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Title
Clinical judgement and decision-making for nursing students Clinical judgement and decision-making for nursing students
Type
Text
Language
English
Text in English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Classification
LCC: RT42 .S67 2014 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 610.73 full
Identified By
Lccn: 2014930444
Content
still image (Source: rdacontent)
text (Source: rdacontent)
Summary
Clinical decision-making is an indispensable facet of professional nursing care. In order to become a registered nurse it is essential that the student develops sound decision-making skills in order to deal with the challenges ahead. This book enables pre-registration nursing students to understand, develop and apply these skills in order to practise safely and effectively. The structure of the book helps students to progress in effective decision-making right from the first to the final year of their programme. The book links theory to realistic experiences and clinical scenarios to show student nurses how to use these skills in practice. This text provides practical ways designed to help student nurses reach sound and safe decisions. It uses active learning features and activities that promote the use of evidence, critical enquiry, reflection and patient-centred care. -- Source other than Library of Congress.
Table Of Contents
Machine generated contents note: 1. What is clinical judgement and decision-making in nursing?
2. Collaborative clinical decision-making
3. Using observation to inform decisions
4. Systematic clinical decision-making
5. Standardised clinical decision-making
6. Prioritising decisions in delivering care
7. Experience and intuition in decision-making
8. Reflective judgement and decision-making
9. Ethical sensitivity in decision-making
10. Accountability for nursing decisions
11. Confidence in clinical decision-making
12. Decision-making `PERSON' evaluation tool.
Authorized Access Point
Standing, Mooi, Clinical judgement and decision-making for nursing students