N137__Introduction_to_the_Omaha_System_Sp_09

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Introduction to the Omaha System Teresa Lawson, PHN, MS N137 Spring 2009
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By the end of this presentation, students will: Compare the six nursing activities of the  OMAHA System to the Nursing Process. Define the three schemes of the OMAHA  System. Apply portions of the OMAHA System to a case  study. Discuss uses of the OMAHA System to promote  quality care and evidence-based practice to  clients in the community.
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The Omaha System Concept started with VNA in early 70’s as a way  to meet predicted future health care changes Research/Theory based Nursing process approach A flexible system which accommodates   Multidisciplinary users
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Components of the Omaha System Individual, family or community Nursing activities (6 sections) collect and assess data, state the  problem, ID the problem, plan and  intervene, ID interim/dismissal  problem  rating, evaluation Practitioner-client relationship
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Components of the Omaha System Complete the following activities in your  module: Activity #1 Activity #2
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Three Major Schemes of Omaha The six nursing activities are organized  into  three major schemes: Problem Classification Scheme          (steps 1,2) Problem Rating Scale for Outcomes    (steps 3,5) Intervention Scheme (steps 4, 6)
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Problem Classification Scheme Four levels of description (broad to
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