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NECC-Chapter 3

Communication, Critical thinking, and Protocols

1)What is involved in perception checking? Perception checking involves confirming or disproving the more suble components of communication interaction, such as messages that are impleid but not stated (Egan, chapter 3, page 45 paragraph 16).
2)What are the 5 effective feedback mechanisms in oral communication with patients. Attenting, paraphrasing, resquesting clarification, perception checking, and reflecting feelings (Egan,chapter 3, page 45 paragraph 12).
3)What are the basic purpose of communication in the health care setting? To establish rapport,to comfort an anxious patient by explaning the unknown, to obtain information, to relay pertinent information, to give instruction,and to persuade others to take action (Egan, Chapter 3 page 44, box 3-1).
4)What are the internal factors that can affect communication? Previous experiences, attitude, values, cultural heritage, relifious beliefs, self-concept, listening habits, preoccupations, and feelings (Egan, Chapter 3, page 44, figure 3-10).
5)What can we do to improve our communication skills. Enhance our ability to communicate effectively, focus on improving sending, receiving, feedback skills, and identify and overcome common barries to effective communication (Egan, Chapter 3, page 44, paragraph 4).
6)What are the key elements of a respiratory care protocol program? Strong and commited medical direction, capable therapists, active qualify monitoring, collaborative environment among RT's, physicians, and nurses, and responsiveness of all participants to address and correct problems ( Egan, Chapter 2, pg 23, box 2-5).
7)What are the some elements of an acceptable respiratory care protocol as described by the American College of Chest Physicians? Clearly stated objectives, outline that includes an angorithm, description of alternative choices at decision and action points, description of end points and decision points where the physician must be contacted (Egan, chapter 2, Box 2-6).
8)What are some of the tactics for implementation of respiratory care protocols? Select a broad member planning team, develop a training program for RT's staff, and identify sources of resistance (Egan, chapter 2, page 25, box 2-7).
9)Explain the reason why respiratory protocol have been developed? In an effort to improve the allocation of respiratory care services (Egan, chapter 2, page 22, paragraph 2).
10)What are some example of specific purpose when a protocol can be written? ABG'S sampling, weaning from mechanical ventilation, decannulating a tracheostomy, and titrating oxygen therapy (Egan, chapter 2, page 22,paragraph 4).
11)What is the purpose of critical thinking? Is to provide a point, interpreter what something means, solve a problem(Critical thinking: what it is and why it counts, by Peter A. Facione. page 3,paragraph 3).
12)Can critical thinking be a collaborative and noncompetitive endeovor? True or False? True. Critical thinking can be a collaborative and noncompetitive endeovor (Critical thinking: what it is and why it counts, by Peter A. Facione. page 3, paragraph 3).
13)What is the definition of evaluation? It means to assess the credibility of statements or other representations which are accounts or descriptions of a person (Critical thinking: what it is and why it counts, by Peter A. Facione. pg 5, paragraph 4).
14) What is called when you raise your thinking to another level? Meta-cognition (Critical thinking: what it is and why it counts, by Peter A. Facoine. pg 7, paragraph 1).
15)What is called to self-consciouly monitor one's cognitive activities? Self-regulation (Critical thinking: what it is and why it counts, by Peter A. Facione. pg 7, paragraph 2).
16)What it means when you have critical spirit in a positive sense? To have a probing inquisitiveness, a keenness of mind, a zealous dedication to reason, and a hunger or eagerness for reliable information(Critical thinking: what it is and why it counts, by Peter A. Facione. pg 8, paragraph 3).
17)What is explanation? Is being able to present in a cogent and coherent way the results of one's reasoning (Critical thinking: what it is and why it counts, by Peter A. Facione. pg 6, paragraph 6).
18)What are the commitments of a good critical thinker? To always seek the truth with objectivity, integrity, and fair-mindedness (Critical thinking: what it is and why it counts, by Peter A. Facione. pg 11, paragraph 3).
19)Peaple who stick to their decision over time whith confidence and act on that decision have this...? Dominance structure (Critical thinking: what it is and why it counts, by Peter A. Facione. pg 17, paragraph 4).
20)What is pervasive? Pervasive is to consider as a form of thoughtful judgment or reflective decision-making, in a very real sense critical thinking (Critical thinking: what it is and why it counts, by Peter A. Facione. pg 9, paragraph 1).
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