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critical thinking considering all aspects of a situation when deciding what to do or believe
empathy sensitivity to the individual needs & reactions of a patient
learning style the way an individual best learns new information: audio, visual, kinetic
perceiving how an individual looks at info & sees it as real
processing how an individual internalizes new info & makes it his/her own
professional behaviors actions that identify the medical asst as a member of a healthcare profession; dependable, respectful, taking initiative, having a positive attitude, being a team player
reflection considering new info & internalizing it to create new ways of examining info
abstract perceivers learn by analysis, observation, & reflection; step-by-step approach to problem solving
concrete perceivers learn by doing; prefer personal meaning and relevance
active processors prefer to jump in & start doing things immediately; take risks
reflective processors have to think before they can internalize; prefer to observe first
steps to effective time management P-COPY 1. Determine your Purpose 2. Identify your main Concern 3. Be Organized 4. Stop Procrastinating 5. Remember You
identifying main concern of time Pretty Darn Good At Discovering time! 1. Plan time 2. use Down time 3. Guard time 4. Assign time 5. Discover time
ways to stop procrastination STOP PARM 1. Plan & Prioritize 2. Ask for help 3. Reward yourself 4. Make it Meaningful
problem solving & conflict management I Do Problem Solve 1. Identify central issue 2. Decide if it's worth pursuing 3. Possible solutions 4. Solve conflict in private at pre-scheduled time
assertive communication allows you to express your thoughts & feelings honestly and to stand up for yourself
Created by: ginaliane