Here's the stickey the above poster was talking about. http://allnurses.com/forums/f125/rn-...ne-105380.html
The "clinicals" I've gotten so far were in community health and assessment. We got credit for a teaching project, where we had to teach a special population, which could be your friends, neighborhood kids, or your co-workers (falls under occupational health). During the assessment class we got clinical hours for following a NP for 8 hours doing assessments, and doing having a NP or master-prepared nurse check us off on a physical exam. During leadership we have to follow a manager around for 8 hours.
Every school is different. The local school here has a family nursing course, where clinical hours are awarded for spending time with a family that has a sick child. They had more clinical community health hours than my program, which may have entailed a public health clinic, adolescent home, stuff like that.
Obviously since you are an RN already there are no clinicals like you're used to. However, NLN approved RN to BSN courses require a "clinical" component of one sort or another.