An overview of decision making in veterinary nursing

Updated: Dec 5, 2019

Find out more in the recent paper in The Veterinary Nurse



Abstract


Decision making takes place in all aspects of veterinary care. Throughout any consultation, work up, hospitalisation or ongoing home care, decisions need to be made about the next step to be taken. Clinical decision making is influenced by many different factors including past experience, emotions, owner wishes, financial concerns and communication skills. Within the veterinary team, it is important that everyone understands the factors influencing decisions. Decision making can follow a paternalistic, guardian or shared approach, which tends to be dominant in veterinary practice. Where practices adopt standard operating procedures, the use of clinical evidence and clear non-biased decisions need to be made.


FInd out more here: https://doi.org/10.12968/vetn.2019.10.9.460







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