Nurse Critical Thinking

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Establishing a consistent routine of writing at least weekly in a journal can improve critical thinking (Profetta-Mc Grath, 2005).Writing about critical incidents, complex situations that require decision making, as well as emotions and feelings about interactions and events stimulate analysis, synthesis, judgment, and creativity that are components of critical thinking.Novice nurses may find this process difficult, whereas the experienced nurse should rely on her intuition, followed by fast action.

Establishing a consistent routine of writing at least weekly in a journal can improve critical thinking (Profetta-Mc Grath, 2005).Writing about critical incidents, complex situations that require decision making, as well as emotions and feelings about interactions and events stimulate analysis, synthesis, judgment, and creativity that are components of critical thinking.Novice nurses may find this process difficult, whereas the experienced nurse should rely on her intuition, followed by fast action.

Patterns of behaviors are recognized and a hypothesis may be formed that can lead to a change in practice (Profetta-Mc Grath, 2005).

Nursing practice demands that practitioners display sound judgement and decision-making skills as critical thinking and clinical decision making is an essential component of nursing practice.

Nurses’ ability to recognize and respond to signs of patient deterioration in a timely manner plays a pivotal role in patient outcomes (Purling & King 2012).

Errors in clinical judgement and decision making are said to account for more than half of adverse clinical events (Tomlinson, 2015).

The focus of the nurse clinical judgement has to be on quality evidence based care delivery, therefore, observational and reasoning skills will result in sound, reliable, clinical judgements.

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