Critical Thinking in Nursing / Pearson Education
Critical Thinking and Nursing / The Critical Thinking Community
This case study describes the journey of revising an online health care ethics course in an accelerated nursing program. The primary goal was to incorporate additional opportunities for fostering critical thinking along with updating the course design to reflect the university’s standard of academic rigor. Critical
Critical thinking has evolved and is becoming a standard of care. The ability to think critically has become a highly desirable skill and students desire student-centered activities that will teach them to navigate the real-world situations they will encounter in the workplace.
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Daly, John; Speedy, Sandra; Jackson, Debra. Professional Nursing : Concepts, Issues, and Challenges. New York, NY, USA: Springer Publishing Company,2005. p 332.
Gardner, Fiona; Fook, Jan; White, Sue. Critical Reflection in Health and Social Care. Berkshire, GBR: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 2006. p i.
Newhouse, Robin P.; Dearholt, Sandra L.; Poe, Stephanie S.. Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice Model and Guidelines. Indianapolis, IN, USA: Sigma Theta Tau International, 2007. p 26.
Oermann, Marilyn H.; Heinrich, Kathleen T.. Annual Review of Nursing Education Volume 3, 2005. New York, NY, USA: Springer Publishing Company, 2005. p 164.
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