Collaborative Resources represent a partnership between nurse innovators and KeithRN to provide the highest quality, innovative educational resources to better prepare students for practice.
Resources that Develop Clinical Judgment
Think Like a Nurse Textbooks
Three textbooks, with content that moves from basic to advanced, prepare students and new nurses to successfully transition to practice.
Reviews from Nurse Educators
KeithRN and its innovative unfolding case studies are a great way to bring the classroom to clinical. The first time I did a clinical reasoning case study in class, a student said, ‘It's like we are in clinical.’ The value of the membership is outstanding and well worth it. You won't regret bringing these products to your classroom!— Kim Smith, MSN, RNCassville Nursing Program Director
I appreciate the different levels of case studies. They really do encourage students to display critical thinking and see the whole picture of patient care.— Daniel Eaton MSN, RN, Instructor of NursingPenn State University
Keith writes in the same fashion that he practices nursing: with excellence, passion, and a pure unadulterated fervor for the profession. Keith generously shares his nursing knowledge and lived experiences within the context of evidence-based knowledge and practices, while simultaneously urging the reader to examine his or her individual and collective commitment to the profession.— Cynthia Clark, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, founder of Civility Matters TM and Professor EmeritusBoise State University
We are currently using these case studies as a replacement for clinicals because of COVID. The level of in-depth understanding and interrelationship between pathophysiology, labs, medications, and prioritization of what is and is not important is creating nurses that I would want to take care of me. I recommend this product to any nursing program.— Brandy Stoffel RN, MSNHealth & Educational Consultants LLC
I love your case studies because it pulls students away from lecture and puts them in real life scenarios in the classroom.— Jennifer Dahl MSN, RNC-OB, Nursing FacultyConcordia University