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What is the difference between common sense and practical wisdom in health care? What are some emerging models and roles for health care providers and how do these new models and roles underscore the new need understand how to use common sense or practical wisdom in decision making?

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What is the difference between common sense and practical wisdom in health care? What are some emerging models and roles for health care providers and how do these new models and roles underscore the new need understand how to use common sense or practical wisdom in decision making?

Often practical wisdom is synonymous with critical thinking. A person is able to think through difficult situations and come up with different answers that may fit the setting. Critical thinking is a process of being able to find think of several ways to approach a setting and "think outside the box" (Moody, 2011, p316). When a person is said to have common sense they are able to use a lot of their ...

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