CLINICAL REASONING PROJECT

Systematic reviews

In this stage of the project the purpose was to develop a resource, grounded in the evidence related to clinical reasoning, that will benefit academics engaged in utilising HPS and ICT in clinical skills laboratories. The systematic review fully explores the current state of knowledge with regards to the capacity of HPS and ICT to impact nursing students' clinical reasoning and knowledge application.

Jeffrey, K., Bourgeois, S. (2011). The effect of personal digital assistants in supporting the development of clinical reasoning in undergraduate nursing students: A systematic review. Joanna Briggs Institute Library of Systematic Reviews, 9(2), 38-68 (JB000382).

Lapkin, S., Fernandez, R., Levett-Jones, T. & Bellchambers, H. (2010). The effectiveness of using human patient simulation manikins in the teaching of clinical reasoning skills to undergraduate nursing students: A systematic review. Joanna Briggs Institute Library of Systematic Reviews (JBI000287), 8(16)661-694.

Lapkin, S., Levett-Jones, T., Bellchambers, H. & Fernandez, R. (2010). The effectiveness of using human patient simulation manikins in the teaching of clinical reasoning skills to undergraduate nursing students: A systematic review. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 6(6), e207-e222.


Published protocols

Lapkin, S., Levett-Jones, T. & Bellchambers, H. (2010). The meaningfulness and appropriateness of using human patient simulation manikins as a teaching and learning strategy in undergraduate nursing education: A systematic review. Joanna Briggs Institute Library of Systematic Reviews (JBI000287), 8(16)661-694.

Levett-Jones, T. & Lapkin, S. (2011). The effectiveness of simulation debriefing in: A systematic review. Joanna Briggs Institute Library of Systematic Reviews (JBI000287), 8(16)661-694.