Intuition: An important tool in the practice of nursing

  title={Intuition: An important tool in the practice of nursing},
  author={Aysel Ozsaban Nuray Turan Hatice Kaya and Gulsun Ozdemir Aydn},
Intuition is a quality that nurses have traditionally valued, but nowadays evidence-based research climate is often denigrated. Because it is difficult to investigate and quantify, intuition has tended to be seen as unreliable, unscientific and unsuitable for nursing practice. However, intuition, like caring, cannot be subjected to measurement and should not be overlooked as an important tool. Intuition is identified as a useful tool that needs to be recognized in nursing. At the same time… CONTINUE READING

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