Improving student outcomes and NCLEX-RN success utilizing a mentoring program
Tonia L. Mailow, DNP, RN; Dina Byers, PhD, APRN-CNS; Dana Todd, PhD, APRN, RN; Nancy Armstrong, DNP, RN; Janice Thurmond, DNP; Lori A. Ballard, MSN, RN; Anna Fowler, MSN
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Mentoring programs, combined with test-taking and remediation, have been shown to be an effective technique in improving student outcomes. A mentoring program was developed and implemented to foster a collaborative partnership between students and faculty to promote student success and improve NCLEX-RN pass rates.
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NCLEX-RN Pass Rates;
Undergraduate Nursing Students
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