A Teaching Strategy for Senior Nursing Students:Simulated Nursing Grand Rounds
This teaching strategy examined the impact of simulated grand rounds on student nurses’ professional development. Simulated grand rounds were created to enhance nursing students’ ability to understand patients, analyze complex situations, and simulate nurse leaders from practice settings. Twenty nursing students at the City University of New York provided a presentation of a patient they cared for, included the assessment data from admission to discharge. Their experiences were analyzed using a five-item Likert-type scale. Results indicated that nursing grand rounds promote professional development, which helped students analyze complex patient conditions. Helped engage students, and enhanced learning. Results indicated that 20 student nurses, 19 strongly agreed, and one student nurse agreed that NGRs helped analyze complex patients in the fourth question. The second question resulted in 18 student nurses strongly agreeing and two agreeing that feedback received from peers was helpful.
A teaching strategy for Senior Nursing Students:Simulated Nursing Grand Rounds