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Concepts Prof Nursing

by: Ludwig Sanford

Concepts Prof Nursing NURS 240

Ludwig Sanford
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Susan Owens

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Date Created: 10/12/15
NURS 240 Midterm Study Guide Fall 09 1 Review the steps ofthe nursing process and what is addressed in each step For example be able to recognize what an appropriate intervention or outcome would be if I gave you a scenario Be able to identify appropriate wording for outcomes interventions etc THE STEPS OF THE NIARSING PROCESS ADPIE Assessment diagnosis pLaLming impLementation and evaLuation The purpose is to diagnose and treat human responses to actuaL orpotentiaL heaLth probLems it aLLows the cLient and nurse to agree upon outcomes for better heaLth It is the GARE PLAN ASSESSMENT win Criticai Thinking use sg nthesize reLevant knowLedge recaLL prior experiences appig oriticaL thinking standards and attitudes and use standards of practice to direct the assessment in a meaningfui and purposefui wag i gpes of assasment TEST TIP if the question indicates a concern with Airwag Breathing or Circuiation that is the ANSWER 13393055 566 2 ranking nursing diagnosis or client probiems using motions of urgencg and or importance to estabLish a preferentiai order for nursing actions lqul potentiaLLg Life threatening and require immediate attention INTERMEDIATE probiems that oouLd resuLt in unheaithg consequences but not Life threateni Low can be easiLU resoLved with minimal interventions acPeoted Outcomes specific measura hie and reaListic criteria used to evaLuate goaL achievement Composed of subject verb condition perfowna nce criteria and target time Noc NuRSiNq ou rcoMe CLASSIFICATION Vneasnres effectiveness of cLient interventions Recognition of nurse roie in heaLth care IMPLEMENTATION Ang treatment of direct or indirect care measures the nurse performs using cognitive thinleing interpersonaL sleiLLs and psgchomotor sleiLLs to enhance cLinicaL outcomes NIC NMRSINQ INTERVENTION CLASSIFICATION 5 m y malt identifg evaiuative criteria and standards coLLect data to determine whether the criteria or standards are met L J and findings t findings and ang cLinicaLJ39udgments and terminating continuing or rexising the care yian 2 Review the nursing diagnoses material Be able to differentiate between actual risk and wellness diagnoses as well as collaborativepotential complications Again pay attention to appropriate wording and 3 vs 2 or 1 part statements Know the difference between a medical and nursing diagnosis 2 AQHOS S Also review communication strategies effective vs ineffective therapeutic techniques caring 04 Covuvuuwicatiow is importarvt iv estabiishiwg the heipircg heaiiug reLatiowship verbai am Nouverbai Active Listewiwg shariwg obsewatiows hope huruor erupathg eeiiwgs asteiwg reLeva wt questiows usiwg touch wd siiewce provialiwg im orruatiow summarize paraphrase sei aisciosure arwl com routatiou gt1 rj39 gr asteiwg persowai questiows give persowai optiows chawge the subject give autovuatic respowses aise reassura W06 alefeusive respowses s8 Wt P tlla asteirig or expiarvatioris approvaL or disapprovai passive aggressive respowses arguiwg CARINQ 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THINKINq au active orgauizea ccguitive process useal to ca refuLL exaruihe ohe s thiwleiwg aha the thiwleiwg of others 0 i 39 A 39 it it cowsiolers what is importawt to a situatiow imagiwes awal expiores aiterwatives cowsiolers ethicai practice arwl thew Vua tees im orrueal alecisiows QENERAL sPEotFto ct m mat t cowf wteme Lmtepemteme ahmess MSPOWSLbLtLta Vista tata mg ottscipt me petsevetrame sheathLt cw tos tt LwtegtLta V M Z h ahA39LL Lt rk m 5 fetaJ ctea Y precise speci c accatrate YCLO wt ptaas tbte cowsistewt Logicat ateep btroaat comptete sigm cawt aateqaate 01 purpose am Pm ssgcmz etthaL mLtetLa 01 warsingmotgwtewt mLtetLa 01 exataat tow professioth MSPOWSLbLLLta EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE pmbtem sobmg apptroa ch t0 ct m mat ptra at me that Lwtdgmtds the cowsc tewt toas use of best exwtewce m comb mat mw with a ct m m taw s expertise ath cL Lewt ptefetremes amt xaLaes m atec ts tow ma tQng DECISION MAKING PROCESS a probtem sobmg aothLta that focuses 0w de atng ctiewt PYObLCVtLS amt setect mg appropriate ttreatvaewt Reames ca trefat treasow mg so that 80 choose the opt mws 01 the best cL Lewt