Use of a think-aloud procedure to explore the relationship between clinical reasoning and solution-focused training in self-harm for emergency nurses

@inproceedings{Author2017UseOA,
  title={Use of a think-aloud procedure to explore the relationship between clinical reasoning and solution-focused training in self-harm for emergency nurses},
  author={Author},
  year={2017}
}
Self-harm is a risk factor for further episodes of self-harm and suicide. The most common service used by self-injurers is the emergency department. However, very often, nurses have received no special training to identify and address the needs of these patients. In addition this care context is typically bio-medical and without psychosocial skills, nurses can tend to feel unprepared and lacking in confidence, particularly on the issue of selfharm. In a study that aimed to improve understanding… CONTINUE READING