Using Clinical Journaling to Capture Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum
Describes the use of clinical journaling as an integrated teaching methodology throughout the practicum component of a baccalaureate nursing program at Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois. Nursing students complete a weekly log for each clinical rotation; Students identify learning goals, analyze events and relate them to nursing practice, use critical thinking to connect theory and practice, and reflect on the experience.
Jacklyn Ruthman, Janet Jackson, Maureen Cluskey, Peggy Flannigan, Victoria N. Folse, and Jo Bunten. "Using Clinical Journaling to Capture Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum" Nursing Education Perspectives 25.3 (2004): 120-123.
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