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Submitting and Developing a Nursing Diagnosis Professor Dame June Clark. NANDA I : Mission and Vision. Our Mission is to facilitate the development, use, and evaluation of nursing diagnoses

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NANDA I : Mission and Vision

  • Our Mission is to facilitate the development, use, and evaluation of nursing diagnoses

  • Our Vision is to become the global leader for development and use of standardized nursing diagnosis terminology


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Levels of development

Level 1: Received for development

Level 2: Accepted for publication and inclusion in the NANDA Taxonomy

Level 3: Clinically supported (validation and clinical testing)


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Level 1: Received for development

1.1 Label only

1.2 Label and definition

1.3 plus Defining Characteristics or Risk factors

1.4 plus references


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Preliminary steps

  • Get the guidelines from the book or the web;

  • Contact Leann Scroggins ([email protected]);

  • Look at the glossary of terms;

  • Decide the “status of the diagnosis” (actual, risk, or wellness);

  • Provide a label for the diagnosis.


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Every nursing diagnosis must include:

  • The diagnostic concept

  • The judgement about it

    BUT….

  • In some diagnoses these two pieces are combined, ie the judgement is contained in the diagnostic concept

    eg. Pain


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Level 2: Accepted for publication and inclusion in NANDA list

2.1 Label, definition, defining characteristics or risk factors, related factors, references, and literature review

2.2 Consensus studies using nurse experts


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Steps to Level 2 list

  • Provide a definition supported by references

  • Identify the defining characteristics or risk factors (with references)

  • Identify related factors

  • Develop a bibliography.

  • Email to nanda.rmpinc.org


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Level 3: Clinically supported list

3.1 Literature Synthesis;

3.2 Clinical studies related to the diagnosis, but not generalisable to the population;

3.3 Well designed clinical studies with small sample sizes;

3.4 Well designed clinical studies with random sample of sufficient size for generalisation.


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The NANDA model for nursing diagnoses list

Diagnostic concept

Subject of the diagnosis

Judgement

Status of the diagnosis

Age

Site

Time


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Risk for chronic ineffective family coping list

Diagnostic concept

coping

Subject of the diagnosis

family

Judgement

ineffective

Status of the diagnosis

Risk for

Age

N/A

Site

N/A

Time

Chronic


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The Future list

  • IS YOURS!!

  • Please submit new diagnoses

  • NNN Conference Philadelphia March 2006: See you there!



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