New Nursing Process videos help you beat impostor syndrome
With our new Nursing Process video series, you’ll challenge your clinical decision-making skills in the same way the NCLEX-RN® does. Covering dozens of key topics to help you visually understand how to Assess, Diagnose, Plan, Implement & Evaluate (ADPIE), you’ll get the critical and clinical thinking skills you need to succeed in your nursing career.
Gain confidence in your knowledge and practice with our RN library
NEW: Nursing Pharmacology videos & practice questions
Learn your roles and responsibilities when managing medications, therapies, and clients. With 100+ videos—and 700 complementary questions—that cover major meds and pharmacologic therapies, you’ll simplify one of the most intimidating subjects in nursing school. Coming Fall 2021.
Clinical Nursing Care Series
To help you become a compassionate and insightful nurse, these 50+ videos and 1,500 accompanying NCLEX-style questions will teach you nursing care in clinical settings. From caring for clients with diseases to knowing how to discuss contraception, this set of videos will help you gain confidence in your nursing abilities. Coming soon.
Nursing Clinical Skills videos & notes
Feel more confident in clinical settings with these live-action videos. They’ll help you solidify the basic nursing skills you’ll learn in “Fundamentals of Nursing”, and help you review your essential clinical skills. Both the videos and their 30+ companion, illustrated notes help you apply what you’ve learned so you’re better prepared for real-life nursing.
Coming Soon: Additional Nursing Video Series
Nursing Across the Lifespan
Culturally Relevant Care
Leadership & Management
New focus on DEI and Social Determinants of Health
Osmosis learners are better prepared for the future of nursing. Here's why...
In the NAP's The Future of Nursing 2020-2030: Charting a Path to Achieve Health Equity (2021) report, a new direction for the nursing profession is clear: A larger focus on diversity, equity, inclusion, and the social aspects of patient care. With this in mind, our entire RN Library has been infused with this philosophy. You can trust that you're learning the modern way.
New NCLEX-RN®-style questions
Remember, understand, apply, analyze, evaluate, and create outcomes with confidence. Instead of heading into the exam feeling stressed and overwhelmed, these 1,200 brand new NCLEX-RN-style questions (including NGN) prepare you for exactly what you’ll see on exam day.
How to Decide which Nursing Specialty is Right for You
Not sure you’re going into the right specialty or don't know where to start? While this quiz isn’t the be-all, end-all of choosing the right specialty, many Osmosis learners found the results surprisingly accurate!Take the Quiz
How to Pass the NCLEX-RN®: The Osmosis Ultimate NCLEX RN Study Guide
NCLEX-RN® Ultimate Guide
Get inside info and advice from expert nurse educators!
- Questions to Ask When Choosing a Nursing ProgramSo, you want to be a Nurse? Awesome! Let's get you started.
- Study for Success: Habits Every Nursing Student Should AdoptNursing school can be overwhelming with content. Adopting smart study habits early on in your education will set you up to be a successful learner, test taker and practicing RN!
- Next Generation NCLEX MisinformationOsmosis An Osmosis video exists for this concept advisor, Dr. Sharon Goldfarb will shed light on the changes to the NCLEX exam, what motivated these changes, and how you can best prepare.
- Pairing Teaching With Lifelong Learning - Dr. Sharon Goldfarb, Former Dean of Health Sciences at College of MarinDr. Goldfarb hopes people of all ages that are looking for great careers find their calling in the vast, booming field of medicine.
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Announcing the NEW Osmosis RN Library: Videos, Questions, and Resources that Help Simplify Nursing School
Introducing the comprehensive and easy-to-use, Osmosis RN Library, built to support your success. The completely new content makes it simple for nursing students like you to master the material required to pass your classes and NCLEX exam. Not only that, but these videos, med tables, questions, and more will prepare you for what you’ll encounter in real practice.