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THE CLINICAL DECISION-MAKING PROCESS The various phases that comprise the clinical decision-making process are not linear, but inform and may be informed by one another.
What is considered rational may assume different meanings for different people based on their worldview, decision-making style, cultural orientation and life circumstances.
The careers and career decision-making of today's teenagers will likely not resemble that of their teachers or parents.
Recapture intuition as a factor in decision-making, fostering dialogue, debate and discovery to develop meaningful scenarios, create practical action plans and identify the first signs of flawed decision-making.
At the conference, government speakers addressed this question, in part, by emphasizing "place-based" decision-making as a key component of the new "strategic systems" approach, again, especially in the context of implementing the "Water for Life" strategy.
One often-neglected strategy to aid these youth to become full participants is to teach them cognitive decision-making skills (Blackorby & Wager, 1996; Destefano & Wagner, 1993; Wehmeyer, 1993).
Ultimately, he maintains that "thin slicing" is a valuable skill that is not only superior to other methods of decision-making, but one that can be improved.
Decision-making incapacity characterized 50 patients, or 31 percent of those interviewed.
1) Such innovations invite new decision-making strategies.
The wide variations in FGC and in other forms of family group decision-making (FGDM) may be decried as representing compromises of core principles that undergird the model.
Because of the differences between expert decision makers and novices, how might technology and, in particular, simulation technology, be employed to enhance decision-making capabilities?
Faced with tough, real-time strategic and operations issues along with increasing scrutiny by regulators and investors, corporate leadership overall and chief financial officers in particular have less margin for error in their decision-making than ever before.
How, then, does this model support Xiang's view that from within her cultural framework, collaboration in the form of "full participation in the decision-making process" simply does not make sense from her cultural standpoint?
Objective: To examine the effect of self-related factors, including self-regulation, self-esteem and self-efficacy, on decision-making styles of early adults.
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