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Nursing Diagnoses 2015-17 : Definitions and Classification.

By: International, NANDA.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Somerset : Wiley, 2014Edition: 10th ed.Description: 1 online resource (513 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118914908; 1118914902.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Nursing Diagnoses 2015-17 : Definitions and Classification.DDC classification: 616.075 Online resources: Click here to view this ebbok.
Contents:
Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- NANDA International, Inc. Guidelines for Copyright Permission -- Preface -- Introduction -- About the Companion Website -- Part 1 Changes to the NANDA International Terminology -- Introduction -- What's New in the 2015-2017 Edition of Diagnoses and Classification? -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter Authors -- Chapter Reviewers -- Reviewer for Standardization of Diagnostic Terms -- Changes to Health Promotion and Risk Diagnoses -- New Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017 -- Table I.1 New NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017 -- Revised Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017.
Table I.2 Revised NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017 -- Changes to Slotting of Current Diagnoses within the NANDA-I Taxonomy II, 2015-2017 -- Table I.3 Slotting Changes to NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017 -- Revisions to Nursing Diagnosis Labels within the NANDA-I Taxonomy II, 2015-2017 -- Nursing Diagnoses Removed from the NANDA-I Taxonomy II, 2015-2017 -- Table I.4 Revisions to Nursing Diagnosis Labels of NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017 -- Standardization of Diagnostic Indicator Terms -- Table I.5 Nursing Diagnoses Removed from the NANDA-I Taxonomy II, 2015-2017.
Other Changes Made in the 2015-2017 Edition -- Part 2 Nursing Diagnosis -- Chapter 1 Nursing Diagnosis Basics -- Figure 1.1 Example of a Collaborative Healthcare Team -- How Does a Nurse (or Nursing Student) Diagnose? -- Figure 1.2 The Modified Nursing Process -- Understanding Nursing Concepts -- Assessment -- Nursing Diagnosis -- Table 1.1 Parts of a Nursing Diagnosis Label -- Table 1.2 Key Terms at a Glance -- Planning/Intervention -- Evaluation -- Use of Nursing Diagnosis -- Brief Chapter Summary -- Questions Commonly Asked by New Learners About Nursing Diagnosis* -- References.
Chapter 2 From Assessment to Diagnosis -- What Happens during Nursing Assessment? -- Figure 2.1 Steps in Moving from Assessment to Diagnosis -- Why Do Nurses Assess? -- The Screening Assessment -- Not a Simple Matter of ''Filling in the Blanks'' -- Assessment Framework -- Should we use the NANDA-I taxonomy as an assessment framework? -- Data Analysis -- Figure 2.2 Converting Data to Information: The Case of Caroline, a 14-year-old Female Seen in Ambulatory Clinic -- Subjective versus Objective Data -- Clustering of Information/Seeing a Pattern.
Figure 2.3 The Modified Nursing Process (Herdman, 2013) -- Identifying Potential Nursing Diagnoses (Diagnostic Hypotheses) -- In-Depth Assessment -- Figure 2.4 In-Depth Assessment: The Case of Caroline, a 14-year-old Female Seen in Ambulatory Clinic -- Confirming/Refuting Potential Nursing Diagnoses -- Eliminating Possible Diagnoses -- Potential New Diagnoses -- Differentiating between Similar Diagnoses -- Table 2.1 The Case of Caroline: AComparison of Identified Defining Characteristics and Related Factors.
Summary: Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions and Classification is the definitive guide to nursing diagnoses, as reviewed and approved by NANDA-I. The 2015-2017 edition of the classic and internationally recognised text has been rigorously updated and revised, and now provides more linguistically congruent diagnoses as a result of the Diagnostic Development Committee's attentiveness to understanding the translation of the diagnostic label, definition, defining characteristics, related factors, and risk factors. Each of the 235 diagnoses presented are supported by definitions as well as defining characteristics and related factors, or risk factors. Each new and revised diagnosis is based on the latest global evidence, and approved by expert nurse diagnosticians, researchers, and educators. New to this edition: 26 brand new nursing diagnoses and 13 revised diagnoses Updates, changes, and revision to the vast majority of the nursing diagnosis definitions, in particular the Health Promotion and Risk Diagnoses A standardization of diagnostic indicator terms (defining characteristics, related factors, and risk factors) to further aid clarity for readers and clinicians All introductory chapters are written at an undergraduate nursing level, and provide critical information needed for nurses to understand assessment, its link to diagnosis, and the purpose and use of taxonomic structure for the nurse at the bedside A new chapter, focusing on Frequently Asked Questions, representing the most common questions received through the NANDA-I website, and at global conferences Five nursing diagnoses have been re-slotted within the NANDA-I taxonomy, following a review of the current taxonomic structure Coding of all diagnostic indicator terms is now available for those using electronic versions of the terminology Companion website featuring references from the book, video presentations, teaching tips, and links to taxonomy history and diagnosis submission/review process description www.wiley.com/go/nursingdiagnoses
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Table 2.2 The Case of Caroline: A Comparison of Domains and Classes of Potential Diagnoses.

Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- NANDA International, Inc. Guidelines for Copyright Permission -- Preface -- Introduction -- About the Companion Website -- Part 1 Changes to the NANDA International Terminology -- Introduction -- What's New in the 2015-2017 Edition of Diagnoses and Classification? -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter Authors -- Chapter Reviewers -- Reviewer for Standardization of Diagnostic Terms -- Changes to Health Promotion and Risk Diagnoses -- New Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017 -- Table I.1 New NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017 -- Revised Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017.

Table I.2 Revised NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017 -- Changes to Slotting of Current Diagnoses within the NANDA-I Taxonomy II, 2015-2017 -- Table I.3 Slotting Changes to NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017 -- Revisions to Nursing Diagnosis Labels within the NANDA-I Taxonomy II, 2015-2017 -- Nursing Diagnoses Removed from the NANDA-I Taxonomy II, 2015-2017 -- Table I.4 Revisions to Nursing Diagnosis Labels of NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses, 2015-2017 -- Standardization of Diagnostic Indicator Terms -- Table I.5 Nursing Diagnoses Removed from the NANDA-I Taxonomy II, 2015-2017.

Other Changes Made in the 2015-2017 Edition -- Part 2 Nursing Diagnosis -- Chapter 1 Nursing Diagnosis Basics -- Figure 1.1 Example of a Collaborative Healthcare Team -- How Does a Nurse (or Nursing Student) Diagnose? -- Figure 1.2 The Modified Nursing Process -- Understanding Nursing Concepts -- Assessment -- Nursing Diagnosis -- Table 1.1 Parts of a Nursing Diagnosis Label -- Table 1.2 Key Terms at a Glance -- Planning/Intervention -- Evaluation -- Use of Nursing Diagnosis -- Brief Chapter Summary -- Questions Commonly Asked by New Learners About Nursing Diagnosis* -- References.

Chapter 2 From Assessment to Diagnosis -- What Happens during Nursing Assessment? -- Figure 2.1 Steps in Moving from Assessment to Diagnosis -- Why Do Nurses Assess? -- The Screening Assessment -- Not a Simple Matter of ''Filling in the Blanks'' -- Assessment Framework -- Should we use the NANDA-I taxonomy as an assessment framework? -- Data Analysis -- Figure 2.2 Converting Data to Information: The Case of Caroline, a 14-year-old Female Seen in Ambulatory Clinic -- Subjective versus Objective Data -- Clustering of Information/Seeing a Pattern.

Figure 2.3 The Modified Nursing Process (Herdman, 2013) -- Identifying Potential Nursing Diagnoses (Diagnostic Hypotheses) -- In-Depth Assessment -- Figure 2.4 In-Depth Assessment: The Case of Caroline, a 14-year-old Female Seen in Ambulatory Clinic -- Confirming/Refuting Potential Nursing Diagnoses -- Eliminating Possible Diagnoses -- Potential New Diagnoses -- Differentiating between Similar Diagnoses -- Table 2.1 The Case of Caroline: AComparison of Identified Defining Characteristics and Related Factors.

Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions and Classification is the definitive guide to nursing diagnoses, as reviewed and approved by NANDA-I. The 2015-2017 edition of the classic and internationally recognised text has been rigorously updated and revised, and now provides more linguistically congruent diagnoses as a result of the Diagnostic Development Committee's attentiveness to understanding the translation of the diagnostic label, definition, defining characteristics, related factors, and risk factors. Each of the 235 diagnoses presented are supported by definitions as well as defining characteristics and related factors, or risk factors. Each new and revised diagnosis is based on the latest global evidence, and approved by expert nurse diagnosticians, researchers, and educators. New to this edition: 26 brand new nursing diagnoses and 13 revised diagnoses Updates, changes, and revision to the vast majority of the nursing diagnosis definitions, in particular the Health Promotion and Risk Diagnoses A standardization of diagnostic indicator terms (defining characteristics, related factors, and risk factors) to further aid clarity for readers and clinicians All introductory chapters are written at an undergraduate nursing level, and provide critical information needed for nurses to understand assessment, its link to diagnosis, and the purpose and use of taxonomic structure for the nurse at the bedside A new chapter, focusing on Frequently Asked Questions, representing the most common questions received through the NANDA-I website, and at global conferences Five nursing diagnoses have been re-slotted within the NANDA-I taxonomy, following a review of the current taxonomic structure Coding of all diagnostic indicator terms is now available for those using electronic versions of the terminology Companion website featuring references from the book, video presentations, teaching tips, and links to taxonomy history and diagnosis submission/review process description www.wiley.com/go/nursingdiagnoses

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