The nurse\u2019s role is to honestly assess the patient\u2019s progress and the effectiveness of their plan record the data and act accordingly regarding

The nurse’s role is to honestly assess the

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-The nurse’s roleis to honestly assess the patient’s progressand the effectiveness of their plan, record the data, and act accordingly regarding their next steps with the care plan.
Differentiate between subjective and objective data and various data collection methods.> Subjective dataincludes feelings, symptoms described by the patient, their description of their health problem, and it may fluctuatewith their mood> Objective datais comprised of facts, is observed by the nurse, and it is an observation or measurement of the patient’s health status.> Data collection methodsinclude:-Interviewing the patientand/or family (with patient’s permission)-Communicating with the health care team-Examining medical records- Researching records and relevant literature- Physically assessingthe patientReview the NANDA list of nursing diagnoses and their use in describing potential and actual client problems.> Utilizing the NANDA list ensures that a nursing diagnosis (as opposed to a medical or collaborative diagnosis) is established> The NANDA list includes three types of nursing diagnoses: actual, risk, or health promotion. Typically an “actual” diagnosis is the most preferable selection.Discuss the purpose of a client plan of care, its developmental process, its implementation, and role in determining attainment of client outcomes.> The purposeof establishing a client plan of care is to provide structure, efficiency, and effectivenessin patient/nursing care. -A care plan allows us to set goals and evaluate measurable success, and thus contributes to effective whole-patient care. -A student care plan specifically also helps the student to learn and grow by taking knowledge gained from the classroom and relevant literature and applying it in a practice situation.> The developmental processof a client plan of care involves progressing through each of the five steps of the nursing process (ADPIE).> The implementationof a client care plan requires three skills of the nurse:-Cognitive, or the application of critical thinking-Interpersonal, or the building of relationship and communication;-Psychomotor, or the integration of cognitive knowledge and motor activities.> A client plan of care plays a key role in determining the attainment of client outcomes-It establishesthe desired outcomes-It provides a frameworkwithin which the nurse is able to clearly determine whether or not they have been attained.Apply principles of the nursing process to an actual or simulated client record.> This is a laboratory skill.

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