Using clinical journaling to capture critical thinking across the curriculum.

@article{Ruthman2004UsingCJ,
  title={Using clinical journaling to capture critical thinking across the curriculum.},
  author={Jacklyn Ludwig Ruthman and Janet L. Jackson and Maureen Cluskey and Peggy N Flannigan and Victoria N Folse and Jo Bunten},
  journal={Nursing education perspectives},
  year={2004},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={120-3}
}
Clinical journaling is used as an integrated teaching methodology throughout the practicum component of a baccalaureate nursing curriculum. Two disciplines, Nursing and English, collaborated to develop clinical journaling guidelines to provide a consistent framework for student learning and evaluation in a variety of clinical settings. Students complete a weekly log for each clinical rotation. They identify learning goals, analyze events and relate them to nursing practice, use critical… CONTINUE READING