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Historical development of professional nursing

-war accentuated need for nurses -Florence Nightingale & Crimean war -societal attitudes changed -rise of professional organizations -leading figures -nursing schools -professional standards & scopes est -nursing practice acts -codes of ethics est -body ok knowledge

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NURSING: definitions, philosophies & theories

-def of nursing has changed -there are many dif types of recipients of nursing care -the scope of nursing is more clearly defined -there are many dif settings for practice -there are nurse practice acts -there are current standards of practice

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Different educational programs for becoming a R.N.

-Diploma Programs: -Hospital based educational programs -clinical experiences -Associate Degree Programs: -community colleges -cadet nurse corps -idea of Mildred Montag -AND, Columbia University -Baccalaureate Degree Programs: -4 yrs -gen ed as well -some fast-track -BS

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Continuing education activities & the importance of lifelong professional growth

-enhance skills -responsibility of all practicing nurses -keep up w/ changes in health care -keep up w/ new technologies & new knowledge -can obtain expertise in a specialized area of practice -need credits to renew license -in-service programs -certificate of completion for specialization

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Evidence based practice

-informs clinical decision making bases on the simultaneous use of the best evidence, clinical expertise & client values -synthesis of latest research allows for best care -nurses must design & implement practice change based on evidence

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Role of research in nursing

-entails using formal & systematic processes to address problems & answer questions -research findings guide clients care -problems come up in nursing practice that can then be systematically researched -Nurses: --must routinely search current research --can be a research team member --can help advocate for research pa

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Purpose of hospital based staff development programs

-continuing education -enhance knowledge & skills of practicing professionals -keep abreast of scientific & technological changes -changes w/in health care industries -changes w/in the profession -new techniques -attain specialized expertise -continuing competence -new equipment -new methods of implementation -new docu

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Different practice settings of an RN

-primary prevention setting -public health -physicians office -ambulatory care center -occupational health clinics -community health nursing -hospitals -sub-acute care facilities -long-term care facilities -retirement/assisted care living -rehab centers -home health care agencies -day care centers -rural care -hospice

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How does the nurse demonstrate leadership by being politically active in healthcare issues

-change agent -sets boundaries of the profession -advances nursing profession -improves working conditions -improve nursing programs -lobby for legislation affecting health care -ANA-PAC -can hold positions of authority in government & advance health care issues -ICN-worldwide, influences health policy

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Legal/ethical issues in conjunction w/ various settings & roles for a RN

-nurses as a witness -nurse practice acts-scope -credentialing/licensing/certification -follow standards of care -has liability/contractual obligations -collective bargaining -must obtain informed consent -provide linguistically & culturally appropriate services -mandated reporter -supervise delegated tasks -must not b

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Basic roles of various health team members

-Nurse- education & certification -Alternative care provider- non-western medicine -Case Manager- to ensure client receives fiscally sound, appropriate care -Dentist -Dietitian/Nutritionist- diets to maintain health. Supervise preparation of meals -Emergency medical personnel- 1st responders -OT- assists clients w/ imp

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Health

the degree of wellness or well-being that the client experiences

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Illness

A highly personal state in which the person feels unhealthy or ill, may or may not be related to disease

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Effect cultural differences may have on the health-illness continuum

-family structure -economics -science & technology -rural vs urban -elderly -ethnography-cultural patterns of thought -personal space -gender relations -religious beliefs -language barriers -body language -child rearing practices -beliefs about nutrition -beliefs about death -conflicts b/t nurses & clients values -way

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Variables that influence health beliefs & practices

EXTERNAL (p.306) -Physical environment -Standards of living -Family & cultural beliefs -Social support networks INTERNAL (p.303) -biology -psychology -cognitive

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Social forces affecting the practice of nursing

Scopes & standards Ethics Legal issues Aging populations New definition of family Urbanization Educated clients Economic factors DRGs Rising health care costs Less inpatient, more outpatient care Consumer demands Healthcare seen as a right Consumer no active participant Science & technology Telecommunications Demograph

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3 Levels of health care services

-Primary prevention -Secondary prevention -Tertiary prevention

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What is primary prevention

-1st level of health care services -health promotion & illness prevention -illness prevention programs directed at client community

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What is secondary prevention?

