Developing Critical Thinking Skills in Senior Living Teams
Recorded: March 14, 2018
Presenter: Michelle Kinneer, RN, MSN, JD, CPHRM, CHPC, CHC
Description: Errors in clinical judgment is one of the top contributing factors to resident injury and malpractice claims in senior living and skilled nursing settings. Clinical judgment is the result of combined critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills and aid care team members in interpreting resident situations and responding appropriately. You can teach, develop and foster critical thinking skills in your health care team members. This webinar will outline how to develop a culture of critical thinking in your organization.
- Understand that errors in clinical judgment is one of the top contributing factors to resident injury and malpractice claims in senior living and skilled nursing settings.
- Identify steps to develop a culture of critical thinking in your organization.
- Employ scenario-based learning using case examples and root cause analysis learnings to teach and develop critical thinking skills.
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