Student QSEN Participation During an Adult Medical-Surgical Rotation

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Abstract

With the six QSEN competencies woven throughout the baccalaureate nursing curriculum, which includes high-fidelity simulation, the aim of this research was to uncover deficits in QSEN-related clinical opportunities. Pre-licensure BSN nursing students enrolled in a sophomore-level medical-surgical rotation augmented with 25 percent simulation were observed directly, with time-on-task for each QSEN competency recorded and tabulated. The students were found to spend little time addressing several of the six competency areas in both clinical and simulation settings. Fully integrated classroom, simulation, and clinical experiences need to be considered in an effort to offer a full spectrum of QSEN-based knowledge and skill theory and practice for pre-licensure nursing students.

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