Clinical leadership in nursing students: A concept analysis

Jack, Kirsten and Bianchi, Monica and Costa, Rosa Dilar Pereira and Grinberg, Keren and Harnett, Gerardina and Luiking, Marie-Louise and Nilsson, Stefan and Scammell, Janet Mary Elizabeth (2022) Clinical leadership in nursing students: A concept analysis. Nurse Education Today, 108. p. 105173. ISSN 02606917

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Objectives: To undertake a concept analysis of clinical leadership in nursing students. Design: Concept analysis. Data sources: A comprehensive search was conducted using the Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL), Medline and PsychINFO using the following search terms: clinical leadership AND man- agement AND preregistration OR pre-registration OR undergraduate AND nursing student* OR student nurse*. Review methods: Nursing student clinical leadership was explored using the eight-step process of concept analysis proposed by Walker and Avant (2014). Results: The defining attributes included effective interpersonal communication skills, contemporary clinical knowledge and being a role model to others. Conclusion: This concept analysis provides a definition of clinical leadership in nursing students. It will support understanding of the concept and how it is enacted in clinical placement settings

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