Lippincott helps you integrate clinical judgment activities into your curriculum so students are prepared for the NGN — and for practice.

The NGN will assess knowledge in a new way. But the fundamentals of readying nursing students for practice have been underway for some time. Strengthening clinical judgment skills and preparing students for real-world practice has been a cornerstone of Lippincott® nursing education offerings. And we’re ready for the future by helping you achieve NGN goals. Through our solutions, we expose students to the NCLEX clinical judgment model and question types via real-world scenarios that develop critical thinking and sharpen decision-making skills.

“Using the Lippincott suite, our NCLEX pass rates rose from 75% to 95.5% as of 2017. And we’re giving students what they need to face real-world practice.” – Jacqueline Semaan, MSN, CHSE, RNC-LRN, Nursing Skills Lab Coordinator, Simulation Coordinator, Lake Superior College

Practice with new question types: available now and throughout 2022

Students can now practice with the new question types that will appear on the NCLEX. Extensive practice with these items will provide confidence and competence for the 2023 changes to the exam.

NGN new item types included in Lippincott® CoursePoint+ and PassPoint:
  • Complete case studies
  • Stand-alone items (bowtie and trend)
  • Deconstructed case studies in CoursePoint+ that provide additional exposure to new question types and are unique to Lippincott®
  • Knowledge items and NGN-style questions
Topics include:
  • Fundamentals
  • Maternity and Pediatrics
  • Medical-Surgical
  • Mental Health
  • Pharmacology
  • Assessment
We’re making preparation as real-world as possible
The Lippincott® Nursing Education Suite integrates clinical judgment activities into the curriculum and familiarizes students with the NGN’s new types of questions. That helps students build the competence and confidence they need for success — on the NCLEX and in clinical practice.

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Gives students the opportunities to think critically, use evidence, and apply knowledge for patient care

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Provides experiential vignettes that allow students to recognize the six steps in the clinical judgment model

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Brings fidelity to the NCLEX prep experience through evidence-based information that helps students make sound clinical decisions

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Are you ready?
According to a survey of nursing school administrators, faculty, and deans conducted by Wolters Kluwer in collaboration with the National League for Nursing, there is a need for rapid and increased investment in technology adoption to prepare for NGN.

Nursing education programs are struggling to strike the balance between preparing for NCLEX and readying students for practice.

2 in 5
Nursing educators have not decided what curriculum changes need to be made to prepare for NGN.

of nurse educators say some of the most important reasons for adopting technology is to improve clinical judgment skills and increase NCLEX pass rates.

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