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Title: Measures that can be used to teach critical thinking skills in nurse prescribers
Authors: Banning, M
Keywords: Nurse educator;Nurse prescriber;Teaching and learning strategies;Critical thinking
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Elsevier
Description: Critical thinking is a pervasive skill that involves scrutinizing, differentiating, and appraising information and reflecting on the information gained in order to make judgements and inform clinical decisions. Studies inform us of the need for agreement on the approaches used to teach and measure critical thinking. Nurse prescribers undertake an advanced role that encompass the need to be able to make clinically based decisions about the appropriateness of a specific medication. This requires critical thinking attributes. A variety of teaching and learning approaches are offered which can be used by nurse educators to develop critical thinking skills in nurse prescribers.
Other Identifiers: Nurse Education in Practice 6(2): 98-105, Mar 2006
Appears in Collections:Dept of Clinical Sciences Research Papers

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