A Power in Clinical Nursing Practice: Concept Analysis on Nursing Intuition

Robert, Ruth R.; Tilley, Donna Scott; Petersen, Sandra
September 2014
MEDSURG Nursing;Sep/Oct2014, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p343
Academic Journal
Growing evidence suggests intuition in nursing is an important part of effective clinical decision making that supports safe patient care. In this article, the concept of intuition as it relates to decision-making processes among novice nurses is analyzed.


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