Nursing Education Training

Level Two, First Edition

The profession of nursing is as exciting as it is interesting! Your learners have embarked on a journey to become part of one of the largest healthcare fields. As key individuals in the healthcare industry with ever increasing challenges and responsibilities, nurses continue to excel and adapt to technological change. Nursing faculty, as role models, enable students to gain knowledge and skills of a novice practitioner in order to enhance their transition to practice, leading to increased competence and better patient care.

As the roles of nurses continually evolve, it becomes increasingly important for educational programs to provide training in informatics and technology. KbPort™ Automated Medication Dispensing solutions provide extensive hands-on and repetitive practice in several nursing responsibilities, and enable higher confidence and competence in clinical judgement and psychomotor practices.

KbPort™ Nursing Education Training workbooks align with our simulated technology, mirroring what learners will encounter in typical clinical settings, and enable both instructor and learner to collaborate on the important aspects of medication administration and documentation. Nursing Education Training workbooks will help you instruct learners in gaining the skills and practice needed in order to fulfill future tasks as nurses through various teaching methods, including hands-on training, and activities.

Through these Nursing Education Training workbooks learners are sure to become highly skilled nurses, improving patient outcomes and saving lives.

Nursing Education Training Features

  • Works with KbPort™ hardware:
  • Works with KbPort™ software:
  • Highly readable format
  • Content written by a leading expert in the field
  • Workbook contains
    • Lab introductions
    • Instructor directions
    • Nursing competencies addressed
    • Terms & definitions
    • Learner objectives & instructions
    • Safety precautions, notes & lab tips
    • Activities
    • Evaluation rubrics
    • Patient kit
    • Suggested references