A Multiple Case Study of Associate Degree Nursing Student Experiences on NCLEX-RN© Preparation
Soosannamma Joseph, PhD , RN, CNE, School of Nursing, Cochran School of Nursing, Yonkers, New York, USA
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A major challenge in the nursing education system is to assist students to be successful in the program and on the NCLEX-RN. Eight major themes were emerged from a qualitative multiple case study that was done to explore nursing student experiences on NCLEX-RN including their learning styles and approaches.
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