History[ edit ] The earliest documentation of critical thinking are the teachings of Socrates recorded by Plato. Socrates established the fact that one cannot depend upon those in "authority" to have sound knowledge and insight. He demonstrated that persons may have power and high position and yet be deeply confused and irrational. He established the importance of asking deep questions that probe profoundly into thinking before we accept ideas as worthy of belief.
Concept of professionalism explored and related to nursing. Includes a brief historical review of nursing and nursing theories. Professional values, practice standards, informatics, and communication with health care professionals introduced.
Legal implications for nursing explored. Basic mechanisms of disease processes and their role in disrupting normal physiology. Principles and techniques required for the assessment and analysis of data. Normal assessment findings and selected abnormal findings studied.
Cultural variations and assessment variations across the lifespan explored. Opportunity to practice the basic principles and techniques required for the assessment and analysis of data. Normal assessment findings in the adult as well as selected abnormal findings studied.
Two hour lab each week. NURS - Basic Dosage Calculation 1 credit hour Previews basic math calculations as they relate to computing doses of medication in all forms. Introduces basic medication administration concepts.
Knowledge and responsibility necessary for the assessment and monitoring of clients receiving pharmacotherapeutics. Introduces nursing care concepts necessary to support basic care of clients across the lifespan; foundation for subsequent nursing courses.
Nursing practice applied in laboratory and clinical settings. Six hours laboratory per week for duration of course. Provides students with experience communicating and providing care to a variety of patients experiencing mental health issues.
Opportunity for students to learn theoretical concepts relating to mental health and psychiatric nursing. Interpersonal and group communication, psychopathology, and legal and ethical issues explored.
Methods used in providing nursing care for clients with alterations in mental health presented. Interdisciplinary health care team and its function in the psychiatric setting explored. Four hours laboratory per week for duration of course. Professional nursing care in a variety of settings for the adult client with simple and chronic health problems.
Applying the nursing process in a clinical setting with the adult client experiencing acute and chronic health deviations. Incorporates the nursing process and critical thinking skills into the professional nursing care of the childbearing female and the family.
Focuses on health promotion, prevention, and adaptation for the childbearing client. Nursing process for applying the clinical application and principles of nursing and family theory to childbearing families.
Focuses on health promotion, prevention, and adaptation for childbearing families. Focuses on the normal aging process and related health care issues from an interdisciplinary perspective. Incorporates concepts of health promotion, prevention, and adaptation for those who are aging and their families.
Incorporates the nursing process and critical thinking skills into the professional nursing care of the adult client experiencing complex, multi-system illness, failure, and trauma.
Opportunities for the nursing student to combine acquired knowledge from previous nursing courses and courses from other disciplines with new phenomena encountered in a variety of high acuity care settings.
Opportunity for nursing students to integrate didactic and empirical knowledge and skills for clients with critical needs into the acute care setting.
Understanding of complex, multi-system illness, failure, and trauma in providing nursing care. Opportunity for students to learn theoretical concepts and epidemiological principles related to health promotion and preventive services.
Primary, secondary, and tertiary levels of prevention covered. Focuses on the work of an interdisciplinary health care team and concepts of nursing and public health when working with the individual, family, group, and community as client.
Introduces students to clinical competencies and attributes required for the provision of care to clients and families with a community focus.
Primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention explored along with the use of local, state, and federal resources. Explores the role of the professional nurse by utilizing systematic inquiry and analysis for problem solving and supporting evidence based practice for positive patient outcomes.
Opportunity for students to examine and evaluate theoretical concepts relating to leadership and management in nursing.Reasoning in nursing involves eight elements of thought. Critical thinking involves trying to figure out something; a problem, an issue, the .
Easing the path to a B.S.N. MTSU and Columbia State Community College have made it easier for nursing students with associate's degrees to upgrade to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Critical thinking is a term that we hear a lot, but many people don't really stop to think about what it means or how to use it.
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Critical thinking is a term that we hear a lot, but many people don't really stop to think about what it means or how to use it. This lesson will tell you exactly what it means and make you.
Critical thinking is the objective analysis of facts to form a judgment. The subject is complex, and several different definitions exist, which generally include the rational, skeptical, unbiased analysis, or evaluation of factual initiativeblog.comal thinking is self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking.
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