A Targeted Interventional Program for Canadian–Educated Nursing Graduates who have been unsuccessful on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN®): A Pilot Study

Principal Investigator: Marnie Kramer-Kile RN, PhD

The purpose of this study is to learn more about the experiences of nursing graduates who have failed the NCLEX-RN on the first attempt and to test an educational intervention developed as an online course to help NCLEX-RN repeat writers in Canada. The information gathered with this research will aid in better understanding the educational needs of nursing graduates who have written this exam and been unsuccessful. Most importantly, the outcome for this study is to have a validated online program for Canadian writers of the NCLEX-RN. There is no cost for participating in this study.

Inclusion criteria for the study is as follows:

  1. You must be a graduate from a Canadian nursing program as of 2015 or after
  2. English speaking - course will be completed in English
  3. Second time writer of the NCLEX-RN® (meaning you have failed the exam once only)
  4. Not enrolled in another formal review course

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