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Nursing diagnosis reference manual

Published on Dec 12, 2013
Sheila Sparks Ralph1
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Cynthia M. Taylor1
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Contributors Preface The Nursing Process Nursing Diagnoses and Critical Pathways Part 1: Adult Health Part 2: Adolescent Health Part 3: Child Health Part 4: Maternal-Neonatal Health Part 5: Geriatric Health Part 6: Community-based Health Part 7: Psychiatric and Mental Health Appendices: Selected Nursing Diagnoses by Medical Diagnosis Gordon's Functional Health Patterns NANDA International Index
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Introduction: Nursing process, as a scientific method of nursing practice, is an important tool for putting nursing knowledge into practice which increases the quality of nursing care. The study was aimed to determine the opinions of nursing students regarding the nursing process and their levels of proficiency. Methods: A total of 44 nursing students participated in this descriptive study. Data were collected by a three-part questionnaire including the opinion of students on nursing process, Go...
Sandy L. Carollo1
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The pedagogy of democratic citizenship necessitates understanding the importance of active listening. The result of globalization and rapid progress has deafened people. We do not hear each other and this has resulted in failure to recognize the impact of actions on our environment, community, and individuals. It is essential that servant-leaders or individuals who are rooted in service look beyond dialogue to impact social change. Active listening provides a bridge to enhance communication, str...
Published on Oct 1, 2010in International Journal of Nursing Studies3.57
Andreas Charalambous16
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(CUT: Cyprus University of Technology)
Abstract Background The increased reference to hermeneutics from nursing scientists, researchers and academics has emphasized that interpretation has traditionally been a fundamental part of nursing practice. In nursing research a propensity for acquiring knowledge and understanding by using, multiple modalities has been demonstrated. In recent years, the use of hermeneutic phenomenology, has featured amongst these modalities. Hermeneutic phenomenology is an inquiry arm of, philosophical hermene...
Published on Mar 1, 2005in Acta Paulista De Enfermagem0.63
Ana Cristina Freitas de Vilhena Abrão7
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(UNIFESP: Federal University of São Paulo),
Maria Gaby Rivero de Gutiérrez11
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(UNIFESP: Federal University of São Paulo),
Heimar de Fátima Marin16
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(UNIFESP: Federal University of São Paulo)
Studies conducted in validation of nursing diagnoses are very useful to the clinical practice. They can precisely establish the patient problems addressing the nursing procedures and the quality of nursing interventions delivered to the patient. The aim of the study was to identify and validate on clinical setting the defining characteristics of the ineffective breastfeeding nursing diagnosis according to North American Nursing Diagnosis Association.This is an analytical descriptive study wich w...
Published on Dec 1, 2003
Assumpta Rigol (University of Barcelona), Anna Bastidas2
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(University of Barcelona)
Published on Jan 1, 1999
Peggy L. Parks12
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Elizabeth R. Lenz12
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Renee A. Milligan17
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Peggy L. Parks12
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Elizabeth R. Lenz12
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(Columbia University)
+ 1 AuthorsHae Ra Han29
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(UMD: University of Maryland, College Park)
Objective To understand the consequences when mothers experience fatigue throughout the first 18months after birth. Design Secondary analysis of data from a longitudinal study. Fatigue was measured five times between birth and 18months after delivery. Setting Data for the longitudinal study were collected in different settings (hospital, telephone, and homes). Participants White mothers who delivered full-term neonates of normal birth weight in a community hospital (N = 229). Main Outcome Measur...
Published on Jan 1, 1998in Nursing Outlook2.54
Dorothy R. Hill1
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(ISMMS: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai),
Henry N. Stickell4
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(ISMMS: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai)
N ursing Outlook readers who are interested in developing collections of nursing books and journals need no introduction to the list of 355 books and 84 journals that follows the Brandon/ Hill list. More than 18 years have elapsed since Alfred N. Brandon and I published the first "Selected List of Nursing Books and Journals" in Nursing Outlook in 1979.1 The positive response over the years by both nurses and librarians has been overwhe lming . We have been genu ine ly pleased that our work has b...
Published on Apr 1, 1997in Advances in Renal Replacement Therapy
Lucille S. Lobley (UCSF: University of California, San Francisco)
As part of the multidisciplinary end-stage renal disease (ESRD) health care team, nephrology nurses assess, diagnose, plan, implement, and evaluate nursing care for hemodialysis clients. As the team member with the most consistent contact with the client, registered nurses not only practice within their own unique domain but also refer to medical, nutritional, and social work staff. Use of the taxonomy of nursing diagnosis provides a framework for nurses to identify client problems and risk fact...