Practice “nurse thinking” by contextualizing and applying classroom content to the bedside!
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“Nurse thinking” resources to practically prepare you for professional practice!
From the Blog
- "I implemented Keith's clinical reasoning case study on pneumonia/COPD. The students LOVED it. They were so engrossed in it that when I told them it was time to stop and discuss,for the first time ever asked for extra time to complete it!"Cynthia Sterling-Fox, RN, MSN, FNP-C, CUNY Medgar Evers College, Brooklyn, NY
- "I just finished my first clinical rotation of using Keith's Clinical Reasoning Care Plan instead of our traditional care plan. Great success! The students loved it, I loved it, and they report feeling much better prepared for patient care."Rob Morris, RN, MSN , Nursing Faculty, College of the Sequoias, Vasalia, California
- I've been using Keith's case studies for the past couple of years. I've decreased my PPT time to allow case studies during class. The student's love it, and our class time is much more productive. They score higher on their exams because of the "application".Rob Morris, RN, MSN , Nursing Faculty, College of the Sequoias, Vasalia, California
- I have been using your Rapid Reasoning Case Studies with my 2nd year nursing students. The students have said that they really like the case studies as it makes them really have to think through the important physiologic concepts as well as apply what they know.Linden Fraser, RN, MSN, Nicolet College, Rhinelander, WI
- Your clinical reasoning case studies give a CLEAR understanding of how clinical information fits all together!Jennifer Bocek, SN, St. Catherine’s University, St. Paul, MN
- I have adapted and utilized your thinking tools for clinical and I have seen a tremendous increase in the clinical decision making abilities of my students.Leeann Denning, DNP, RN, CNE, Shawnee State University, Portsmouth, OH
- I got so much out and took away so many great ideas from your presentations.Amber Patrick, MSN, RN, Samford University, Birmingham, AL
- Your book THINK like a Nurse! has been very touching to the soul, very clear, and really makes me think like a nurse!Suzy Xiong, Student Nurse, College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph, MN