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Women's Health Comprehensive Review Sneak Peek

Introduction

This guide is intended to provide a sneak peak of WH717 - Women's Health Comprehensive Review - for clinical students who are looking ahead. It contains information to answer commonly asked questions and to help students get started with reviewing. 

Required Resources for WH717

Textbook:

Kelsey, B.M. & Nagtalon-Ramos, J. (2021). Midwifery & Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide (5th ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning. ISBN-13: 978-1284183092, ISBN-10: 1284183092

 

NCC Certification for Women's Health website:

Become familiar with this website which will have everything you need to know about the certification exam. Scroll down to see a link for a PDF copy of the candidate guide.

Contacting the NM717 Course Coordinator

Contacting and working with Kendra Faucett, WH717 Course Coordinator:

  • I LOVE to talk with students! I hope you will always feel comfortable contacting me! I love to review exams with students, talk through content, and give pep talks!
  • You can set up an appointment with me through the nifty virtual meeting scheduler linked below.
  • Sometimes you'll notice that my calendar is pretty full, given that I teach several courses and meet with lots of students. And your calendars can be full and tricky, too! If you'd like to meet with me and aren't finding a spot that's convenient for you, please email me with some days and times that would work for you. Sometimes I can shift other responsibilities around. I want to ensure that I'm meeting your needs!
  • You can always email me using the button button to the left (under my picture).
  • My office number is also noted on the left. Please leave a voicemail. I don't answer unrecognized numbers because it is usually just SPAM calls.