About this Issue: May/June 2021
In a multisite study, students and experienced nurses participated in 2 simulations of patient deterioration with time goals. Video capture was achieved with an eye tracker. The nurses were more proficient in a timed assessment, but the students showed improvement between the 2 simulations. Time-to-task was found to be a meaningful assessment outcome. If you are teaching DNP students, don’t miss the articles on evaluating students’ scientific writing skills and on assessing organizational readiness for DNP projects. Need a new QSEN framed clinical evaluation tool for nurse practitioner students? A tool is in this issue!