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Elements of Decision Making Process? SKILLS

Interpretation

USCR. Data gathering from BCF, pt interview and research to increase specific knowledge base.

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Elements of Decision Making Process? SKILLS

Analysis

Further development of USCR using the summary tool as in clinical. Compare norm to the present clinical presentation of the patient. Formulate a statement and Interventions

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Elements of Decision Making Process? SKILLS

Inference

Examine meaning and relationships in the data by considering the PC of the pt ( or family members) .

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Elements of Decision Making Process? SKILLS


Explanation

formulate a SCD Statement and outcomes. List the interventions that are required to achieve the expected outcomes. REFLECT on your own behavior. Use knowledge & experience to select the strategies you will use to achieve the desired outcomes. Implement and evaluate.

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Elements of Decision Making Process? SKILLS


Self regulation

reflect on your own experiences. Adhere to the standards of practice. Apply ethical principals in your nursing practice. Identify in what way you can improve your performance.

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Elements of Decision Making Process? Dispositions or habits:


Truth Seeking

Learn what actually happened in the situation. Consider scientific principals and evidence , even if they do not support your preconceptions or personal beliefs.

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Elements of Decision Making Process? Dispositions or habits:

Open – mindedness

Be receptive to new ideas and other points of view. Respect the right of other people to hold different opinions, Be aware of your own prejudices.

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Elements of Decision Making Process? Dispositions or habits:


Analyticity

Determine the significance of a situation. Interpret meaning. Anticipate possible results or consequences. Use evidence- informed knowledge in your nursing practice.

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Elements of Decision Making Process? Dispositions or habits:


Systematicity

Be organized and focused in data collection. Use an organized approach to problem solving and decision making.

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Elements of Decision Making Process? Dispositions or habits:



Self Confidence

Trust your own reasoning process. Seek confirmation from experts when uncertain.

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Elements of Decision Making Process? Dispositions or habits:


Inquisitiveness

Actively seek new knowledge.

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Maturity

Accept the multiple solutions that are possible. Reflect on your own judgments ; be willing to consider other explanations use prudence in making, suspending or revising judgments.

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Components in Critical Thinking?

Specific knowledge base: USE TEXT BOOKS, LECTURES, URL’s

Experience in Nursing: A practice discipline involving skills.
Critical Thinking Competencies:

General CTC: Scientific method, problem solving and decision making.

Specific CTC in Clinical Situations: Diagnostic reasoning clinical inference, and clinical decision making.

Specific CTC in Nursing : use of the Nursing process, Orem’s Theory

Attitudes for Critical Thinking ( dispositions or habits)
Standards for Critical Thinking ( last lab)
Intellectual Standards ( values)
Professional Standards ( values)

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Developing Critical Thinking Skills?

Reflective Journal Writing : Gives the student the opportunity to define and express a clinical experience in your own words.


Concept Mapping: Allows the student to understand relationships through drawing a visual representation of the pt’s problems and the interventions that depicts their relationships to one another.