Clinical Decision-Making and Judgement in Nursing

  • ID: 3685118
  • Book
  • 212 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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The book provides a critical overview of the current research literature regarding the topic of clinical decision making and judgement in nursing. The text helps individuals apply different techniques to practice, aiming for a 'non-academic' style which will be easy for readers to understand. Both the editors are researchers in the field of nurse decision making and have considerable experience teaching the subject on third level diploma/degree, masters level and post-registration nursing courses. This text is therefore unique in drawing together both the research and practical experience of implementing techniques in practice.

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Decision Making and Judgement in Nursing - An Introduction. Human Error, Bias, Decision Making and Judgement in Nursing - The Need for a Systematic Approach. What are Clinical Judgements?. How Nurses Use Clinical Information in Practice. Interpretation of Risk and Social Judgement Theory. What Decisions Do Nurses Make?. Making Sense of Research Evidence to Inform Decision Making. Decision Analysis. Clinical Guidelines. Computerised Decision Support. Decision Making and Judgement in Nursing - Some Conclusions.
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Thompson, Carl Professor (Personal Chair), Department of Health Sciences, University of York, York, UK

Senior Lecturer.

Dowding, Dawn Professor of Applied Health Research
School of Health Care
University of Leeds
Leeds, UK.
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