The inspiration for my resources are derived from my 30 years of clinical practice in a wide variety of high stakes settings including ED and ICU and being a nurse educator who never left the bedside.

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1. Clinical Reasoning Questions To Develop Nurse Thinking: My most popular download! This essential template of nurse thinking breaks down clinical reasoning step by step so you can completely understand and APPLY it to practice!
2. Sepsis: Fundamental Reasoning Clinical Reasoning Case Study: Clinical Reasoning Case Studies that allow you to PRACTICE nurse thinking! Complete with blank student copy and fully developed answer key.
3. Sepsis: Rapid Reasoning Clinical Reasoning Case Study
4. Sepsis: Unfolding Reasoning Clinical Reasoning Case Study
5. THINK Like a Nurse! Practical Preparation for Professional Practice: Preview the preface, foreword, and introduction of my new book. Available for purchase only on KeithRN.
6. For Your Joy by John Piper: This is the only resource I did not write, but is the most important. Lasting joy cannot come from what we do, but who we know…

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STUDENT KeithRN Complete: 12 Clinical Reasoning Resources!

For the price of a $5 footlong you can help support a nursing student in the only baccalaureate program in Haiti! (Click KeithRN Complete link below for more info!) KeithRN Complete includes all the files in my “Top 5” above as well as my highly sought after handouts on pharmacology, clinical lab values and other topics listed below:

7. Comprehending Cardiac Medications: If you struggle with understanding cardiac meds DEEPLY, this handout will make a difference!
8. Clinical lab Values and Nursing Responsibilities: Will help you develop a plan of care around relevant abnormal lab values. I call this “Lab planning” and is a needed “nurse thinking” skill that must be practiced
9. “Lab Planning” Lab Tests That Must Be Mastered: Worksheet to make it simple to incorporate ”lab planning” into clinical practice
10. Most Common Categories of Medications: Summary of meds used in practice with basic responsibilities grouped according to pharm classifications
11. Medications to Master: Simplified med prep of five foundational questions that must be understood BEFORE you administer any medication
12. Professional Responsibilities as a Student Nurse: What does professional behavior look like in practice? Check out this checklist and see how you are doing!
13. Clinical Worksheet: Patient Preparationcan be used in second level or summative clinical to SIMPLIFY clinical data collection!

STUDENT KeithRN Complete: 12 Clinical Reasoning Resources!