Use of standardized nursing diagnoses and interventions in long-term careJournal of gerontological nursing
NLM Title AbbreviationJ Gerontol Nurs
Abstract1. Standardized language for patient assessment, nursing diagnoses and interventions provide a common language for professionals in long-term care. 2. A comprehensive Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) was first published in 1992 by the Iowa Intervention Project and the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association offers a comprehensive list of nursing diagnoses. 3. Most frequently used nursing diagnoses were: Self Care Deficit: Bathing/Hygiene, Self Care Deficit: Dressing/Grooming, Impaired Physical Mobility, Altered Thought Process, and Potential for Injury.
- Long-Term Care,
- Nursing Audit,
- Nursing Diagnosis/classification/utilization,
- Nursing Evaluation Research,
- Patient Care Planning,
- Skilled Nursing Facilities
Published Article/Book CitationJournal of gerontological nursing, 21:8 (1995) pp.29-36.
Citation InformationJ. M. Daly, Meridean Maas and Kathleen C. Buckwalter. "Use of standardized nursing diagnoses and interventions in long-term care" Journal of gerontological nursing Vol. 21 Iss. 8 (1995) p. 29 - 36 ISSN: 0098-9134
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