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May/June 2020 - Volume 45 - Issue 3

  • Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN
  • 0363-3624
  • 1538-9855
  • 6 issues / year
  • Nursing 63/120
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The NCLEX Next Generation project is based on an integrative Clinical Judgment Model with 6 well-defined cognitive steps. Authors explain the importance of integrating a clinical judgment model throughout the curriculum, using realistic clinical scenarios, and having students work through the steps of a selected model. Civility, psychological safety, and effective stress management are essential for learning. Use the PAAIL communication method, a conversational strategy to minimize students’ stress and optimize their learning. A mixed method study reported in this issue describes the outcomes of deliberate practice and simulation for developing and retaining psychomotor skills. Consistent with our mission, other articles present innovative teaching approaches and methods you can use in your courses.

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Marilyn H. O
ermann, Editor-in-Chief

Nursing Students' Perceptions of Just Culture in Nursing Programs: A Multisite Study

Walker, Danielle; Altmiller, Gerry; Hromadik, Lora; More

Nurse Educator. 45(3):133-138, May/June 2020.

Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Just Culture in Nursing Programs: A Multisite Study

Doctoral Degree Preferences for Nurse Educators: Findings From a National Study

King, Tara Spalla; Melnyk, Bernadette Mazurek; O'Brien, Tara; More

Nurse Educator. 45(3):144-149, May/June 2020.

Doctoral Degree Preferences for Nurse Educators: Findings from a National Study

Using Deliberate Practice and Simulation for Psychomotor Skill Competency Acquisition and Retention: A Mixed-Methods Study

Johnson, Cynthia E.; Kimble, Laura P.; Gunby, Susan Sweat; More

Nurse Educator. 45(3):150-154, May/June 2020.

Using Deliberate Practice and Simulation for Psychomotor Skill Competency Acquisition and Retention: A Mixed Methods Study