An experienced nurse tells you not to bother studying too hard, since most clinical reasoning becomes "second nature" and "intuitive" once you start practicing. What thinking below should underlie your response?
a. When intuition is used alone, there are increased risks and fewer benefits. Intuition often moves problem solving forward quickly, but it might result in a
lot of trial-and-error approaches.
b. For nursing to remain a science, nurses must continue to be vigilant about stamping out intuitive reasoning.
c. The emphasis on logical, scientific, evidence-based reasoning has held nursing back for years. It's time
to champion intuitive, creative thinking!
d. It's simply a matter of preference. Some of us are logical, scientific thinkers, and some are intuitive,