Chapter One Nursing Evidence Based Assessment

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Chapter One Nursing Evidence-Based Assessment Assessment: Point of Entry Subjective data Objective data Data base Clinical Reasoning Models Diagnostic reasoning Nursing process Critical thinking Goal? See how patient is doing overall Diagnostic Reasoning What’s important? Cues Hypothesis? Does data support hypothesis? Evaluate Nursing Process Assessment Diagnosis Outcome identification Planning Implementation Evaluation Critical Reasoning Nursing process Novice competent proficient expert Critical Thinking Skills 1. Identifying Assumptions 2. Organized approach 3. Validation 4. Normal and abnormal 5. Inferences or drawing valid conclusions 6. Clustering related cues 7. Relevance 8. Inconsistencies 9. Identify patterns 10. Missing information 11. Health promotion
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Unformatted text preview: 12. Diagnosing actual and potential problems – Actual – Risk – Wellness 13. Set priorities • First-level priority problems • Second-level priority problems • Third-level priority problems • Collaborative problems 14. Identify patient-centered expected outcomes 15. Determine specific interventions 16. Evaluating and correcting thinking 17. Determine a comprehensive plan • Evidence based assessment and practice What works? • Clinicians experience + evidence based techniques+ pt’s preference and values= decision about care • Evidence based practice 4 types of Data Complete database Focused or problem centered database Follow-up database Emergency database...
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  • Fall '13
  • Cannon
  • Nursing, reasoning models

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