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Journal of Nursing : Clinical Experience



  • Clinical Nursing: Keeping Your Skills In-Tune 
    By Gary D. Goldberg, PhD Clinical Professor of Medical Education
    The primary duty of every nurse is the assessment of a patient’s physical and emotional well-being. This basic-skill learned in the very first nursing class is the one skill and primary duty the nurse will use every day with his and/or her patients.
  • Keeping a Positive Outlook: My Clinical Experience as a Student Nurse 
    by Ashley P. Cohen, Student Nurse, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences School of Nursing, Class of 2011, Boston, MA.
    My experience in my senior year clinical preceptorship was without a doubt unique but I feel its uniqueness was in what I made of it, something every nursing student can do for themselves. If there is one lesson to gain from reading about my experiences it should be that the success of a clinical, whether a preceptorship or group experience, is entirely what the student makes of it.
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