oatcomes Oh the basis of the cL Lewt s comt tt tow amt the ptLotLta of the pmbtem thea aire t mteeat oatcome of the attagmseat pmbtemntstas asaat aboat the ireoia tiremewts m the cttewts Life state amt axa LLabLe iresoairces The tatewt t eat statas amt sttaat tow of the cttewt meteatge aboat the ct m tcat va itabtes Lmotxeat m the sttaattow amt how Ajmtgmewt aboat the titeeta cowse of exewts amt Aha aatat tt tomt idLO wt atata temwteatge aboat the warstag theirapg opttows avattabte amt the ur affect PRIORITIZING SEE 1 quotPLANNING 5 0 l Review principles of client education timing approaches domains CLIENT EDILOAWON ass tst tmt w wtaats a mtttes Oi commamttes m achtexmg optimat heatth COQNiTiVE aLL wtettectiLat behav ms amt reqa wes th mte mg temwteatge compirehewstow appt tcat tow awatas ts SawthCSLS evataattm AFFECTiVE expresstoa of eet mgs amt accepta me of attttaates op m tows air vataes irece wtwg tespomttwg va ta mg ovga wtz mg aha ira ateiLz mg PSYCHOM aroma coirLirng status that Y inLYC the Latteg vattow of mewtat amt mascatair act w tta petcept tow set ga wteat irespowse mechamsva comptex overt trespowse adaptatiow ovtgtmttom NURSING THEORY t i it Provrde cr1t1calth1nk1ng structures to gu1de reasonrng and problem solving Pull perspectives together Improves the way we do things Predictability and effectiveness Review the steps in the research process Research Process an orderly series of steps that allow a researcher to move from asking the research question to findin the answer 1 3 i r rev1ew lrterature develop theoretical framework formulate variables select esearh desin identify sample amp setting collection methods quality a roval of human subjects recruit subjects collect data 4 descr1be sam le answer research question interpret results 5 recommend further research state implication for nursing disseminate results Final Exam 240 Study Guide Chapter 1 gt ANA Scope amp Standards of Practice gt Nursing s Code of Ethics gt Career Development 0 Activities that enhance gt Continuing Education in nursing gt Licensure amp Certification requirements gt Needs of the consumer amp Chapter 2 gt Examples of health care services page 19 A Chapter 5 gt Two broad approaches to research gt Steps in the research process gt Finding evidence based practice information A Chapter 6 gt Goals of Healthy People 2010 gt Holistic Health Model gt Change theory gt Definition of health and wellness A Chapter 8 gt Client s perceptions of caring gt Ways of showing caring in nursing practice A Chapter 9 gt Review culturally competent care A Chapter 15 gt Attitudes for Critical Thinking gt Review Powerpoint on Critical Thinking A Chapter 16 gt Steps of the nursing process gt Types of data gt Interview techniques A Chapter 1 7 gt Nursing diagnostic process pg 252 gt Components of a nursing diagnosis gt Review powerpointscase study work for examples on these 5 Chapter 18 gt Priority levels gt Types of interventions gt Guidelines for writing goals amp outcomes A Chapter 19 gt Implementation skills of nursing practice gt Direct care vs indirect care practices gt Standing orders gt Reassessing clients A Chapter 20 gt Care plan revision gt Collecting evaluative data A Chapter 21 gt Centralized vs decentralized management gt Delegation gt Effective management techniques gt Standing orders A Chapter 22 gt Values gt How to process an ethical dilemma gt Basic terms in health ethics gt Code of ethics A Chapter 23 gt Advance directives types gt Legal consent gt Abandonment amp assignment issues gt Physician s orders gt Intentional torts gt Public Health laws 5 Chapter 24 gt Verbal amp nonverbal communication approaches gt Therapeutic communication techniques gt Elements of professional communication 5 Chapter 25 gt Planning for education gt Motivation to learn gt Evaluation of learning A Chapter 26 gt Guidelines for quality documentation amp reporting gt Legal issues A Chapter 27 gt Components amp Terms of self concept gt Nurse s effect on self concept of patients A Chapter 28 gt Discussing sexual issues A Chapter 29 gt Concepts of spiritual health faith religion hope etc gt Intervention A Chapter 30 gt Defining characteristics of hopelessness p 470 gt Kubler Ross Stages of dying grief gt Communicating with clients A Chapter 31 gt Situational Maturational ancl Sociocultural Factors gt Assessment of stress and coping gt Planning goals amp outcomes setting priorities section 5


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