This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Study was designed in four towns: Kerman, Bam, Jiroft, and Zarand, settled in Kerman province.
This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.
Study was designed in four towns: Kerman, Bam, Jiroft, and Zarand, settled in Kerman province. This research was a cross-sectional descriptive correlation study.
Data were analyzed with SPSS12 and descriptive and inferential statistics. We found positively correlation between male and CT and CDM score with mean score of the nursing student.
Also CDM score in male was more than female but not significant, and Jirofts CDM nursing student was significantly better than other city. The finding showed that mean score of nursing student CT was low.
Reason can be either due to the defects of nursing education program, teaching, and learning strategies. Nursing has evolved from an occupation to a profession, with skills based on well-developed knowledge. Clinical decision-making requires the early development of an hypothetical diagnosis, followed by future data collection aimed at supporting or disproving the diagnosis.
It is a developed skill of looking for alternative solution of the problems and adopting a questioning approach.
They need CT to provide effective care while coping with the expansion in role associated with the complexities of current health-care system. CT in nursing education is an essential component of professional accountability and quality nursing care.
Nursing students are expected to be able to think critically in order to process complex data and to make intelligent decisions concerning the planning, manage - CT. It may be different among the students in different cultural context as well as different organizational and educational context.
It also aimed to determine the variables affects these abilities. The study was carried out based on a descriptive comparative design at four faculties of nursing.
It was developed based on the experiences of a pretest among students and included questions about gender, age, level of education, and academic performance measured by grade point. The scale was translated from English into Farsi by Khodamoradi et al.
Scores are obtained by summing the number of correct item responses. The total scale ranges from 0 to 34 points, with subscale scores ranging from 0 to 9 for analysis, 0 to 14 for evaluation, and 0 to 11 for inference.
The scale consists of 24 items. The instrument is a structured questionnaire with a five-point scale: The items were scored from 1 to 5.
Half of the items were designed to measure analytical step-by-step and analytical information-processing decision making. Another half were designed to measure intuitive-processing decision making. These were labeled as items describing intuition decision making.
The items were scored from 1 to 5 so that the lowest scores measured analytical step-by-step decision making and the highest scores intuitive decision making.Critical thinking is the discipline of making sure that you use the best thinking that you are capable of in every situation.
To become a skilled critical thinker it . Critical Thinking, Clinical Reasoning, and Clinical Judgment clinical judgment, decision-making, problem-solving, and nursing process. 4.
Identify four principles of the scientiﬁ c method that are evident in CT. 5. 2 CHAPTER ONE What is Critical Thinking, Clinical Reasoning?
CRITICAL THINKING: BEHIND EVERY HEALED PATIENT. 10 Critical Thinking and Clinical Reasoning ensure that they are doing their best thinking and decision making. The practice of nursing requires critical thinking and clinical icine, as the “application of critical thinking to the clinical situation” (Victor-Chmil, , p.
35). Critical thinking involves being able to decipher what is relevant and important in a given situation and to make a clinical decision based on that importance. Patient care can be provided in many ways. In nursing, critical thinking skills are related to the clinical decision-making process.
Nursing critical thinking skills are a systemic, logical, reasoned approach to the nursing process which results in quality patient care. In the literature the terms ‘clinical reasoning’, ‘clinical judgment’, ‘problem solving’, ‘decision-making’ and ‘critical thinking’ are often used interchangeably.