Institute: ONC | Component: 2 | Unit: 6 | Lecture: b | Slide: 22
Institute:Office of National Coordinator (ONC) Workforce Training Curriculum
Component:The Culture of Health Care
Unit:Nursing Care Processes
Lecture:Nursing process including clinical judgment and patient assessment; legal and societal expectations; and roles in improving patient care
Slide content:Nursing Care Processes References Lecture b References American Nurses Association. (2016). The nursing process. Retrieved from Auerbach , D. I., Staiger , D. O., Muench , U., & Buerhaus , P. I. (2013). The nursing workforce in an era of health care reform. New England Journal of Medicine ,368(16), 1470-1472. Retrieved from Ballantyne, H. (2016). Developing nursing care plans. Nursing Standard , 30(26), 51-60 Barker, J., Linsley , P., & Trueman , I. (2016). Clinical Judgement and Decision Making. Evidence-based Practice for Nurses and Healthcare Professionals , 45. Critical Thinking Community . ( 2013). Critical thinking: Where to begin. Retrieved from George, T. P. (2013). How nurses can encourage shared decision making. Nursing2015 ,43(8), 65-66 Kieft , R. A., de Brouwer , B. B., Francke , A. L., & Delnoij , D. M. (2014). How nurses and their work environment affect patient experiences of the quality of care: a qualitative study. BMC health services research ,14(1), 249. Retrieved from Mayo, A. M, & Duncan D. (2004). Nurse perceptions of medication errors: What we need to know for patient safety. Journal of Nursing Care Quarterly ,19(3), 209217. Retrieved from . Nursing (2016). Nursing legal issues: How to protect yourself. Retrieved from 22
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