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Running head: APPLYING STANDARDIZED TERMINOLOGIES IN PRACTICE 1 Applying Standardized Terminologies in Practice Sapna Rao Chamberlain College of Nursing Nursing Informatics NR 512 Dr. Millender January 18, 2016
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APPLYING STANDARDIZED TERMINOLOGIES IN PRACTICE 2 Applying Standardized Terminologies in Practice Health care system is always in a constant quest of applying latest evidence reliant interference. This practice has shown way to calibration on method of communication in cataloging of the nursing diagnosis, applied nursing interventions, and anticipated patient outcomes. Nursing professional’s use standardized terminology (STs) to communicate among themselves and also with other members of healthcare team. In this process of calibration, NOC, NANDA, and NIC rudiments are most widely and effectively used. The aim of this research paper is to provide a fleeting synopsis about STs related to a scenario of 70 Years old male who slipped and fell at home, which has lead to a very critical nursing diagnosis of ineffective breathing pattern. Through details of this scenario, author will be clearly identifying NANDA, NIC, and NOC elements. Author will also describe in detail the data, information, knowledge, and wisdom components (DIKW). By the end of this paper, reader will have better understanding of NANDA, NIC, NOC, and DIKW elements. NANDA, NIC, and NOC elements NANDA (North American Nursing Diagnosis Association) is an association, which has established a large number of nursing diagnosis. NANDA is dedicated to advance the nursing care quality and develop patient safety following evidence-based practice. NANDA gave way to two divisions, Nursing Outcome Classification (NOC), and Nursing Interventions Classifications (NIC). Both of them were developed to measure the outcomes of nursing interventions and other interventions provides by member of healthcare team. NANDA has a large number of granted diagnosis for use in clinical area, for the purposes of testing, and improvement (Herman, 2011). NANDA is member oriented popular organization obligated towards growth, and expansion of nursing analytical vocabulary (Herman, 2011).
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APPLYING STANDARDIZED TERMINOLOGIES IN PRACTICE 3 According to Herman (2011), nursing vocabulary is a way to define prospects of nursing profession and making sure that the wisdom of nursing is signified in patient’s health records.
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