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MedSurg-Chapter1

Critical Thinking

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Critical Thinking the use of cognitive skills or strategies that increase the probability of a desirable outcome
What are some other terms used in place of critical thinking? reasoning refection common sense problem solving analysis inquiry
Intellectual Humility Having a consciousness of the limits of one's knowledge
Intellectual Empathy Having a consciousness of the need to imaginatively put oneself in the place of others in order to genuinely understand them
Intellectual Integrity To be consistent in the intellectual standards one applies to hold one's self to the same rigorous standards of evidence and proof to which one holds one's antagonists
Intellectual Perserverance Having a consciousness of the need to use intellectual insights and truths in spite of difficulties, obstacles, and frustrations
Intellectual Sense of Justice Having a consciousness of the need to treat all viewpoints alike, without reference to one's own feelings or vested interests, or the feelings or vested interests of one's friends, community or nation
The Standard Problem Solving Method Gather Data, or Factual Information Identify the Problem Decide what outcome is Desirable Make A Plan Implement the Plan Evaluate the Plan of Care
Role of the LPN Provide Direct Care Develope a therapeutic relationship and understand the patients needs
The Nursing Process Asssessment Nursing Diagnosis Planning Care Implementation Evaluation
Viligance Anticipating and preventing problems
WHAT'S UP? Where is it? How does it feel? Aggravating and Alleviating Factors When did it start? How long does it last? Other Useful Data Patient Perception of the Problem
Created by: mrsebanks