Make decisions based on intuition.
Accept one established way to provide care.
Consider what is important in a given situation.
Read and follow the heath care provider's orders.
Administering pain-relief medication according to what was given last shift
Offering pain-relief medication based on the health care provider's orders
Asking the patient what pain-relief methods, pharmacological and nonpharmacological, have worked in the past
Explaining to the patient that self-reporting of severe pain is not consistent with the minor procedure that was performed
Applies clear textbook solutions to patients' problems
Takes immediate action when a patient's condition worsens
Uses only traditional methods of providing care to patients
Formulates standardized care plans solely for groups of patients
Making an ethical clinical decision
Making an informed clinical decision
Making a clinical decision in the patient's best interest
Making a clinical decision based on previous shift assessments
Obtains data in an orderly fashion
Uses an objective approach in patient situations
Improves a plan of care while thinking back on interventions effectiveness
Provides evidence-based explanations and research for care of assigned patients