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CNE Study Guide I4

CNE Study Guide I - NLN CNE Study Guide. Chp 14 Diane M. Billings 3rd ed

Some traits of Facione's ideal critical thinker is habitually inquisitive, well-informed, trustful of reason, _________________, flexible, fair-minded in evaluation, honest in facing personal biases, and prudent in making judgments. open-minded
Nurses need a high level of critical thinking skills and a critical thinking disposition because nurses encounter multiple patients with the ________ _________ ________ __________. However, each patient responds to those needs differeltly. same health care needs
____________ _________ of the nurse become more important than the ability to perform the associated psychomotor skills. Thinking skills
Students need to know what nursing ________________ will be needed when they read laboratory reports with _______________ results; they do not need to memorize normal laboratory values. measures, abnormal
The clinical instructor can help a student learn by focusing on making clinical ________________ from given data, recognizing unstated assumptions, deductive reasoning, weighing of evidence and distinguishing between weak and strong arguments. inferences
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