What is Entry-Level Practice of Nursing?
In order to define entry-level practice of nursing, The National Council conduct a job analysis study every three years to determine what entry-level nurses do on the job. The kinds of question they investigate include: In which clinical setting does the beginning nurse work? what types of care do beginning nurses provide to their patients? What are their primary duties and responsibilities? Based on the results of this study, National Council adjusts the content and level of difficulty of the test to accurately reflect what is happening in the workplace.