Nursing Process: Step 3-Planning. BY RENI PRIMA GUSTY, SK.p,M.Kes. POKOK BAHASAN . Mendiskusikan pentingnya memprioritas diagnosa keperawatan Mendiskusikan Intervensi perencanaan yang berfokus pada klien yang dibuat perawat dan kolaborasi tim kesehatan lainnya
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Nursing Process: Step 3-Planning
RENI PRIMA GUSTY, SK.p,M.Kes
Determine desired outcomes and plan specific nursing interventions to achieve them
This is done with the patient (and family/whanau as appropriate)
Of or relating to a goal or aim
Something that follows from an action; result; consequence
The aim or object towards which an endeavour is directed
Effective planning depends on the quality and comprehensiveness of the assessment
(See Priority Setting Potter et al., 2006 p.199)
Long-Term Goal- achieve over a longer period of time i.e: weeks or months.
Outcomes need to be:
S pecific What will happen?
M easurable How will you know it has happened?
A chievable Can it happen?
R ealistic Is it realistic to expect it to happen?
T imeframed When will it happen?
A nurse thinks clearly and does not select interventions randomly
Nurse considers a number of factors such as: characteristics of the nursing diagnosis, expected outcomes, nursing knowledge, feasibility of the intervention, acceptability to the client, and nursing competencies.
Collaboration with the client, family and other members of the health team is necessary
Review previous clinical experiences and priorities to select the best nursing interventions
Nurse initiated, physician initiated and collaborative interventions require the nurse to us critical thinking and decision making.
Nurse must decide if the interventions are appropriate for the client
Important to recognize errors such as a physician’s order, incorrect therapy, etc.
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