Deanne has taught national and international NCLEX® Review courses for the last 20 years. She is a content contributor and instructor for NCLEX® Review Courses.
As a nurse educator – Deanne has taught mini-NCLEX® reviews for the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) midyear and annual conventions and taught audiences of over 1000 nursing students. Deanne currently teaches NCLEX® review courses for colleges and universities throughout the United States.
As a nursing student in Deanne’s clinical rotation, I found that researching disease processes and physically creating concept maps allowed me to easily learn pathways of progression, signs and symptoms, and nursing interventions related to any illness. Karen Crawford, RN
Concept mapping is an area of expertise for Deanne, as she has taught both students and faculty principles behind using concept mapping to foster critical thinking in the classroom and clinical setting. She shares many examples of concept maps and helps attendees develop their own concept maps.
Deanne breaks the process down of making a concept map into 6 simple steps and guides attendees in each step of making a unique concept map.