All the Hurst Review lecture videos are closed caption to assist with understanding the lecture content and to assist with different learning styles while studying.
The closed caption option is notated by the “CC” icon at the bottom of the screen once a lecture video is activated. Be sure to activate the video first, then click on the CC icon at the lower right side of the screen. Closed caption in English is available for all the lectures and can be turned on or off at any time in the student’s online account.
Yes – we are compliant with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act)/VPAT (Voluntary Product Accessibility Template) criteria– ALL of our videos for both RN and PN as well as the Elevate modules are closed caption. This attribute has been there for many years. Students can listen to the audio version of the videos if they prefer as well. We also can adjust the amount of time that students have in taking the Readiness exams/Simulators in their account to accommodate for special timing on testing per their school’s ADA ruling and documentation. This is a feature that has also been in our testing platform for many years.
Yes, Hurst Review Services can provide schools with data from elevate® and Q Reviews that will satisfy requirements within the Program Outcomes/Evaluation standards for accreditation defined by CCNE and ACEN. Please contact Hurst Review for further information.
Yes, Essentials of Acid Base Balance is a four-part series designed for the entrylevel nursing student. This program guides the student through mastery of the concepts of Acid Base Balance.
We recommend that students take Hurst Review as they enter the last semester of school or upon graduation. Students should have been exposed to all medical–surgical courses before taking the review.