Preparing for the Next Generation NCLEX Q&A with UWorld’s Director of Nursing
Depending on whom you talk to, Next Generation NCLEX has been a topic of great excitement, consternation, or concern in the nursing education community in recent years. With 2023 quickly approaching, questions abound about the new testing format and questions types. We sat down with our new Director...Read More
How Will Next Generation Affect the NCLEX Test Design?
With the upcoming Next Generation NCLEX® transition on the horizon, faculty are wondering what other testing changes to anticipate. While the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) is still finalizing many aspects of the Next Gen transition, they recently announced what other changes to the...Read More
UWorld Nursing Events
We are proud to support the 2021 NLN Education Summit: Leading and Teaching Beyond Resilience on September 23-25th, 2021. Due to the ever-changing situation with COVID-19, we are offering in-person activities for conference attendees and online sessions for educators who prefer that format. Access the full schedule and register for a demo on UWorld’s NLN Conference page.
In-person participants should stop by our booth to…
- Meet our new Director of Nursing, Karen Sutherland, PhD, RN, and learn more about the philosophy behind UWorld Nursing.
- Watch a demo of the Learning Platform for Nursing to learn how to leverage our challenging questions and content-rich rationales for instruction, homework, and remediation.
- Get a sneak peek of our new Next Generation NCLEX Case Study with sample questions and rationales.
- Learn more about UWorld’s newest QBank for Family Nurse Practitioner candidates.
September 24-28, 2021
Flexible Times Available
Education is one of the most important civil rights issues. When you give someone an education, it changes them irreversibly; it transforms their life and it changes their community forever. Once you have an education you can’t be oppressed, you can’t be led astray.”
Former Chairman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, appointed by
President Barack Obama