Clinical judgement and decision-making: in Nursing and interprofessional healthcare
Professor Emeritus Kenneth R. Hammond, University of Colorado, USA
Sound clinical judgement and decision-making is vital to delivery of high quality, patient-centred, nursing and interprofessional healthcare. This book integrates the theory and practice of decision-making to guide and enhance practitioners' understanding and clinical expertise.
Mooi Standing presents relevant, contemporary theory and research that relates decision-making to:
- Professional identity
- Organization of healthcare
- Developing knowledge and skills
- Selecting and applying the most appropriate intervention in clinical practice
The author's new 'reflexive-pragmatism' model summarizes the key knowledge, skills, values and processes of clinical judgement and decision-making, for readers to apply in reviewing and enhancing their own clinical practice. Extensive reflective activities and self assessment tools are included throughout the book.
Clinical Judgement and Decision-Making is essential reading for qualified nurses, midwives and allied health professionals undertaking CPD modules in judgement and decision-making, evidence-based practice and reflective practice or studying to be advanced practitioners.
Contributors: Kate Dewar, Carolyn Jackson, Peter Ellis, Antonio Sama, Roger Goldsmith, Elizabeth Duck, Douglas MacInnes, Susan Plummer, Hesham Hassan, Michael Standing
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