NSE 11A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Nursing Process, Critical Thinking, Nursing Diagnosis
Self-regulation-reflect on your experiences; adhere to standards of practice. Inference-examine meanings and relationships in data making in nursing. Truth seeking-learn what"s actually happening in situation. Open-mindedness-be receptive to new ideas & tolerant to other povs. Maturity-accept that multiple solutions are possible; reflect on judgments. Critical thinking and the nursing process: an introduction. P and p chapter 11: describe the cognitive skills and critical thinking dispositions required for clinical decision. Interpretation-be orderly in collecting data: outline the components of kataoka-yahiro"s & saylor"s model of critical thinking in nursing. Critical thinking: using everything that you know (experience and knowledge); everything that makes you who you are are to come up with the best solution for the problem ( who you are as a human being) Example would be the feeding before surgery thing. Experience in nursing: clinical nursing experiences are necessary for you to acquire clinical decision-making skills.