• Assessing and correlating nursing clinical decision making to NCLEX-RN® outcomes 

      Sanders, Susan T.
      Clinical Decision Making is the foundation of nursing care. This form of judgment consists of 1) recognizing cues 2) generating hypotheses 3) judging hypotheses 4) taking action and 5) evaluating outcomes (Muntean 2015). ...
    • Best practices in undergraduate nursing education: Concept-based curriculum 

      Lee, Susan K.; Sanders, Susan T.
      The purpose of this study was to determine best practices in development, implementation, and evaluation of concept-based curriculum in undergraduate nursing education in the United States. Thirty Program Directors were ...
    • Invited to repeat the NCLEX-RN: How faculty can help improve student outcomes 

      Sanders, Susan T. (2016-03-17)
      Session presented on Saturday, July 25, 2015: Purpose: to assist repeat NCLEX-RN candidates to be successful on subsequent attempts. Methods: Unsuccessful candidates are invited to attend a Success Seminar for Repeat ...
    • A model for sustaining NCLEX® success 

      Conklin, Patricia Sullivan; Cutright, Leonita Hannon; Sanders, Susan T. (2018-04-03)
      Schools of nursing are charged with educating the next generation of nurses to become licensed and safe practitioners. This research describes the evolution of a process implemented resulting in first time pass rates ...
    • Next gen NCLEX and virtual simulation 

      Sanders, Susan T.; Schultze, David
      Many challenges face nurse educators as we move toward the development of the Next-Gen NCLEX. Clinical judgment has been and continues to be a focus for nurses and nursing students. One method of improving/developing ...
    • Preparing nurses for global mobility 

      Sanders, Susan T.; Catlin, Dawn
      The desire for global mobility for nurses continues to expand. Implications for nursing regulation focus on language proficiency, credentials/education evaluation, support structures and competencies for safe practice.
    • Selecting internationally educated nurses (IEN) to participate in a program of NCLEX-RN® preparation 

      Sanders, Susan T. (2017-07-27)
      Provide a test to identify Internationally Educated Nurses (IEN) for a program of study leading to NCLEX®-RN success. Upon acceptance, the IEN applicants will enter a prescriptive program of study to prepare for the ...

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