Improving New Graduate Nurse Competency: A Research Study to Examine the Effects of Didactic and Simulation Learning on Critical Thinking Ability - Preliminary Results Public

New graduate nurses are expected to be clinically competent in critical thinking (CT) to solve patient problems. However, employers report 35% of new graduate nurses lack initial competency which may take as long as 6 months to 2 years to develop. Strategies to promote CT in new graduates may be effective in filling the gap between new nurse and competent new nurse.

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