White paper: Problem-Based Care Planning and Concept Mapping Instrument based on the Clinical Judgment Measurement Model
Authors: Mardie Timken MSN-Ed, RN
With changes to the NCLEX® and the NCSBN Clinical Judgment Measurement Model (NCJMM), giving nursing students different ways to develop care plans is important to reinforce clinical thinking that will prepare them for what’s to come on the NGN and in the clinical setting.
In this concept mapping instrument, Mardie Timken outlines the background and considerations for problem-based care plans along with NCJMM competencies, concept map, and rubric.
White paper highlights
- Problem-based care planning is another method for students to develop care plans or concept maps using the NCSBN Clinical Judgment Measurement Model (NCJMM) Layer 3.
- The NCJMM can help educators evaluate clinical judgment (of the student) while also supporting existing theoretical educational frameworks.
- Clinical judgment is defined by the NCSBN as the “Doing that occurs after the critical thinking” (NCSBN, 2021).