To ensure that graduate nurses can deliver safe patient care, they must master clinical judgment skills. Unfortunately, recent research has shown that despite new graduates passing the NCLEX licensure examination, the majority don’t start practice with the crucial skill of clinical judgment (Kavanagh & Sharpneck, 2021).
As a result, patient outcomes can be adversely impacted leading to severe patient complications and even death.
Why are so many new nurses unprepared for practice?
Students are overwhelmed with TMI of what needs to be learned. As a result, they go into survival mode, memorizing content to pass the next test, but struggle to understand what is taught which makes it difficult to apply what was learned at the bedside of patient care.
Can you relate?
It doesn’t have to be this way. Developing holistic clinical judgment is needed. The solution will show you how…