Kinds of Clinical Rights Notes - The'five rights of...

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The 'five rights' of clinical reasoning: an educational model to enhance nursing students' ability to identify and manage clinically 'at risk' patients. Background Provides theoretical foundations to authentic patient situations. A sequential, 'step-through' approach requires students to make decisions at critical junctures. Immediate feedback on incorrect decisions is built into the framework; rationales and explanations are provided. Students have access to the best available evidence to support their decisions. Summative assessment includes reflective journaling. Tracking of students' decision making provides a window into how nursing students transform theoretical knowledge into clinical decisions. Aim of the Project collect the right cues for the right patient at the right time take the right action for the right reason Computerized Decision Support Framework Right Cues – acquisition / recall of the appropriate information for the situation.
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