NUR1010, Nursing Process: Implementation and Evaluation

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  1. Implementation is
    the action phase of the nursing process,

    perform or delegate planed intervention

    document nursing action into chart

    evaluation of client response
  2. why is evaluation important
    • patient is nurse's first priority
    • helps to conserve resources
    • requirement of prof. standards
    • ANA codes of ethics
    • Joint comission
    • helps ensure nursing's survival
    • demonstrates caring and responsibility
    • QSEN
  3. how are standards used in evaluation
    • choose in advance which criteria are used for measurement
    • standars
    • reliable and valid data
  4. types of evaluation
    • structure evaluation
    • process evaluation
    • outcome evaluation
    • ongoing, intermittend and terminal evaluation
    • terminal evaluation
  5. reassessment
    always focused assessment
  6. evaluative statement should include
    • was goal achieved
    • reassessment data supporting conclusion

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