UNDERSTANDING THE CRUCIAL IMPACT OF DEVELOPING CLINICAL JUDGMENT SKILLS
No aspect of nursing today is more important than developing the skill of clinical judgment. NCSBN has zeroed in on this skill as the reason for creating a new version of the NCLEX (commonly referred to as Next Generation NCLEX).
Scroll down to find a variety of resources to help you further develop your students' clinical judgment skills.
THE ATI GUIDE FOR CLINICAL JUDGMENT
TRAINING GUIDE: ATI'S EXPERT NURSE EDUCATORSThis paper assists you in developing and implementing learning materials to promote clinical judgment skills. Use it as a framework for creating learning activities such as simulation scenarios, writing unfolding case studies, and developing test items. Read More
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DEVELOPING CLINICAL JUDGMENT SKILLS: STRATEGIES THAT MAKE STUDENTS THINK
POWERPOINT: SHERYL SOMMER, PHD, RN, CNE, AND JANEAN JOHNSON, MSN, RN, CNEOriginally planned as the backbone of a session at the 2020 National Nurse Educator Summit (before being cancelled by the pandemic), this presentation will be helpful for planning how to incorporate clinical judgment into your curriculum. Read More
CLINICAL JUDGMENT MODEL COMPARISON THEORIES CIRCLE
LEARNING ILLUSTRATION: SHERYL SOMMER, PHD, RN, CNEThe similarities between the Nursing Process, Tanner's Clinical Judgment Model, and NCSBN's Clinical Judgment Measurement Model have much in common. This illustration highlights their similarities. Read More
2 EXPERTS EXPLAIN HOW SIM HELPS BUILD CLINICAL JUDGMENT SKILLS
INTERVIEW: BETH PHILLIPS, PHD, RN, CNE, AND SUZAN KARDONG-EDGREN, PHD, RN, ANEF, CHSE, FSSH, FAAN
BUILDING CLINICAL JUDGMENT: USING SIM FOR CLINICAL REPLACEMENT
INTERVIEW: BRENDA S. WILLIAMS, DNP, MSN ED., BSN, RN, CNE, CHAMBERLAIN COLLEGE OF NURSING
CLINICAL JUDGMENT CONCERNS: RELATED READING
JOURNAL ARTICLES: A COMPILATION
NCSBN’S PHIL DICKISON EXPLAINS THE VITAL NEED FOR IMPROVED CLINICAL JUDGMENT
INTERVIEW: DR. PHIL DICKISONAt the National Nurse Educator Summit in April 2018, we probed for details on this crucial issue from the industry’s foremost expert on the topic and how it became the foundational core of the Next Generation NCLEX. Read More
CLINICAL REASONING VS. CLINICAL JUDGMENT: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE FOR NEXT GENERATION NCLEX?
INTERVIEW: DRS. PHIL DICKISON AND SHERYL SOMMERIn a series of interviews with ATI, NCSBN's foremost expert on the Next Generation NCLEX discusses how the organization is taking an analytical look at the exam. NCSBN hopes to determine whether its test can accurately assess student nurses’ clinical judgment. Read More
CLINICAL JUDGMENT: CRITICAL COMPONENTS & ASSESSMENT
INTERVIEW: DRS. PHIL DICKISON AND SHERYL SOMMER
NCSBN's foremost expert on the Next Generation NCLEX sat down with ATI to discuss the organization's initiative in creating a wholly new version of the exam. The goal: To determine whether the NCLEX can accurately assess student nurses’ clinical judgment.Read More