In delivering patient-centered care, nurses also assist the patient and significant others with their own critical thinking skills to achieve health literacy. Consider the following seven critical thinking skills (University of Michigan, n.d.): Analyzing Applying standards Discriminating Information seeking Logical reasoning Predicting Transforming knowledge Complete the following: Identify the 2 critical thinking skills that you believe are most important to be used by patients and their significant others when diagnosed with a critical acute illness. Support your reason for selecting these skills. Provide an example from your clinical practice that would describe your rationale of the behaviors that a patient or significant other may exhibit when using those critical thinking skills.
Subject: Public Health