Nursing education strives to facilitate students' critical thinking through the appropriate instructional approaches problem-based learning (pbl) is a student-centered approach to learning which enables the students to work cooperatively in small groups for seeking solutions to situations/problems. The need for critical thinking in nursing has been accentuated in response to the rapidly changing health-care environment nurses must think critically to provide effective care while coping with the expansion in role associated with the complexities of current health-care systems. Critical thinking is the ability to raise discriminating questions in an attempt to search for better ideas, a deeper understanding and better solutions relating to a given issue this systematic review provides a summary of efforts that have been made to enhance and assess critical thinking in medical education.
This literature review will present a history of inquiry into critical thinking and research to support the conclusion that critical thinking is necessary not only in the clinical practice setting, but also as an integral component of nursing-education programmes to promote the development of nurses’ critical-thinking abilities. Design: systematic review data sources: five electronic databases: the british nursing index, cinahl, psycinfo, scopus and ovid medline review methods: the databases were systematically searched to identify studies that discussed the concept of creative thinking in nursing education or reported a strategy that improved students' creative thinking.
Intended to be a critical analysis of evidence supporting, or not supporting, nursing education strategies and learning environments it is important to note that this is an evolving review that will continually change as more research becomes available systematic reviews consider the strength of the evidence for a particular strategy therefore, in this review the levels of evidence, or hierarchies of the studies, are identified. In this context, the aim of this study to identify the strategies used to promote critical thinking during undergraduate education in nursing courses 2 methods this is a systematic review (sr) of literature on interventions used to promote ct during undergraduate education in nursing courses.
Review a systematic review of creative thinking/creativity in nursing education zenobia cy chan⁎ fg421, school of nursing, the hong kong polytechnic university, hung hom, kowloon, hong kong. The systematic review was conducted to provide the available evidence on developing nursing students' critical thinking through pbl the computerized searches from 1990-2006 in cinahl, proquest, cochrane library, pubmed etc were performed.
Objectives: this review aimed to explore how critical thinking is perceived in previous studies of nursing education, and analyse the obstacles and strategies in teaching and learning critical thinking mentioned in these studies design: systematic review data sources: this review was based on the.