For Educators: Teaching Clinical Judgment webinar series—From Classroom to Clinical, Part 2
Utilizing clinical judgment is a complex process directly influenced by the nurse’s clinical experience and what the nurse brings to patient care. This includes the ability to use knowledge and grasp the essence of the current clinical scenario by leveraging clinical reasoning skills. Incorporating clinical judgment into the classroom and clinical is essential for nursing students to develop knowledge and critical thinking. Learn more in this two-part webinar series presented by Dr. Mark Hand, PhD, RN, CNE.
From Classroom to Clinical, Part 2 explores how nurse educators can bring clinical judgment into the clinical setting. Watch and learn:
– The attributes of clinical judgment in the clinical setting
– Teaching strategies to bring clinical judgment into clinical
– Barriers and facilitators to implementing a clinical judgment framework
Meet the Presenter:
Dr. Mark Hand, PhD, RN, CNE
Clinical Professor at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina
Dr. Mark Hand has over 23 years of nursing education experience. He has taught in ADN, BSN, and Graduate Nursing Programs. His research interests include men in nursing education, LGBTQ+ health education in nursing education, and academic success in nursing students. He is a Certified Nurse Educator and a recipient of the Excellence in Classroom and Clinical Teaching Daisy Award, Excellence in Education, and Excellence in Research from the Beta Nu Chapter of Sigma. He was a member of the Board of Governors for the National League for Nursing from 2019-2022. He has written and published in nursing journals and presented at several nursing conferences locally, nationally, and internationally.