Current Practices for Teaching Clinical Judgment: Results From a National Survey

Video Author:Nielsen, Ann PhD, RN; Gonzalez, Lisa MSN, RN, CNE, CCRN-k; Jessee, Mary Ann PhD, RN; Monagle, Janet PhD, RN, CNE; Dickison, Phillip PhD, RN; Lasater, Kathie EdD, RN, ANEF, FAAN

Published on:February 17, 2023

Safe patient care is closely linked to clinical judgment. Learn about the authors’ research to describe current strategies faculty use to teach clinical judgment. Cross-sectional methodology was used to survey program deans and directors in prelicensure nursing programs across the United States. Programs are using multiple strategies to teach clinical judgment. The most common strategies included case studies and simulation. Participants described insights into implementation of teaching for clinical judgment. Learn more in this video and read the full study in the article.