How to use CRC and Reflection in clinical decision making

How to use CRC and Reflection in clinical decision making

1.Reflect on their clinical learning experience in journal entries:

2.Assess specific and related nursing problems using knowledge gained in theoretical studies; (1), (4)

3.Plan comprehensive nursing care, specific to patients/clients; (3), (4), (5), (6)

4.Evaluate the effectiveness of planned nursing care programmes; (4), (5)

5.Interpret the significance of nursing observations with the view to take necessary actions to prevent further complications; (4), (5)

6.Assist in meeting the educational needs of the patients, families and significant others and colleagues by applying the principles of teaching and learning; (1), (2), (4)

7.Participate as an active member of the multidisciplinary team to assist each patient to achieve maximal independence; (3), (6)

8.Develop clinical decision-making and advanced skills in the management of individuals with health conditions or disorders; (1)

9.Develop competence and excellence in nursing practice; (1), (8)

Overview Of The Unit

How to use CRC and Reflection in clinical decision making

How to write a reflective journal

Why reflection? Advantages and challenges

Choose a topic for clinical project

6Cs in nursing practice

Codes of conduct and nursing standards and clinical decision making

Literature analysis and synthesis in clinical project

Questions and answers about assessment 2, E-poster

How to formulate a clinical problem, mapping, analysing and synthesising a project plan

Unit Learning Outcomes

After satisfactorily completing this unit students will have gained the ability to:

  • Identify nursing interventions related to common laboratory and diagnostic tests used in the diagnosis and management of acute to chronic conditions; (1), (4), (5)
  • Identify appropriate nursing assessments and interventions related to medications and treatments for medical-surgical disorders; (4), (5)
  • Distinguish various illnesses or surgeries occurring in the lifespan; (2), (5)
  • Devise an individualized nursing care plan for the patient with acute, chronic, aged and community issues or problems; (4), (5), (6)
  • Promote the team concept in meeting patients’ specific needs in the acute, surgical, chronic or rehabilitation phases of illness and/or disability; (3), (6)
  • Increase and enhance awareness of the importance of the family unit in acute, chronic, aged and community nursing practice; (7)
  • Increase the awareness of providing accuracy and quality of nursing decisions and (4)
  • Develop expertise, competence and excellence in medical-surgical nursing practice.

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