-2nd level of health care services -diagnosis & treatement -hospitals & drs offices -early detection of disease -screening

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What is tertiary prevention?

-3rd level of health care services -rehabilitation, health restoration & palliative care -helps people to move to their previous level of health or end-of-life care

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Impact of an illness on the client & family

-coping skills -teaching needed -economic strains -loss of autonomy -strained family relationships -end-of-life issues -need to advocate for clients -who makes decisions? -assess impacts of nursing decisions on clients & family -veracity

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5 Steps of the Nursing Process

1)Assessing 2)Diagnosing 3)Planning 4)Implementing/Evaluating 5)Documenting & recoding

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What is ASSESSING in the nursing process?

-step 1 -identify clients health status -actual & potential needs -establish baseline -collecting & organizing data -active participation by client * ACCEPTABLE CRITERIA: -est a database about the clients response to health concerns or illness & the ability to manage health care needs

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What is Diagnosing in the nursing process?

-Step 2 -analyze data -identify health problems, risks & strengths -formulate a nursing diagnosis -NANDA -diagnosis, problem & etiology -defining characteristics -ACCEPTABLE CRITERIA: identify clients strengths & health problems that can be prevented or resolved by collaborative & independent nursing interventions

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What is PLANNING in the nursing process

-step 3 -designing nursing activities required to prevent, reduce or eliminate a clients health problems -involves a team -set diagnosis priorities -NOC taxonomy -client goals are desired outcomes derived from 1st clause of the nursing diagnosis -interventions are focused on the etiology & NIC taxonomy has -ACCEPTABLE

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What is Implementing/Evaluating in the nursing process?

-4th step -putting planned nursing interventions into action -continual reassessment -evaluation of effectiveness of nursing actions -quality insurance & quality improvement -ACCEPTABLE CRITERIA: assist the client to meet desired goals/outcomes; promotes wellness, prevent illness & disease, restore health & facilitate

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What is Documenting/recoding in the nursing process?

-the 5th step -legal document -confidentiality -ACCEPTABLE CRITERIA: determine whether to continue, modify or terminate the plan of care

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What is Objective Data?

-signs -detectable by an observer -seen, felt, smelled, heard -observation of physical examination -seen on examination -lab tests -can validate subjective data

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What is subjective data?

-symptoms -apparently only to person affected -can only be described by that person -includes sensations, beliefs, feelings & values

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What is the purpose of the nursing assessment?

-collect data -assist in planning & diagnosing -looks for signs & symptoms -conduct initial interview -est a baseline -observe client -examine client

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Sources of data for a nursing assessment

1)client 2)support people 3)client records 4)health care professionals 5)literature

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Methods of data collection

1)observing- a conscious, deliberate skill involving use of the senses. 2)interviewing- directive & nondirective questioning to obtain the nursing health history 3)examining 4)nursing health history

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basic human needs according to Maslow

1) physiological needs 2) safety & security 3) love & belonging 4) self-esteem 5)self-actualization

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Components of Maslows hierarchy of needs

1) physiological needs- airway, food temp, rest, elimination, pain avoidance. (Crucial for survival) 2) safety & security- both physical & psychological. (Protection) 3) love & belonging- giving & receiving of affection, attaining a place in a group, maintaining a feeling of belonging. (Love belonging looseness) 4) sel

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Maslows hierarchy of needs in the development of a plan of nursing care

It assists when setting priorities. Human needs are ranked on an ascending scale according to how essential the needs are for survival.

