NCSBN’s Phil Dickison Explains the Vital Need for Improved Clinical Judgment
The morning keynote had recently ended, and the assemblage of Summit attendees had streamed out of the elegant ballroom at Salt Lake City’s Grand Hotel. Soon after, Phil Dickison, PhD, RN, NCSBN’s Chief Officer of Examinations, strode in. It was mid-April, and while the hotel’s resplendent courtyard was awash in spring sunshine, glaring lights were needed to illuminate the two orange chairs on stage.
ATI had asked Dr. Dickison to sit down for a video interview with Sheryl Sommer, PhD, RN, CNE, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer for ATI. The focus of their discussion? The Next Generation NCLEX and the need for increased clinical judgment among nursing students.
PUTTING CLIENTS AT RISK?
Dr. Dickison believes the nursing profession is facing a public-protection issue if nursing graduates don’t adequately develop this critical skill. So, we wanted to find out more about his perspective.
With cameras rolling, for 45 minutes, Drs. Dickison and Sommer explored NCSBN’s historic decision to develop a wholly new NCLEX to assess nursing students’ clinical judgment skills.
We've excerpted portions of that interview to focus on specific topics that will help inform you about this momentous change. Check out the videos below to gain deeper insight:
NCSBN's Next Generation NCLEX: 3 Reasons It's Time for a Momentous Change
Read more news about Next Generation NCLEX:
- What You Need to Know About the Next Generation NCLEX®
- How Will NCSBN Decide on a New NCLEX?
- A Simplified Version of the Next Generation NCLEX Plan
- 8 Steps to Building the Next Generation NCLEX
- The Enhanced Multiple-Response Item: An Option for Next Generation NCLEX
Provide feedback about the Next Generation NCLEX to the National Council of the State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) at:
- Mail: 111 East Wacker Drive, Suite 2900, Chicago, IL 60601-4277
- Phone: 312.525.3600
- International phone: 011 1 312 525 3600
- Fax: 312.279.1032
- Email: [email protected]