I used to adamantly tell people to NOT include their clinicals on their resumes ... unless they were special, unique experiences that were not typical for nursing students and/or they related directly to the job for which you are applying. However, with so many new schools
of nursing offering poor-quality experience (and too much in labs vs. actual patient contact hours, etc.), I have updated my thinking and now recommend that you include them.
BUT -- and this is important -- make sure you are totally clear that these are student clinicals and not jobs. In fact, I recommend listing them on a separate sheet of paper. On your main resume, just make a brief summary statement about your school clinicals and state that details are included on a separate sheet. That makes them available to be read without there being any confusion and withouth "cluttering up" your resume for those who don't want to see all those details on their first review of your resume. Also highlight any special, unique, or particularly pertinent clinical experiences on your main resume and/or in your cover letter.