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To comprehend and express the meaning or significance of a wide variety of experiences, situations, data, events, judgements, conventions, beliefs, rules, procedures, or criteria?

Interpretation

TO identify the intended and actual inferential relationships among statements, questions, concepts, descriptions, or other forms of representation intended to express belief, judgement, experiences, reasons, information, or opinions is an example of?

Analysis

Makes full use of a variety of technologies

What abbreviation means "For example"

E.g

What abbreviation specifies and explains?

I.e

Who assigns a DOI?

The international DOI Foundation

Obtaining informed consent from a patient is an example of adhering to the principle of what?

Autonomy

When should a Nitro-Dur patch be effective?

Within an hour

Using a database to gather info about medication is using what component of critical thinking?

Knowledge

Assessing urine output following diuretic administration reflects what nursing action?

Evaluation

Asking questions and taking vitals is what step of the nursing process?

Assessing

What is the primary purpose of validation as part of the assessment?

To plan appropriate nursing care

What does "Charting by exception" mean?

The nurse does not chart expected findings

Asking for a different diet shows what part of critical thinking?

Basic

Please tell us your reasons? What is it that you're claiming? What assumptions can we make? Why do you think that?

Analysis

How credible is that claim? Do we have our facts right? How strong are these arguments?

Evaluation

What is the first level of nursing experience?

Novice

When should double quotation marks be used?

The first time an invented expression is introduced

If a client stops smoking for three months, is the outcome met?

Yes

What cognitive process must the nurse use to measure client achievement of outcomes?

Critical thinking

What does this mean? What's happening? How should we understand that? How can we make sense out of this?

Interpretation

What conclusions can we draw? What can we rule out? What does this imply? What are the consequences of thinking this way?

Inference

How credible is that claim? Do we have our facts right?

Evaluation

What were the specific findings? Please tell us how you conducted that. How did you come to that interpretation? Please take us through your reasoning

Explanation

Our position is too vague. How good was our methodology? Is the a way we can recondite these findings? How good is our evidence?

Self Regulation

To tell the truth?

Veracity

The model used for an ethical dilemma?

MORAL

What does the O stand for?

Outline

When you decide the best decision for the dilemma?

Resolve

What letter is used for implementation?

A

What word means to evaluate the entire implementation phase?

Look

A person's specific beliefs and behaviors?

Morals

Who believes that everyone has an ethical duty?

Kant

What is the acronym for moral courage?

CODE

What is the acronym for cultural sensitivity?

ASK

What does to O in CODE stand for?

Obligation to honor

What do I need to handle my fear?

Danger

What does the E in CODE stand for?

Expression

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