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Authors

  1. Sedlak, Carol A. PhD, RN, ONC
  2. Doheny, Margaret O'Bryan PhD, RN, ONC

Abstract

Facilitating the development of critical thinking in beginning nursing students is challenging and exciting. Peer review through student-led clinical rounds can be an effective way to promote students' critical thinking in communicating assessment data and identifying client strengths and problems. Nineteen beginning baccalaureate nursing students participated in a peer review clinical round experience and were then asked to describe their critical thinking. Strengths of using the peer-led rounds include promotion of active student learning and encouragement of collaboration among peers.