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Aurora University: Principles of Nursing I- Chapte 15...Exam 1

Aurora University; Principles of Nursing I - Chapter 15; KimKwas
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Critical, thinking:
____thinking is an active, organized, cognitive process used to examine one's thinking and the ____ of others.
Open mindedness:
To be tolerant of different views and respecting the rights of other to have different opinions are examples of ____ ____.
Evidence-based:
____ - ____ knowledge is awareness based on research or clinical expertise.
Thought Processes:
Critical thinking is the ability to use higher order ____ ____ to achieve some desired end or to solve a proble.
Analyzing, evaluating:
____ and ____ are two key components of critical thinking.
This working:
When evaluating something, ask " Is ____ ____"? If not, why not?
Explanation:
____ is a way of talking yourself through it.
Induction:
____ is the process of estimating the validity of observations of part of a class of facts as evidence for a proposition about the whole class.
Inference:
An ____ is the reasoning involved in drawing a conclusion or making a logical judgment on the basis of circumstantial evidence and prior conclusions rather than on the basis of direct observation.
Inferences:
____ are based on facts.
Complex, commitment:
The three levels of critical thinking are basic, ____ and _____.
Basic level:
At the ____ ____ of critical thinking a learner trusts that experts have thre right answer for all problems.
Complex, independently:
The ____ critical thinker analyzes and examines choices ____.
identify assumptions:
Complex critical thinkers can ____ ____ underlying arguments.
Commitment, assistance:
At the ____ level of critical thinking, the person has the ability to make choices without______ from others.
Scientific method:
The ____ ____ is a way to solve problems using reasoining.
Problem solving:
____ ____ involves finding a solution and evaluating.
Cognitive Processes:
Critical thinking competencies are ____ ____ nurses use to make judgements.
Decision making:
____ ____ is a product of critical thinking that focuses on problem resolution.
Diagnostic reasoning:
____ ____ is the process of determining a situation.
Clinical decision:
____ ____ making defines a patients health problem and selects the appropriate treatment.
Nursing Process:
The ____ ____ is a five-step clinical decision making approach.
Concept mapping:
____ ____ is a visual representation of a patients problems and interventions that illustrates an interrelationship.
Professional standards, professional:
____ ____ for critical thinking refer to ethical criteria for nursing judgements, evidence-based criteria used for evaluation and criteria for ____ responsibility.
Intellectual standards:
____ ____ are guidelines or principles for rational thought.
Status now:
Always think ahead and ask "what is the ____ ____"?
Experience, commitment:
Critical thinking is a process acquired through ____, ____, and an active curiosity toward learning.
Judgement,action:
Clinical decision making involves ____ that includes critical and reflective thinking and ____ and application of scientific and practical logic.
Basic critical:
Following a procedure step-by-step without adjusting to a patient's unique needs is an example of _____ _____ thinking.
knowing:
You improve your clinical decision making by _____ your patients.
Process, specific:
The Nursing ____ is a blueprint for client care that involves both general and ____ critical thinking competencies.
Reflective journaling:
____ ____ gives you the opportunity to define and express the clinical experience in your own words
ADoIPIE:
Acronym for the Nursing Process
Diagnosis:
Nurse analyzes assessment data to determine patients health issues
Outcome identification:
Nurse identifies expected conditions to be achieved as a result of health care delivery
Medical diagnosis
Identification of a disease/condition by a scientific evaluation of physical signs, symptoms, history, lab tests, and/or procedures.
Primary, Secondary:
____ and ____ sources are used to obtain information for the patient database.
Skin, mucous membranes:
____ and mucous _____ are two types of non-specific body defenses.
Normal flora:
____ ____ are microorganisms that reside on / in the body without causing disease.
Orientation, working:
____ phase, ____ phase & termination phase are the 3 phases of data collection.
Back channeling:
____ ____ encourages the patient to give more information by giving active listening prompts; un-huh, go on.
Percussion:
____ is the act of tapping a part of the body with your fingers.
Auscultation:
Examination by listening for sounds produced within the body is called ____.
Palpation:
Examination by lightly touching or applying pressure to the body is called ____.
Nosocomial:
A _____ infection is acquired in a health care setting.
Vector:
A ____ is a carrier of a disease, usually and insect that is the causative organism of disease.