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Fundamentals of Nursing Taylor Ch 16
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the evaluation of nursing care and patient outcomes while the patient is receiving care, conducted by using direct observation of nursing care, patient interviews and chart review to determine whether the specified evaluative criteria are met.
specified behavior, for example, the measurable criteria in a patient goal specifies how the patient must perform the desired behavior.
measurement to the extent to which the patient has achieved the goals specified in the plan of care, factors that positively or negatively influence goal achievement are identified, and the plan of care is terminated or revised.
nursing care provided that is supported by sound scientific rationale.
method of evaluating the outcomes of nursing care of the process by which these outcomes are achieved using a review of patient records.
evaluation that focuses on measurable changes in the health status of the patient or the end results of nursing care.
evaluation at the closest point to the patient and an ongoing tool to use for professional growth.
commitment to healthier patients, quality care, reduced cost, and making a difference, accomplished by discovering a problem, planning a strategy, implementing a change and assessing the change to see if the goal is met.
evaluation focusing on the nature and sequence of activities carried out by nurses implementing the nursing process.
ongoing evaluation programs designed and implemented to secure the excellence of healthcare, may involve an assessment of structure, process and outcome standards.
the commitment and approach used to continuously improve every process in every part of an organization, with the intent of meeting and exceeding customer expectations, and outcomes.
evaluation of nursing care and patient outcomes after the patient has been discharged using post discharge questionnaires patient interviews, or chart review to collect data.
rules or guidelines that allow nurses to carry out professional roles, serving as protection for the nurse, the patient and the institution where healthcare is given.
focuses on the environment in which care is provided.
Evaluating achievement of outcomes/goals
- Guides nurse-patient interactions
- Measures patient outcome achievement
- Highlights positive and negative factors affecting achievement
- Directs nursing modifications of the POC, if necessary
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