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Nursing Student Stories on Learning How to Think Like a Nurse

Di Vito-Thomas, Pam PhD, RN


The ability to think critically, improve clinical systems, and decrease errors in clinical judgments are ever the vision of nursing practice. The author describes the thinking processes of nursing students as they make clinical judgments and the most important teaching/learning strategies that help develop their clinical judgment.

Site Coordinator/Associate Professor of Nursing, Langston University-Tulsa School of Nursing and Health Professions, Tulsa, Okla.

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