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The Growth Mindset is a conceptual framework based on the belief that each individual’s capacity and potential can change at any time. Positive changes can be induced by the process of self-learning and self-training to address problems constructively and to concentrate more on the process than on the product. Such development plays an important part in enabling registered nurses to adjust to and keep abreast with current changes.
This article focuses on building a knowledge and understanding of the Growth Mindset and how it can contribute to registered nurses’ professional development. The article also offers an exchange of academic fndings and empirical evidence, both of which are applicable to the patient care process, along with feedback between healthcare teams. The scope of this article covers the conceptual framework of the Growth Mindset, its signifcance to registered nurses’ professional development in the Thailand 4.0 Reformation, its further development, and its developmental application to the nursing profession.
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