Nursing roles - the nursing process

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  1. 5 STEPS OF THE NURSING PROCESS
    • A - ASSESSMENT
    • D - DIAGNOSIS
    • P - PROBLEM
    • I - INTERVENTIONS
    • E - EVALUATION
  2. THE NURSING PROCESS DEFINITION
    AN ORGANIZING FRAMEWORK FOR PROFESSIONAL NURSING PRACTICE.
  3. ASSESSMENT
    COLLECTING DATA ABOUT THE CLIENT USING PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT AND INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES

    ASK PATIENT AND FAMILY QUESTIONS
  4. 2 TYPES OF SYMPTOMS
    SUBJECTIVE - INFORMATION STATED BY THE PATIENT

    OBJECTIVE - INFORMATION SEEN BY THE NURSING, VITAL SIGNS, ASSESSMENT RESULTS, OR LAB RESULTS (OBSERVABLE & MEASUREABLE)
  5. DIAGNOSIS
    USING CLIENT DATA AND CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS TO IDENTIFY AND VALIDATE AN APPROPRIATE NURSING DIAGNOSIS
  6. NANDA
    NORTH AMERICAN NURSING DIAGNOSIS ASSOCIATION
  7. 3 SECTIONS OF NURSING DIAGNOSIS
    • P  PROBLEM - NANDA-1
    • E  ETIOLOGY - RELATED TO
    • S  SYMPTOMS - SYMPTOMS THAT THE NURSE      IDENTIFIED IN THE ASSESSMENT
  8. AEB
    AS EVIDENCED BY - WHAT THE NURSE SEES IN HER ASSESSMENT
  9. PLANNING
    WRITING MEASURABLE CLIENT OUTCOMES AND INTERVENTIONS TO ACCOMPLISH OUTCOMES BASED ON EVIDENCE
  10. PLANNING - OUTCOMES
    • SMART
    • SPECIFIC
    • MEASURABLE
    • ATTAINABLE
    • REALISTIC
    • TIMED
  11. MAKING A DIAGNOSIS
    • WITH RELATED FACTORS AND DEFINING CHARACTERISTICS
    • CAN HAVE MORE THAN ONE DIAGNOSIS

    CANNOT BE A MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS
  12. PLANNING - NOC
    NURSING OUTCOMES CLASSIFICATION
  13. INTERVENTIONS IN PLANNING
    • NURSE INITIATED
    • PHYSICIAN INITIATED
    • COLLABORATIVE
  14. IMPLEMENTATION
    INITIATING THE ACTUAL CARE PLAN AND PERFORMING THE INTERVENTIONS
  15. IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS
    OAR I CRI

    ORGANIZING RESOURCES AND CARE DELIVERY

    ANTICIPATING AND PREVENTING COMPLICATIONS

    REASSESSING THE CLIENT

    IDENTIFYING AREAS OF ASSISTANCE

    CLIENT

    REVIEWING & REVISING THE EXISTING NURSING CARE PLAN

    IMPLEMENTING NURSING INTERVENTION

  16. EVALUATION
    EVALUATING IF OUTCOMES MET AND APPROPRIATENESS OF THE INTERVENTIONS TO MEET CLIENT NEEDS
  17. DEGREE OF GOAL ATTAINMENT
    • MET
    • PARTIALLY MET
    • NOT MET
  18. ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION ARE WHAT
    CONTINUOUS DURING THE NURSING PROCESS
  19. WHAT IS THE FIRST STEP IN THE NURSING PROCESS
    ASSESSMENT
  20. WHAT IS INVOLVED IN THE PROBLEM SOLVING PROCESS
  21. WHAT HAPPENS IN THE FIRST STEPS OF THE NURSING PROCESS
  22. WHAT HAPPENS IN THE PROBLEM SOLVING PROCESS
  23. WHAT ASSIST THE NURSE IN IDENTIFICATION OF NURSING DIAGNOSIS
    SYMPTOMS - SUBJECTIVE, OBJECTIVE
  24. PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR ANALYZING AND INTERPRETING DATA TO WRITE IN A NURSING DIAGNOSIS
    THE NURSE
  25. ASSESSMENT CONSIST OF
    HEAD TO TOE ASSESSMENT (PATIENT AS A WHOLE)
  26. WHAT METHODS ARE USED TO COLLECT DATA
    • PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT
    • DIAGNOSTIC TEST RESULTS
  27. MASLOWS HIERARCHY OF NEEDS
    • SELF ACTUALIZATION
    • SELF ESTEEM, ESTEEM OF OTHERS
    • LOVE AND BELONGING
    • SAFETY AND SECURITY
    • PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS

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