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Key critical thinking skills and terms associated with ADPIE

Assessment: ask, validate, identify, analyse, interpret
Diagnose: analysing, interpreting assessment data and identify gaps. Determine nursing diagnosis
Planning: achieve goals, consider consequences of actions, setting priorities
Implementation: involve patient and implement care, MDT
Evaluation: reassessing, modifying, individualising care, determining if outcomes are met

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Relationship between critical thinking and clinical judgement

Critical thinking and reasoning = process
Clinical judgement = conclusion, decision, opinion (result or outcome)

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Critical thinking and RN standards of practice

Standard 1: think critically and analyse practice
Use strategies and best evidence in making decisions
Provide safe and quality nursing with evidenced based and person centred frameworks

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Critical thinking means

Not accepting information at face value without evaluating whether it is factual and reliable
Alfaro lefevre

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Personality affects

Processing of information, decision making, degree of structure and control in your life

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Nosce Te ipsum

Know thyself
Celebrate strengths and overcome weakness

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The big five

Five traits that have surfaced repeatedly in factor analyses of personality measures

High reliability and considerable power in predicting job performance and team effectiveness

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Ocean

Openness
Conscientiousness
Extroversion
Agreeableness
Neuroticism

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Conscientiousness

Careful and vigilant
Desire to do a task well
Takes obligation to others seriously
Efficient and organised

As opposed to easy going and disorderly

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Emotional stability/neuroticism

Remain stable and balanced
High neuroticism have tendency to easily experience negative emotions

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Introversion

One find energy from internal sources rather than external ones

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Extroversion

Personality trait shared by people who are friendly assertive outgoing with others

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How personality styles affect nursing

Know your own to celebrate strengths and overcome weakness
Know and recognise others styles to respect their own approaches to the same situation

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Benefits of knowing personality traits in nursing

Partnering/team building: understand and respect relationships
Performance and retention: promotes critical thinking, less stress, self confidence, positive environment
Patient satisfaction: empowerment, communication, outcomes

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Emotional intelligence

Social intelligence that emphasises the abilities to manage, recognise and understand emotions and use emotions to guide thought and action

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Vark

Visual, auditory, read/write, kinaesthetic

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Kolbs learning cycle

Concert experience
Reflective observation
Abstract conceptualisation
Active experimentation

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When learning people have different preferences for

How they receive and perceive information

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Key point in understandings learning styles in nursing is

Most people learn in a combination of styles rather than just one
Must adapt as a nurse for patient and families need for understanding and education

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Visual learners learn best by

Watching, maps, charts , diagrams, graphs, symbols

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Auditory learns learn best by

Lectures, group discussions, radio, speaking, podcasts

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Reading writing learners learn best by

Texts, manual, reports, essays, assignments, power points

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Kinaesthetic learners learn best by

Moving, doing, experience and practice, simulation, experimenting, demonstrations

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Techniques important to educating others

Summarise and explain concepts in own words
Ask-tell-ask

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Benners stages of nursing expertise

1: novice
2: advanced beginner
3: competent
4: proficient
5: expert

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Benner: novice traits

Act before thinking
Require clear rules
Hampered by not knowing resources
Need step by step procedures

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Benner: expert traits

Asses and think before acting
Know when to bend rules
Aware of resources and how to use them
Can integrate steps
Focus on steps as a whole (pt response)

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Why is clinical reasoning important

Care for and make decisions about complex patients

Responsible for clinical judgements in health care

Need to respond to challenging and dynamic situations

Psychomotor and thinking abilities

Has positive impact on patient outcomes

Poor skills can fail to detect deteriorating patient

Errors are key factor in adverse outcomes

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Clinical reasoning is dependent on

Critical thinking disposition

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Clinical reasoning and critical thinking attributes include

(HIIPO Flys CCAR)

Holistic and contextual perspective
Intuition
Inquisitive
Perseverance
Open mindedness
Flexibility
Confidence
Creativity
Academic integrity
Reflexivity