Clinical Reasoning: Instrument for Clinical Decisions of Nursing Students in the Care Process
Keywords:Nursing; Education, Nursing; Thinking; Teaching., Nursing, Education, Thinking, Teaching.
Objective: Report the experience of the Nursing graduation students regarding the high technological density services, implying the clinical reasoning practice as a tool in the care process.
Method: It is a descriptive study of the type: experience report of nursing students from a public University, located on Northeast of Brazil, focusing the practical activities accomplished during the period from May, 23 to June, 13 of 2016.
Results: The experience provided relevant results for the nursing students during the practical activities, being structured on the following axes: work process of the nurse; developed activities; and practical formation.
Conclusion: The experience lived by the nursing students was marked as a tool that widen and sizes about the several abilities and skills that the nursing professional must have. And the practice of clinical reasoning directs to nursing actions and interventions more and more safe and scientific.
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