NCSBN takes a stand on clinical prelicensure experiences

From
Research Library
Publish Date
2006
Topic
Education, Licensure
Description
Recent discussion at the boards of nursing has focused on whether nursing programs leading to initial licensure can successfully educate nurses with alternative methodologies that take the place of traditional clinical experiences. Programs are asking for education rules addressing faculty qualifications to be waived and are developing programs with only limited clinical experiences with actual patients.
Authors
N. Spector
Citation
Spector, N. (2006). NCSBN takes a stand on clinical prelicensure experiences. JONA’s Healthcare Law, Ethics, and Regulation, January-March, 8(1), 12-14.