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Fundamentals of Nursing, ch. 15 Evaluating
Terms in this set (10)
During evaluation, the nurse can:
Terminate the plan of care when each expected outcome is achieved
Modify the plan of care if there are difficulties achieving the outcomes
Continue the plan of care if more time is needed to achieve the outcomes.
Most important act of evaluation
Evaluating outcome achievement with the patient.
1. Evaluative criteria and standards
What you are looking for when you evaluate (developed during the planning step), and the expected patient outcomes.
2. Collecting data
To determined whether these criteria and standards are met.
And summarizing the findings
Continuing, or modifying the plan.
Measurable qualities, attributes, or characteristics that identify skills, knowledge, or health states.
The levels of performance accepted by and expected of nursing staff or other health team members.
Types of outcomes
Cognitive, psychomotor, affective, and physiologic.
Two-part evaluative statement
Includes a decision about how well the outcome was met, along with patient data or behaviors that support this decision.
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