An integrative review of the concealed connection: Nurse educators' critical thinking
Critical thinking is a valued and highly desired skill in nursing practice. Entry to practice competencies emphasize that RNs demonstrate critical thinking and critical inquiry to integrate new and ever-changing knowledge, as well as advances in technology, that affect nursing practice. Nursing graduates require critical thinking skills and dispositions to work effectively in acute, cognitively demanding, and rapidly changing health care systems. As a result, critical thinking is an emphasized outcome of baccalaureate nursing education.
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