The Future of Nursing Education, NCLEX Review and Job Training Received a Much-Needed Update

A Hybrid Educational Program That Combines Nursing School, Board Review Preparation, and Job Training

LAS VEGAS, July 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Dr. Zeeshan Hoodbhoy, CEO and Founder of NCLEX High Yield, is proud to provide nurses with a comprehensive hybrid course specifically designed to help them pass their NCLEX exam and enter the field with confidence by bridging the gap between nursing school, board review preparation, and real-life experience.

Nurse Ayanna, a former student, now is Director of Student Development. A product of Dr. Zeeshan and NCLEX High Yield, Nurse Ayanna now teaches portions of the course, and is not only a Director but one of the top instructors.
Nurse Ayanna, a former student, now is Director of Student Development. A product of Dr. Zeeshan and NCLEX High Yield, Nurse Ayanna now teaches portions of the course, and is not only a Director but one of the top instructors.

All around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a tremendous need for nurses and the NCLEX exam remains one of the most challenging exams for graduates to pass despite having years of schooling, training, and hands-on experience under their belts.- ADVERTISEMENT –

“Dr. Zeeshan teaches these students more than they learned in nursing school, prepares them for the boards and the floor,” said Nurse Claudia Downs, former student and now Director of Nursing Education at NCLEX High Yield. “I work one on one with many of our students and 95% of our students say they learn more with our program than they did throughout their formal Nursing Education.”

Dr. Zeeshan sees it as his duty to do everything he can and leverage his experiences and failures to create innovative programs that highlight the skills and abilities of current and future nurses.

“For me, I left the opportunity to do Residency when I realized what a larger impact in this world I could have by providing education to future nurses,” Dr. Zeeshan said. “My work is so much more to me than just a job – it truly is my life’s passion; the feeling of helping a Nurse become licensed never gets old!”

Reinvesting back into the program, Dr. Zeeshan has hired nine former students to lead the program for the next generation of nurses. The company prides itself on promoting female leadership and diversity, with staff members who identify as Trinidadian, African American, South Asian, Caucasian, and Hispanic.

When asked about why she loves working at NCLEX High Yield, Nurse Ayanna, Director of Student Development stated, “Honestly, being able to relate to students and letting them know they are not alone. I once walked in their shoes and it’s the full circle moments that life has for you. Watching them bring out the best in themselves without even realizing they are doing it.”

Currently, students have the option of enrolling in courses for free by being part-time interns. Samiyah Hoodbhoy PA-C, Dr. Zeeshan’s younger sister, heads the scholarship program to make getting licensed affordable for those who are struggling financially. Each course has a committee that decides on one beneficiary of the scholarship each month and in return, the recipient must do three acts of kindness to pay it forward.

NCLEX High Yield is one of the hottest and fastest-growing Nursing Education companies that provides an extremely comprehensive service for the NCLEX exam. They are described by students as “a breath of fresh air.” In a stagnant industry, Dr. Zeeshan is starting to make his name known and shaking things up with an entirely new nursing culture. To learn more about the course or to register yourself, please visit the website at nclexhighyield.com.

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Nurse Claudia Downs, also a former student of NCLEX High Yield, is now Director of Nursing Education. Nurse Claudia is constantly adding new content based on relevance for the Boards.
Nurse Claudia Downs, also a former student of NCLEX High Yield, is now Director of Nursing Education. Nurse Claudia is constantly adding new content based on relevance for the Boards.
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How to Know When You’re Experiencing Inflammation

Inflammation is the process through which the body’s white blood cells protect it against illness, infection, or injury. There are also two types of inflammation: acute inflammation and chronic inflammation. Acute inflammation is necessary to heal the body and has signs like pain, redness, warmth, or swelling. During chronic inflammation, on the other hand, an individual is only aware that he or she has inflammation when symptoms start to occur. Chronic inflammation is the problem type as it occurs if the body’s immune system is trying to fend off an infection but is not succeeding. On that premise, the following article presents several common indications of a chronic inflammatory condition.

Body Pain 

Joint pains and muscle aches are examples of body pain that are caused by systemic inflammation. When inflammatory cytokines are found in high levels in the body, they can attack joints or muscles, which may result in redness, swelling, and pain, to mention a few. 

Skin Rashes

Skin rashes, such as psoriasis and eczema, are characterized by flaky, red, and rough skin and are considered inflammatory skin conditions. Both of these skin conditions are related to a hypersensitivity of the body’s immune system. In addition to that, individuals with psoriasis or eczema are also more likely to have inflammatory mast cells that trigger skin rashes to the surface when activated. 

Excessive Production of Mucus

To protect epithelial cells in the respiratory system, mucous membranes produce phlegm, which is a thick substance, that results in coughing, a runny nose, and sneezing. 

Low Energy

Constant feelings of fatigue despite getting enough sleep could indicate that the body is trying to fend off chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation requires a lot of cellular energy, which depletes the necessary fuel that the organism needs to stay energized.

Poor Digestion

Digestion problems, such as bloating, constipation, abdominal pain, and loose stool, can also indicate a chronic inflammation condition. Chronic inflammation can cause toxins and bacteria to leak through the intestines’ walls into the rest of the body: this leaky gut issue further powers chronic inflammation and digestive problems.

Questions Every Doctor Wants You to Ask

Have you ever struggled to ask questions at the doctor’s office? You’re not alone. In fact, it is known as the “doorknob phenomenon.” A patient will wait until the last possible second – when the physician’s hand is on the doorknob, ready to leave – when they will ask a question that’s been on their mind.

Doctors want you to be proactive and ask questions during your visit. Whether you’re asking about your treatment, side effects of a prescription, or other topics that concern you, your doctor wants to hear you out. There is no such thing as a dumb question, especially in regards to your health.

Here are 6 questions your doctor wants you to ask.

  1. I researched my symptoms, but what do you think?

In the digital age, doctors expect that patients might research symptoms online before a visit to discuss those symptoms. It is not a fact you have to hide. Telling your doctor what you found online can open the door for honest communication. By knowing what you read, a doctor can put your mind at ease by correcting any misinterpretations of the online information.

  1. What online resources are best for learning about medical information?

Not all online information is accurate (shocking, I know). The doctor will appreciate that you’re so invested in your health. Almost any physician or nurse can provide you with trustworthy internet resources to research medical information specific to your situation.

  1. What should I do before my next visit?

Preventative care is the best way to take control of your health. By asking your doctor what areas of your health need some extra TLC, you can potentially prevent problems in the future. Of course, following through with advice the doctor gives is equally as important as asking the question.

  1. Why am I taking this medication?

Asking specific questions about your medication can give you insight into your treatment process. Sometimes doctors expect patients to blindly trust their judgment, but they also want you to understand what you’re taking and why you’re taking it.

  1. How many patients like me have you treated?

This question is especially important if you’re seeing a specialist for a serious disease or disorder. Having confidence in your doctor’s expertise and experience can put you at ease. For example, if you have a complex cancer case, you want to be sure you’re receiving the best treatment possible.

  1. Is (this symptom) normal for my condition?

Whether it is a rash, bowel issue or any other symptom, telling your doctor is key for your treatment plan and overall wellbeing. I can guarantee that even “embarassing” symptoms won’t phase your doctor. A symptom that you may consider benign could raise red flags for a physician.

During your next doctor’s visit, I hope you feel comfortable enough to ask some of these questions. Your doctor expects, and even encourages, curiosity. Your health is your business, and is something that you should be fully aware of at all times.

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