Evaluation Of First Year Nursing Students Care Plans - Nursing Diagnosis And Nursing Intervations | 70568
Journal of Nursing & Care
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A nursing diagnosis is a clinical judgment about an individual, a family or a community’s responses to actual and potential health
problems/life processes. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the nursing diagnoses of university first year students for
the patients they undertook the care of and to determine interventions relevant to these diagnoses. The study universe consisted
of Adiyaman University Nursing School first year students who were continuing their education during the 2014-2015 educational
year and took the Fundamentals of Nursing Course. The chest disease, neurology and internal medicine clinics were chosen as the
student clinical internship areas. The data were collected by evaluating the 63 nursing care plans prepared by the students and the data
collection forms the students had used for nursing care. The patients cared for at the chest disease, neurology and internal medicine
clinics by the students included in this study. The students included in the study had determined 19 nursing diagnoses in 63 cases.
The 5 most common diagnoses were insufficient respiration and pain, infection risk, sleep pattern, anorexia, risk of fallow for all
clinics. The most used nursing intervations was evaluate respiratory rate and depth, evaluate pain, follow the infection signs, evaluate
noise for sleeping and keep the room clean. The students’ ability to determine nursing diagnoses and nursing intervations was at the
middle level. To develop the students’ skill in implementing nursing process at the conclusion of every system they need to be given
sample cases with related diagnoses that will help them improve their ability to use nursing diagnosis and interventions relevant to
Turkan Karaca has completed his PhD at the age of 28 years from Hacettepe University and postdoctoral studies from Hacettepe University, Fundemantals of Nursing. She has worked as an assistant proffesor in Adiyaman University, School of Nursing since 2014. She is an academic nurse in university and studies on clinical researches. The research field is stoma care, wound care, restraints, adult patients, intensive care, general wards.
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