A mixed method design evaluating for differences in students development of clinical judgment based on clinical experiences. Traditional, combination, and high fidelity simulation clinical experiences were compared. Weekly evaluations based on the Lasater Clinical Judgment Rubric were compared. Students participated in focus interviews at the completion of the study to determine perceptions of the clinical experience in terms of clinical judgment development. There were no differences based on qualitative and quantitative measures. Students in all three groups increased in clinical judgment scores and reported satisfaction in the individual clinical experience.
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Rodriguez, Eve Marie, "Development of Clinical Judgement for Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Nursing Students: a Comparison of Traditional and Simulated Clinical Experiences" (2015). Nursing Theses and Dissertations. Paper 38.