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NRS-430V-Professional Dynamics-W2 Q1 Critical thinking in nursing is defined as the ability to use the nursing process effectively and purposefully to a specific problem, and Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the use of the most recent research findings that changes in patient care policies, and procedures to be able to optimize patients’ outcomes (Brower & Nemec, 2017). Critical thinking is very important in the nursing profession since nurses have to be capable of applying the nursing process and come up with a safe and effective solution to a given problem. Nurses must be able to collect sufficient information about the presented issue, analyze the information, determine a desire outcome and planning before any interventions are made. This is
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