I got this great book to help me make care plans
in nursing school. It's called Nursing Diagnosis Handbook
: A Guide to Planning Care (6th Ed.). It's not really a handbook, it's pretty big. You look up the "Problem" that you have - in this case, Jaundice - and it gives you a list of potential nursing diagnoses that may apply. Then you can look up those nursing diagnoses in the planning care section, and it makes a general care plan that you can individualize for your patient.
That book has helped me to make many a care-plan. It's by Mosby. Maybe your unit manager might be interested in buying one for nurses to have access to?
Oh, and for jaundice, it suggests:
1) Disturbed thought processes related to toxic blood metabolites.
2) Impaired comfort: pruritis related to toxix metabolites excreted in the skin.
3) Risk for impaired skin integrity related to pruritis, itching.
Hope that helps! Good luck!