Nurse educators in RN programs are called to address the nursing shortage, assist increasingly diverse learners to succeed on the National Council Licensure Examination the first time, and prepare the new nurse graduate to transition into an ever-changing health care system. This article purposes a teaching model to empower both the nurse educator and the student. As graduates have gained locus of control, National Council Licensure Examination pass rates have increased from 82 percent to 93 percent. The discussion examines a variety of strategies to facilitate nurse graduate success.
Wilson-Anderson, Kaye, "A Teaching Model to Promote NCLEX-RN Success" (2021). Faculty Publications - College of Nursing. 37.