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SOAR Critical Thinking. Jayne Josephsen, MSN, RN, CHPN. A few characteristics of Critical Thinkers…. Proactive! Fair-minded Empathetic Independent thinkers Flexible Team players Creative and committed to excellence. Components of Critical Thinking & Clinical Judgment.

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Soar critical thinking

SOARCritical Thinking

Jayne Josephsen, MSN, RN, CHPN


A few characteristics of

Critical Thinkers…

  • Proactive!

  • Fair-minded

  • Empathetic

  • Independent thinkers

  • Flexible

  • Team players

  • Creative and committed to excellence


Components of Critical Thinking & Clinical Judgment

  • Problem Identification

  • Problem Clarification

  • Problem Exploration

  • Evaluate & Integrate

  • Noticing

  • Interpreting

  • Action

  • Reflection in Action

  • Reflection on Action



Focus on Observation – CT

Assessment – NP

Analysis & Deliberation based on content & value – CT

Nursing Diagnosis – NP

  • Noticing:Initial grasp of situation

  • Knowledge of person & specific pattern of response

  • Clinical knowledge ofsimilar individuals

  • Textbook knowledge

  • Interpreting:

  • Intuitive response based onrecognized patterns

  • Analysis of data withhypothesis formation

  • R/O hypothesis until consistentwith data

Experiential knowledge development.

  • Reflection-on-Action:

  • Examination of action

  • Connect action with response

  • Assess what occurred as a resultof action or lack of action

Reflection leading to new focus – CT

Evaluation – NP

Decision or Description

of best solution – CT

Planning – NP

  • Reflection-in-Action:

  • Read response

  • Adjust intervention basedon assessment

Action:

Response


Strategies for

increasing critical thinking skills

  • Concept Maps: Common Pathologies or Medications on the Unit

  • Reflect Upon Use of Critical Thinking

  • Share Experiences with Preceptor and Peers: Dialogue

  • Turn errors into learning opportunities: Reflect upon Assumptions Made and Personal Biases.



Barriers to Critical Thinking:

  • Environmental Barriers: Time, Conducive Work Environment

  • Personal Barriers: Stress, Attitudes

  • Lack of Transitioning: Nursing Knowledge, Skills



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