With the evolution of nursing as a profession, nursing research and evidence-based practice have also advanced significantly. As many hospitals are in pursuit of or have obtained Magnet accreditation, nursing grand rounds (NGRs) have seen a resurgence. NGRs are a presentation given by nurses who share nursing care and focus on a particular case or group of cases. NGRs offer a venue for nurses to meet the objectives of the Magnet initiative through teaching and professional development. Although NGRs have been cited in the literature since the 1960s, not much work has been published in this area. Some consider that NGRs may have descended from medical grand rounds.

Although medical grand rounds have endured over decades, some have had limited success at attracting participants and maintaining attendance. Medical journals have addressed the lack of attendance at medical grand rounds that use...

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