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  1. hello there! i am a newbie here..i am currently on my second year taking bsn. actually this is my second course (i took ab-economics and graduated with that course 2years ago) and to be honest i am still adjusting to alot of things whether it's about nursing theories or terms or even interventions and diagnosis that i would do..hmmm..i guess its because im scared that i might do a wrong diagnosis and i would not want that to happen!! oh well..hahaha! anyway, im hoping to know you and i am hoping that you'll be there to help me if i have any queries..if you also have questions i'll do my best to help you guys too! god bless everyone!!

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  3. by   Diary/Dairy


    Glad to have you here!
  4. by   Tweety
    Good luck! Welcome!
  5. by   Sabby_NC
    HI to you you and all the very best with the studies
  6. by   Silverdragon102
    Welcome and good luck
  7. by   RainDreamer
    Hi and welcome to allnurses! Good luck to you!
  8. by   Daytonite
    hi, absred16, and welcome to the forums!

    don't be scared. i help a lot of students with nursing diagnosis as care planning is something that i have done for years. i will help you with it too if you run into difficulties with it.

    there is lots of help available to nursing students on the student forums, particularly on the nursing student assistance forum and the general nursing student discussion forum. you can get to them by clicking on the "students" tab at the top of every page of allnurses that you are on. within the sticky threads (the first listings of threads that appear for a forum) is where you will find lots of helpful weblinks to help you in your nursing studies. in particular, and related to care planning and nursing diagnosis are:
    nanda (north american nursing diagnosis association) has written the taxonomy (that's a fancy word for an arrangement or ordering of the nursing diagnoses into some kind of logical groupings). the taxonomy includes a list of all 188 nursing diagnoses, the definition of each, the symptoms of each (so you know you are diagnosing someone correctly) and the related factors (etiologies or underlying causes of these nursing diagnostic problems). it's really all written out for you already. all you need to do is learn how to work with it--and it's not that hard once you get the hang of it.

    see you on the forums!

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