Do nurses reason ‘adaptively’ in time limited situations: the findings of a descriptive regression analysis

@inproceedings{Yang2014DoNR,
  title={Do nurses reason ‘adaptively’ in time limited situations: the findings of a descriptive regression analysis},
  author={Huiqin Yang and Carl Thompson and Martin Bland},
  booktitle={BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making},
  year={2014}
}
BackgroundTime pressure is common in acute healthcare and significantly influences clinical judgement and decision making. Despite nurses’ judgements being studied since the 1960s, the empirical picture of how time pressure impacts on nurses’ judgement strategies and outcomes remain undeveloped. This paper aims to assess alterations in nurses’ judgement strategies and outcomes under time pressure in a simulated acute care setting.MethodsIn a simulated acute care environment, ninety-seven nurses… CONTINUE READING
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