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Nurse Educ. 2006 May-Jun;31(3):132-7.

Measuring critical thinking in graduate education: what do we know?

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Department of Nursing, Salsibury University, Salisbury, MD, USA. laseldomridge@salisbury.edu

Abstract

Accrediting and specialty organizations agree that a master's education expands critical thinking skills gained during undergraduate study, yet a review of literature revealed a lack of research measuring critical thinking of students enrolled in postbaccalaureate education in nursing and other fields. Of 35 studies retrieved, 17 were conducted on undergraduate nursing students, with the remainder spread across practicing RNs, and master's level students in physical therapy, business, medicine, and nursing. A critique of this research and recommendations for future study are presented.

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