CREDENTIALS

LaShea Wattie M.Ed, MSN, AGCNS-BC, APRN, RNC, C-EFM

Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist


AWHONN Instructor Trainer


AWHONN Obstetric Program Instructor


AWHONN Georgia Lead PPH Project


Independent Legal Consultant


International & National Speaker


Inpatient OB Course Instructor

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InPatient OB Certification Courses

LaShea has been teaching for Med Ed for the past 10 years as a Inpatient OB instructor and has a 97% pass rate when the test is taken within 6 months of the her inpatient OB certification course. 

Med ED Instuctor - LaShea Wattie

"Thank you! You are such a great instructor and a inspiration for me."

Joey

"This class was great!  The speaker was so knowledgeable."

Shanna Mannion

"Fantastic - great speaker"

Krista Collings

"It was very informative"

Cassandra Martin

"Very educated speaker"

Tiffany Kinney

"Enjoyed the course. Speaker knows her stuff! When she did not know the answer she researched it immediately and shared the knowledge!"

Susan Bone

"I attended your RNC review course way back in 2011. Greatest class EVER!"

Robin Overton

 

INPATIENT OB TEST TAKING TIPS

INPATIENT OB REVIEW COURSE 

  1. Don’t wait until the end date of the time allowed to take the exam. If an emergency arises, you will not be able to reschedule the exam before the end of the “test taking window”. You will have to resubmit an application along with the reschedule fee.
     

  2. Practice taking exam questions on the computer, working up to completing 100-150 questions.
     

  3. Allow one minute per question. If you have no idea what the answer is, skip it.
     

  4. Look for key words such as: never, always, except, not, first, next, most or least likely.
     

  5. If all choices seem correct, prioritize…go back to the question and find that key word to determine what is asked. For example is it asking for a side effect or an adverse effect? Is it asking for an intervention or assessment technique?
     

  6. Do not read into the question!
     

  7. If you’re not sure of the answer, narrow down to two possibilities and choose the one that seems like the best answer, based on exactly what the question is asking for!
     

  8. Do not study on the day of the exam. Complete your studying the night before so that your head is clear when you arrive.
     

  9. Do not change original answers unless you are positive that they are wrong.
     

  10. Read the information provided in the question, many times it can lead to selecting the right answer.

STUDY SUGGESTIONS FOR INPATIENT OB

  1. Gilbert, E., (2014). Manual of High Risk Pregnancy, 5th edition. Mosby
     

  2. Simpson. K. & Creehan, P. (2013) AWHONN Perinatal Nursing Book, 4th edition. LWW
     

  3. Inpatient OB Nurse Exam Secrets, Study Guide. Mometrix Media, LLC. 2013
     

  4. CCPR, study workbook for certification review. www.ccprwebsite.org , 2014
     

  5. Butkus, S. (2015). Maternal-Neonatal Nursing made Incredibly Easy!