Critical thinking in nursing is an important skill emphasized by most experts on nursing education. Here is a simple definition of critical thinking:. Critical thinking is the ability to identify a problem, raise questions, assemble evidence to support potential solutions, determine the best solution, and plan and communicate effective steps to take to implement that solution. It also includes the ability to look back at that process and evaluate whether or not the plan of action was effective in bringing about an appropriate outcome.
Nurses do gain a lot of knowledge during their practical days in nursing schools. However, those skilled alone will not get a nurse to go far; they need to have the ability to think critically and make a rational decisions. Being a nurse, I believe that the ability to thinking critically is indeed crucial.
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