Happy Nurses Week! National Nurses Week begins each year on May 6th and ends on May 12th, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. During this week we nationally recognize nurses in every step of their profession, from students to retired nursing veterans, for their hard work and resilience in a demanding profession. Nurses are there with compassion when we are ill, hurt, lost, and fighting for our lives. Nurses give us hope. 

A MESSAGE FROM OUR NURSING LEADERS

This year we have a special video from our Chief Nursing Officer and the Directors of Nursing at our three campuses, where they reflect on what Nurses Week means to them, how their fellow nurses, nursing educators, and nursing students, have made a lasting impression on their careers as nursing leaders, and give thanks for your compassion and strength. 
 
Watch the Full Video here:
 
You can also find our Nurses Week video on Instagram and LinkedIn
 
Nursing Faculty and Students, we will be distributing new swag items to celebrate you. Please connect with your Director of Nursing on how to collect yours if you haven’t already!
 
Smith Chason School of Nursing Nurses Week swag items
 

THANK YOU, NURSES

We would like to thank you for being the rock that takes care of our families, friends, and colleagues, the educators that create lasting impacts on our future nurses, and the students that persevere through tough times to be the best nurse they can be. Thank you for your dedication to this profession. 

A big congratulations are in order for our California campus nursing students! The current California NCLEX Pass Rates at our Ontario campus is 89.47% and 86.67% at our Los Angeles campus! We are so proud of our nursing students and all the hard work they put into their education to be the best nurses they can be.

THANK YOU HEALTHCARE HEROES

With the upcoming nursing shortage and the sudden pandemic our world is battling, nurses are as critical as ever to healthcare. The care and resilience nurses at all levels provide our friends and family inspires us daily. Nurses are standing alongside doctors, technologists, and other medical professionals taking care of our communities. We want to thank all of our nurses out there for keeping us safe while risking their own health. Whether you are a WCUI School of Nursing LVN or not, we stay home for you! 

OUR WORLD NEEDS NURSES

If you have ever considered a career as a nurse, now is the time to start. Our WCUI Vocational Nursing program is now available online through the COVID-19 crisis so you can pursue a nursing career while you stay safe at home. By combining the use of virtual simulation and interactive online lectures, we are able to provide the education you expect from WCUI School of Nursing.

NCLEX-PN reviews are integrated during classes at each level of the program* to help you prepare for the NCLEX exam after graduation. Students will have the opportunity to become familiar with the material and testing format of the NCLEX exam and see where their strengths and weaknesses lie. Our nursing faculty is always on-hand to provide further NCLEX reviews and study assistance throughout the VN program to help our nursing students succeed.

Are you interested in becoming a licensed vocational nurse? We are currently enrolling at our Los Angeles and Ontario campuses for the Summer term start in June 2020! Our admissions team is ready to assist you through the process and figure out if our vocational nursing program is the right move for your healthcare career. Virtual Admissions Interviews are available! Give us a call at (888)315-4993 or email admissions@wcui.edu.

 

For more information on prepping for the NCLEX exam visit:
https://www.ncsbn.org/nclex.htm
https://nursejournal.org/articles/6-things-to-know-about-the-nclex-examination/

For more information on the licensure requirements in California: https://www.nursinglicensure.org/state/nursing-license-california.html

* Current NCLEX Quarter Rates up through Qtr4 2019. Please see www.bvnpt.ca.gov for per campus rates.
* WCUI’s Vocational Nursing program only leads to licensure in the State of California.