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University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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Enhancing Critical Thinking Disposition And Clinical Judgment Skills In Senior Bsn Students Via Electronic Interactive Simulation, Deborah Lynne Weatherspoon May 2013

Enhancing Critical Thinking Disposition And Clinical Judgment Skills In Senior Bsn Students Via Electronic Interactive Simulation, Deborah Lynne Weatherspoon

Doctoral Dissertations

Problem
The problem investigated in this study was the lack of empirical evidence available regarding the effectiveness of electronic interactive simulation (EIS) for developing critical thinking disposition and clinical judgment skills in the senior baccalaureate nursing student.

Aim
The aim of this study was to identify an effective method of experiential learning simulation that may be independently accessed by the learner with a goal of enhancing critical thinking disposition and clinical judgment skills of senior baccalaureate student nurses (BSN).

Purpose
The purpose of this experimental study was to compare the effects of EIS to traditional paper case studies on the ...