Preparing students for the next generation of NCLEX (NGN) with clinical judgement
Author DetailsWendy B. Hansbrough, PhD, RN, CNE, Associate Professor-Interim Director - School of Nursing, California State University San Marcos
Original PublisherSigma Theta Tau International;
Quality and Safety Education for Nurses
Date of Publication2020-09-24
Version of PublicationPublisher’s Version
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This webinar is designed to familiarize clinical faculty with the Next Generation of NCLEX licensing exam and to discuss instruction methods clinical faculty can use to promote student success in preparing for the NGN.
- Recognize the rationale for the NGN
- Relate the process for the development of the NGN
- Describe the NCSBN Clinical Judgement Model
- Describe clinical instruction methods to support the clinical judgement model
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DescriptionAudience: Clinical Faculty; Video Length: 58 minutes
Repository Posting Date2020-09-25T18:34:30Z
Level of EvidenceExpert Opinion (nationally/internationally recognized)
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