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Clinical decision-maling decision-making clinical instructors, nurses

Faezeh Jahanpour, Farkhondeh Sharif, Mahvash Salsali, Mohammad H Kaveh, Leonie M Williams
Clinical decision-making is the basis for professional nursing practice. This can be taught and learned through appropriate teaching and clinical experiences. Unfortunately, it has been observed that many graduates are unable to demonstrate suitable clinical decision-making skills. Research and study on the process of decision-making and factors influencing it assists educators to find the appropriate educational and clinical strategies to teach nursing students. To explore the experience of nursing students and their view points regarding the factors influencing their development of clinical decision-making skills...
December 2010: International Journal of Nursing Practice
M L Selby, D M Tuttle
Evaluation of strategies for teaching research is a major priority in nursing education. This quasi-experimental evaluation of the Guided Design model for teaching nursing research showed highly significant (p less than or equal to .0001) improvements in knowledge of research and attitudes toward research among three classes of graduate nursing students. In this model, a hypothetical professional, created by the instructor, guides students through the development of a research proposal to address a problem in a reality-based clinical situation...
September 1988: Journal of Nursing Education
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