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Concept care mapping & Nursing process (PowerPoint 4 & 5, Exam 1)
12 questions on exam 1
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Diagram of your ideas about patient problems and treatments
What are concept maps?
-enhance critical thinking skills
-enhance clinical reasoning
What does developing concept maps do for a student?
allows the caregiver to visualize priorities and identify relationships in clinical patient data clearly and succinctly
What do concept care maps allow the caregiver to do?
After the data is fully collected both objective and subjective
When do you start a concept care map?
-organize patient data
-analyze relationships in data
-build on previous knowledge
-identify information that is not understood
-take a holistic view of the patients situation
What are concept care maps used for?
What are 3 other names for concept maps?
Develop a basic skeleton diagram of why your patient needs healthcare
write the reason your patient is seeking care and the primary medical diagnosis in the middle of the template
What is step 1 of making a concept map?
List the problems identified based on nursing assessment and gathering data
What is step 2 in making a concept care map?
Analyze and categorize the data
add supportive data
What is step 3 in making a concept care map?
Determine the key assessments that still need to be done regarding the primary reason for care
Determine the key assessments needed for each box surrounding the center
What is step 4 in making a concept care map?
Label problems with a NADA label
prioritize the nursing diagnosis labels
What is step 5 in making a concept care map?
Identify relationships between the NANDA labels
What is step 6 in making a concept care map?
What is maslows hierarchy of needs from most to least important?
Where is pain on maslows hierarchy of needs?
If you have multiple problems under physiological how should you prioritize them?
Methods of caring that provides a framework for nursing practice
What is the nursing process?
The nursing process is....
Promotes consistency and optimal communication among nurses
What does the nursing process promote?
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
Who requires that care be documented according to the nursing process?
National League for Nursing
Who recommends that educational programs incorporate the nursing process as their intellectual process?
State Board Examinations for professional nursing practice
Who uses the nursing process as the organizing concept for the NCLEX exam?
-Target desired outcomes for particular illnesses, procedures, or conditions
-Prescribe accompanying multidisciplinary staff actions
-Provide a timeline for when outcomes should be met; actions should be implemented
What do critical pathways/protocols do?
What are the steps of the nursing process?
It is systematic and continuous and is where you gather data both subjective and objective
What is the assessment phase of the nursing process?
This is where you draw conclusions based on your own assessment data
What is the diagnosis phase of the nursing process?
Identification of goals with outcomes and nursing interventions
What is the planning phase of the nursing process?
Nurse and patient mutually identify goals with expected outcomes AND agree on nursing interventions necessary to meet these outcomes
Who identifies the goals and outcomes during the planning phase?
Nurse implements the plan of care, adapting it to each individual and documents nursing actions and patient responses
(nurse preforms the interventions)
What is the implementation phase of the nursing process?
Nurse and patient evaluate the effectiveness of the plan based on achievement of goals and outcomes
Nurse and patient determine if the plan should be continued, modified, or terminated
What is the Evaluation phase of the nursing process?
Problem statement (NANDA LABEL) r/t Etiology AEB validators or S/S (directly from nurse database preferably one objective and one subjective)
What are the 3 parts of creating a nursing diagnosis label?
-Something that is seen in the patient not something the nurse did
-How will you know the problem is resolved?
-When should it be achieved by?
What are things you need when writing a goal/outcome?
Address either the problem statement or the Etiology
What is the target of the outcomes?
-Assessment (What data would support?)
-Cognitive (What should he know?)
-Psychomotor/action (What should he do?)
-Affective (How will he feel about it?)
What are the 4 types of goals/outcomes?
Nursing actions directed at the resolution of the goal
What are nursing interventions?
Your Scope of practice
What must you keep in mind when writing nursing interventions?
When writing interventions use ______ verbs not _____ verbs.
What are the 3 categories of interventions?
-Evaluate the GOAL
-Address each outcome criteria
-Must address patients progress towards the goal
What do you do in the evaluation phase of the nursing process?
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