Nursing Process in Nursing Practice

Nursing Process in Nursing Practice 150 150 Tony Guo

Nursing Process in Nursing Practice

  • Phases of Nursing Process
    • Assessment
      • Subjective data
      • Objective data
    • Diagnosis
      • Data analysis
      • Problem identification (Activity intolerance)
      • Nursing diagnosis label- NANDA-1
    • Planning- Outcome/Goal Identification
      • Priorities
      • Nursing care plan
        • Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) – Activity tolerance
        • Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) – Energy management (choosing activity)
    • Implementation – NIC: Energy management (using activity)
      • Nurse-initiated
      • Physician-initiated
      • Collaborative
    • Evaluation – NOC: Activity tolerance
      • Has the outcome met?
      • If not, reevaluate
        • Data
        • Diagnosis
        • Etiologies
        • Outcomes
        • Interventions
  • Continuum of Patient Care
    • Health care settings
    • Transitions of care
    • Patient movement between practitioners, settings, and home
    • Nurses play critical role in care coordination that meets patient‘s needs and facilitates safe, quality care

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