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Enferm Clin 2005;15:163-6 - DOI: 10.1016/S1130-8621(05)71103-7
Las taxonomías enfermeras NANDA, NOC y NIC en la práctica asistencial hospitalaria
The nursing taxonomies, NANDA, NIC and NOC in hospital practice
Montserrat Román Ceretoa, Aurelio Campos Ricoa, Cipriano Viñas Herasa, Rosa Palopa, Antonio Zamudio Sáncheza, Rosario Domingo Garcíaa, MConsuelo López MartÍna, Isabel de la Torrea, Miguel Ángel Díaz Gonzáleza, Juan José Mansilla Franciscoa
a Enfermeras. Hospital Universitario Carlos Haya. M??laga. Espa??a.
Abstract
Introduction. The use of taxonomies originally developed in contexts other than our own means that a preliminary validation is required to adjust them to our healthcare system. Objectives. To improve the management of nursing care in hospitalization units and to develop working systems for nursing staff with coherent and efficient records. Material and method. The project will be performed in two phases: 1) Instruction of staff members who will act as project leaders. 2) Design and implementation of standardized care plans by discussion groups composed of 4 to 7 experts in the care of the most prevalent diseases in the units collaborating in the study. Conclusions. The design of standardized care plans by the consensus technique and the use of nursing taxonomies are valid tools for the homogenization of nursing care and the development of the discipline of nursing.
Palabras clave
Taxonomías NANDA, NOC, NIC, Cuidados de enfermería
Keywords
NANDA Taxonomies, NOC, NIC, Nursing care
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