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Clinical Scholar Model: Providing Excellence in Clinical Supervision of Nursing Students

Preheim, Gayle EdD, RN, CNAA, BC; Casey, Kathy MS, RN; Krugman, Mary PhD, RN, FAAN

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Abstract

The Clinical Scholar Model (CSM) is a practice-education partnership focused on improving the outcomes of clinical nursing education by bridging the academic and service settings. An expert clinical nurse serves as a clinical scholar (CS) to coordinate, supervise, and evaluate the clinical education of nursing students in collaboration with school of nursing faculty. This article describes the model's evolution, how the model is differentiated from traditional clinical instruction roles and responsibilities, and the benefits to the collaborating clinical agency and school of nursing.

© 2006 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.

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