Care plans- student nursing - page 9
Hi All, How have you been doing with Care Plans? Want to share any comments or opinions? Thanks, Marie:)... Read More
Mar 3, '07Quote from kittywsounds greatWonder if we could have a tread where we post parts of our careplans for others?? I know we all do them in different formats but it might be nice to have a reference type of thread.
Whatcha think fellow students?
May 3, '07This is day 3 before my Nursing final and I'm still revising final paperwork before grades. I can use the help onyou still have on your computer.
May 4, '07upnosalt. . .let me point out--again--that this is an old thread that was started in 2002, 5 years ago! i have gone through and read every single post on this thread. let me re-direct you and any others reading this to constructive and practical care plan information on how to write a care plan on these two more recent threads on the student forums of allnurses:
- http://allnurses.com/forums/f205/des...ns-170689.html - desperately need help with careplans (in nursing student assistance forum)
- http://allnurses.com/forums/f50/care...-121128-7.html - careplans help please! (with the r\t and aeb) (in general nursing student discussion forum)
http://www.rncentral.com/careplans/contents.html - from rn central's care plan corner. here are care plans for 49 basic nursing problems. also includes a template for a blank form you can print out. each care plan gives you the language needed to write the nursing diagnosis statement, suggestions for outcomes, and nursing interventions for that particular problem.
http://www.childbirths.com/euniversi...are%20plan.htm - two sample care plans from e-university. one on fluid volume excess and the other on risk for potential injury (aspiration). both include objective and subjective assessment data, outcomes, nursing interventions, rationale and evaluation.
http://www-isu.indstate.edu/mary/carep.htm - sample care plan for potential for injury (aspiration)
http://www-isu.indstate.edu/mary/carep2.htm - sample care plan for fluid volume excess
http://listserv.acsu.buffalo.edu/archives/carepl-l.html - this is an archive of student nursing care plans at the state university of new york, buffalo. you will need to check out the links to the various care plans to find out what each care plan is about as they are not given in the links.
http://www.cnsonline.org/www/archive/ms/ms-07.txt - sample care plan for an ms patient
the following links to case scenarios show you, in steps, how to develop a nursing care plan using nanda languages. they are learning activities for the nurses working for a facility owned by the university of michigan. in these scenarios the nurses are directed to choose nursing diagnoses, noc outcomes and nic interventions (this is all terminology that nanda uses). unfortunately, no answers are provided. however, you can see how the process is supposed to flow from one step to the next and some of the critical thinking that goes into the making of the care plan.
http://www.med.umich.edu/nursing/snl/cs2.pdf - this is a adult surgical care planning case study activity
http://www.med.umich.edu/nursing/snl/cs3.pdf - this is an adult icu care planning case study activity
http://www.med.umich.edu/nursing/snl/cs4.pdf - this is a pediatric care planning case study activity
http://www.med.umich.edu/nursing/snl/cs5.pdf - this is a pediatric icu care planning case study activity
http://www.med.umich.edu/nursing/snl/cs6.pdf - this is a prenatal care planning case study activity
http://www.med.umich.edu/nursing/snl/cs7.pdf - this is a psychiatric care planning case study activity
http://www.med.umich.edu/nursing/snl/cs8.pdf - this is an ambulatory patient care planning case study activity