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critical thinking 6

critical thinking chapter 6 mj

QuestionAnswer
levels of critical thinking basic,complex,commitment
learner trust the experts, has concrete thinking, follows the rules exactly basic level
begins to detach detach themselves from authorities, analyze choices more independently, asks questions complex level
anticipates needs before they occur, makes own choices & decisions, accepts accountability for them commitment level
problem solving obtain information and then use the information and what we already know to find a solution.
decision making informed conclusions that are supported by evidence and reason.
diagnostic reasoning using gathered data to logically explain a judgment.
drawing a conclusion diagnostic reasoning
clinical decision making problem solving activity that focuses on defining a patient problem and selecting appropriate treatment.
requires careful reasoning so that the options for the best patient outcomes are chosen on the basis of the patient's condition and priority of the problem. clinical decision making
clinical decision making critera what needs to be achieved?what needs to be preserved?what needs to be avoided?
Created by: vmichellejones