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Critical Thinking

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Ellen Lynch

on 6 May 2013

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Transcript of Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking Decision Making & Critical Thinking Critical Thinking
defined through history Socratic questioning Avoids assumptions Discerns facts from opinions Asks for evidence Evaluates credibility of sources Critical analysis Inductive /deductive reasoning Interprets data and
draws conclusions Adopts new beliefs based on new conclusions Avoids assumptions Discerns facts from opinions Socratic Questioning Asks for evidence Critical analysis Inductive /deductive reasoning Interprets data and draws conclusions Evaluates credibility of sources Adopts new beliefs based on new conclusions @LynchRN
NCLEX
factoids The nurse who reasoned that Primidone
may be the cause of lethargy with this patient was using:

A) Deductive reasoning
B) Inductive thinking
C) Reflection
D) Critical analysis B) Inductive thinking Intuitive Thinking is:

A. An innate thinking method that people are born with
B. An expected behavior of student nurses
C. A combination of knowledge and "gut" feelings
D. A method that should be avoided in nursing science The best decision-making tool for the 219 nursing students' change project would be:

A) The Gantt chart
B) The Fishbone
C) The Decision Tree The Gantt Chart A combination of knowledge
and "gut" feelings Medication Error:
Wrong Insulin Given PEOPLE RN was a temporary agency nurse Charge nurse was off unit at committee meeting PROCESS Medication was not
scanned per policy No COW available RN did not know method
to get a replacment COW EQUIPMENT 3 COWS
out of service Dead batteries MANAGEMENT Nurses manager reports
batteries were not replaced
because of budget constraints ENVIRONMENT Unit had 12 new admissions that day Both insulin pens were stored in the same drawer MATERIALS Levimir insulin and Novilin R insulin pens are identical in size, shape, and color. The Fishbone Diagram A. Deductive Reasoning
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