priorities/ goals - page 2
I realized that in most of the ncp, in planning phase are: Nursing Goals and Outcomes. But, in other I saw and nursing priorities. So my question is, why? do they put in the same category... Read More
0Jan 17, '13 by Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN Senior ModeratorIs this your first care plan? I think you said it was.....these are very time consuming. You will get better as you gain experience. You are particularly challenged because of the lack of availability of a good care plan book to you. I think you are doing a great job
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1Jan 17, '13 by fitoreQuote from Esme12Is this your first care plan? I think you said it was.....these are very time consuming. You will get better as you gain experience. You are particularly challenged because of the lack of availability of a good care plan book to you. I think you are doing a great job
No I have done so many ncp before, but never in this "frame". Cos I've told you that our Nursing University has begun working a few yeas ago. Indeed maybe they didn't do ncp in this frame. or they just passed this part of teachings us.
We have done simple NCP, not involving priorities, and outcomes, and never mention Rationale, ore, Evaluate - met, partially met, not met.
And we never did a NCP, interventions of every nursing dg, only the main thing that we the thought is important.
That's why it's taking me a long time to understand.
But, I almost finished, only I must correct writing mistakes and complete putting references.
And another problem is that, in my university we don't have adequate nursing books, all we do is some medical books and some scripts which our teachers have translated from english or german language.
I would like, to have teachers like you who teach a student very well. So it wouldn't be a problem to do a simple plan care of any disease.
All thinks would be different.
0Jan 17, '13 by Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN Senior ModeratorI'm sorry I meant first care plan in this format....it's all good. I'm glad I can help out a fellow nurse to be....and I good nurse I might add...for the circumstances and disadvantages you have to deal with. I think you show amazing insight and initiative to seek out what you need even if it is on the other side of the ocean..((HUGS))
Like the picture of the Kitty.
1Jan 17, '13 by GrnTea, BSN, MSN, RNQuote from fitoreGood list.I tried to use Maslow's hierarchy of needs, and I put nursing diagnosis by using that, I don't know if I've done right. by the way
these are my pt nursing dg:
1.Ineffective cerebral tissue perfusion
2.Ineffective airway clearance
3.Impaired physical mobility
4.Disturbed sensory perception (seeing)
5.Impaired verbal or written communication
7.Knowledge deficient (learning need) regarding condition, prognosis, treatment regimen, self-care, and discharge needs
8.Risk for ineffective airway clearance
9.Risk for skin integrity
10.Risk for injury
0Jan 18, '13 by fitoreA doubt about, during placing nursing dg.
An explanation of establishing an unconscious patient diagnoses
and a consciousness pt.
A the same diagnosis valid?
ex. Disturbed sensory perception (seeing)
is that by Glasgow coma scale and Monitoring pupil size and reactivity. ??Last edit by fitore on Jan 18, '13