knowledge in preparation for the CRRN examination. The CRRN Online Review is delivered in a unique and highly effective self-guided environment using a multiple choice question and answer format. Using a sophisticated algorithm, the course moves you through those things you already know efficiently, and focuses your attention on areas where you need to improve.
Offering 12 contact hours, the Online CRRN Review follows the CRRN exam blueprint, utilizing questions and answers written and reviewed by experts in the field. With 16 modules total, there is an opportunity to review each domain and task included within the CRRN exam. Modules correspond to each Domain/Task combination in the CRRN Exam Outline:
Domain I: Rehabilitation Nursing Models and Theories
Task 1: Incorporate evidence-based practice, models, and theories into patient-centered care.
Domain II: Functional Health Patterns (theories, physiology, assessment, standards of care, and interventions in individuals with injury, chronic illness, and disability across the lifespan)
Task 1: Apply the nursing process to optimize the restoration and preservation of the individual's health and well being.
Task 2: Apply the nursing process to promote optimal nutrition.
Task 3: Apply the nursing process to optimize the individual's elimination patterns.
Task 4: Apply the nursing process to optimize the individual’s highest level of functional ability.
Task 5: Apply the nursing process to optimize the individual's sleep and rest patterns.
Task 6: Apply the nursing process to optimize the individual's neurological function.
Task 7: Apply the nursing process to promote the individual’s optimal psychosocial patterns and holistic wellbeing.
Task 8: Apply the nursing process to optimize coping and stress management skills of the individual and caregivers.
Task 9: Apply the nursing process to optimize the individual's ability to communicate effectively.
Domain III: The Function of the Rehabilitation Team and Community Reintegration
Task 1: Collaborate with the interdisciplinary / inter-professional team to achieve patient-centered goals.
Task 2: Apply the nursing process to promote the individual's community reintegration.
Domain IV: Legislative, Economic, Ethical, and Legal Issues
Task 1: Integrate legislation and regulations to guide management of care.
Task 2: Use the nursing process to deliver cost effective patient-centered care.
Task 3: Integrate ethical considerations and legal obligations that affect nursing practice.
Task 4: Integrate quality and safety in patient-centered care.
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Upon completion of all of the modules, the learner will be able to:
1. Demonstrate knowledge and application of principles and processes integral to rehabilitation nursing across each of the domains and tasks included in the CRRN examination.
2. Identify care strategies used to improve health and function of patients in the rehabilitation setting.
3. Understand the nursing process employed in patient-centered care.
4. Integrate legislation and regulations to guide the management of patient-centered care.
Success on the practice exam cannot guarantee positive results on the certification examination. ARN recommends use of The Specialty Practice of Rehabilitation Nursing: A Core Curriculum and/or The Professional Rehabilitation Nursing Online Course as additional resources for those areas where the learner identified that additional study is needed.
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The Association of Rehabilitation Nurses is accredited with distinction as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Release Date: March 2018
Expiration Date: February 2022
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