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Critical thinking activities required for ASSESSING (step 1) in the nursing process

-Making reliable observations -Distinguishing relevant from irrelevant data -Distinguishing important from unimportant data -Validating data -Organizing data -Categorizing data according to a framework -Recognizing assumptions -Identifying gaps in the data

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Critical thinking activities required for DIAGNOSING (step 2) in the nursing process

-Finding patterns & relationships among cues -Making inferences -Suspending judgment when lacking data -Stating the problem -Examining assumptions -Comparing patterns w/ norms -Identifying factors contributing to the problem

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Critical thinking activities required for PLANNING (step 3) in the nursing process

-Forming valid generalizations -Transferring knowledge from 1 situation to another -Developing evaluative criteria -Hypothesizing -Making interdisciplinary connections -Prioritizing clients problems -Generalizing principles from other sciences

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Critical thinking activities required for IMPLEMENTING (step 4) in the nursing process

-Applying knowledge to perform interventions -Testing hypothesis

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Critical thinking activities required for EVALUATING (step 5) in the nursing process

-Deciding whether hypotheses is correct -Making criterion-based evaluations

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NANDA

(north american nursing diagnosis association) use the concept of nursing diagnosis effectively in generating & completing a nursing care plan, must be familiar w/ the def & terms used & the components of nursing diagnosis

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NIC

(nursing interventions classifications) taxonomy of nursing interventions

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NOC

(nursing outcomes classifications) taxonomy for describing client outcomes that respond to nursing interventions

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functional health patterns

-health perception-heath management pattern -nutritional-metabolic pattern -elimination pattern -activity-exercise pattern -sleep pattern -cognitive-perceptual pattern -self-perception/self-concept pattern -role-relationship pattern -sexuality-reproductive pattern -coping-stress tolerance pattern -value-belief pattern

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health perception-health management pattern

-functional health pattern -clients perceived pattern of health & well-being & how health is managed

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nutritional-metabolic pattern

-functional health pattern -clients pattern of food & fluid consumption relative to metabolic need & pattern indicators of local nutrient supply

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elimination pattern

-functional health pattern -patterns of excretory function (bowel, bladder, skin)

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activity-exercise pattern

-functional health pattern -pattern of exercise, activity, leisure & recreation

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sleep pattern

-functional health pattern -patterns of sleep & relaxation

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cognitive-perceptual pattern

-functional health pattern -sensory-perceptual & cognitive patterns

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self-perception/self-concept pattern

-functional health pattern -clients self-concept pattern & perceptions of self (self-conception/worth, comfort, body image, feeling state)

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role-relationship pattern

-functional health pattern -clients pattern of role participation & relationships

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sexuality-reproductive pattern

-functional health pattern -clients patterns of satisfaction & dissatisfaction w/ sexuality pattern/reproduction patterns

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coping-stress pattern

-functional health pattern -clients general coping pattern & the effectiveness of the pattern in terms of stress tolerence

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value-belief pattern

-functional health pattern -patterns of values, beliefs (including spiritual) & goals that guide the clients choices/decisions

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what is case management & critical pathways in a clients health care plan

identify outcomes that certain groups of clients are expected to achieve on each day of care

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what is communication

any means of exchanging info or feelings b/t 2 or more people

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what is verbal communication

-conscious varies by socioeconomic, culture & education -need clarity, brevity, timing, relevance, credibility, humor, pace, intonation, adaptability

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what is non-verbal communication

-body language, be aware of disconnects b/t verbal & non-verbal communication

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what is personal space?

the distance people prefer in interactions w/ others

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factors that influence the communication process

-developement -gender -values & perceptions -personal space -territoriality -roles & relationships -enviornment -congruence -interpersonal attitudes (respect, caring, warmth) -boundaries (limits in which a person may act or refrain from acting w/in a designated time or place)

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characteristics of therapeutic communication

THERAPUTIC COMMINUCATION - promotes understanding & help est. a constructive relationship b/t nurse & client -respond to content of clients message/feelings/expressions ATTENTIVE LISTENING - -use all senses, highly developed skill -pay attention to all cues, listening for key themes -focus on clients needs, ask questi