CRRN study resources from the Rehab Nursing Series
certification review for rehabilitation nursing
Contact Hours: Contact hours are no longer offered for this course.
Pricing & Licensure
Single User License: $297.50
Single UNIT License: $1585
Unit, multi-unit, and facility pricing/licensure is determined by number of beds. Workgroup licenses are also available for those in other settings.
Rehab Nursing Series Course 21
Focus: Preparing for the Certification Exam
This is a drill-and-review course targeted toward nurses with 2 years of rehab experience who are preparing for the national exam.
Organized around the content outline for the test, this course addresses rehab nursing models and theories, functional health patterns (theories, physiology, assessment, and care strategies), the rehab team and community reentry, and legislative, economic, ethical, and legal issues. The course and its accompanying workbook provide an opportunity to review and then practice retrieving information to facilitate retention of information for the test. Included are multiple quizzes and a practice test that contains a data base of questions for repeated practice in test taking, delivering a different set of 150 questions from the 300 question database each time the test is taken.
Overview & Pretest
Introduction to the course and the organization of the certification exam. The pretest identifies strong and weak areas of exam content so that learners can, if preferred, simply focus on weak areas.
Rehabiitation Principles & Philosophy
This section of the course addresses philosophy, legislation, theories, and economics of rehab care, using review and drill activities to facilitate remembering.
Special Populations & Team Issues
The success of rehabilitation depends on understanding the psychosocial impact of disability and being able to teach and prepare patients to live in the community. This section reviews these issues.
What am I going to do?
Posttest: Do I get to practice?
As a result of participating in this activity, the learner will be able to pass the posttest with a score of 80% or better, demonstrating knowledge of:
Contact hours no longer will be provided for this course after October 1, 2019. If you would like to provide contact hours for this course at your site, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the details of the Mergener formula.