Maria Aparecida Xavier Moreira da Silva
University of Mogi das Cruzes, Brazil
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Nurs Care
The clinical judgment in nursing is one of the skills of nurses and is connected to the act of judging the care needs of each individual and the act of preparing the care planning to be held to the patient, so that it can meet their needs and expectations. Developing the ability of this trial has been a great challenge for both higher education institutions and continuing education services of health institutions because the responsibilities before this process of teaching and learning should be shared not only by teachers but also by nurses of service health and even by the student during the undergraduate course. This is a study of descriptive, exploratory, quantitative and qualitative approach that was carried out with 30 nurses working in the city of Mogi das Cruzes, with the main objective of "Identifying the strategies used for the development of competencies and skills related to process clinical judgment in nursing". Research has shown that it is necessary to change the teaching and learning scenario in the context of nursing education, because in addition to training professionals with skills and technical skills, it is necessary to develop these skills and behavioral skills for greater commitment, emotion, ability to relate and keep up to date, enabling it to be lead with security, better organization of work, better planning of actions and use of the necessary tools and technologies for the conduct of the clinical trial and thus promoting qualified nursing care.
Maria Aparecida Xavier Moreira da Silva graduated from the University of Mogi das Cruzes. He received his Post-graduate degree in Hospital Administration from the University of Ribeirão Preto and Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Mogi das Cruzes, where he works as a Professor at the Graduate Program in semiology courses in nursing, nursing administration and perioperative nursing, and the Graduate Course in Health Management in the Hospital Hospitality disciplines.
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