Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice

Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice

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qThe knowledge and skills of critical thinking, evidence-based practice, problem solving, judgment, and decision making are essential to effectively serve clients in all types of clinical practices. This book teaches clinicians and students how to avoid fallacies and biases in thinking as well as the skills to make well-informed, ethical decisions. Grounded in the belief that clinical decision making is a challenging process that can be improved by honing the skills integral to evidence-based practice, this book explores common sources of error and provides psychologists, counselors, social workers, and allied health professionals practical guidance with decision aids and applications of critical thinking skills to clinical decision makingq--Provided by publisher.... or justifies the connection between data (D) and claim (C) by appealing to a rule of inference, such as an operational definition, a practical standard, or an analogy. ... Colloquially speaking: C answers the questions a€œWhat are you saying ?

Title:Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice
Author: Eileen Gambrill
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2012-05-01

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