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patient needs, health and illness physical -- list metabolism, perfusion, oxygenation, comfort, elimination, mobility, rest, fluid / electrolyte balance, protection / regulation, immunity
patient needs, health and illness physical comfort the state of ease minimization of barriers to functioning and well being (such as pain, nausea, fear, etc)
patient needs, health and illness physical elimination regulation and removal of waste from the body
patient needs, health and illness physical fluid / electrolyte balance homeostasis of body fluids and electrolytes throughout multiple body systems includes the regulation of pH balance
patient needs, health and illness physical immunity the process of recognition of self vs. non self for the purpose of cellular protection includes the responses of infection and inflammation
patient needs, health and illness physical metabolism the body's mechanism of regulating energy for growth, functioning and well being includes nutrition, endocrine and reproduction
patient needs, health and illness physical mobility the ability of the body to move to promote normal functioning
patient needs, health and illness physical oxygenation intake and utilization of oxygen in tissues and organs issues ranging from asphyxia to hyperventilation
patient needs, health and illness physical perfusion circulation of blood through tissues and organs issues ranging from clotting to hemorrhaging
patient needs, health and illness physical protection / regulation process by which an individual maintains physical integrity
patient needs. health and illness physical rest the natural suspension of movement to allow restoration of the body
patient needs, health and illness psychosocial - list coping, cognition / perception, development, maladaptive behavior, social support, mood, culture, spirituality
patient needs, health and illness psychosocial cognition / perception the way a person processes and interprets stimuli and information
patient care, health and illness psychosocial coping an individual's response to anxiety, stress, grief and loss; used to maintain function and well being
patient needs / healt and illness psychosocial culture representation of a person's iniqueness that encompasesissues of values, ethnicity age,class, etc.
patient needs / health and illness pschosocial development adaptation that allows an individual to progress intellectually, emotionally and socially through life stages and events includes sexuality
patient needs / health and illness psychosocial maladaptive behavior the way a person deals with events in a non-positive manner
patient needs / health and illness psychsocial mood a person's emotional state that occurs in respopnse to life events serves as both a response and motivator
patient needs / health and illness psychosocial social support the dynamic of interpersonal relationships that are beneficial and or harmfull to human functioning and well being
patient needs / health and illness psychosocial spirituality a person's beliefs related to personal values, uniqueness, purpose, suffering and immortality
professional nursing roles -- list coordinator of care, advocate, educator, leader, life longlearner, health promotion, professionalism
professional nursing roles advocate one who has the ability to speak out for others without taking away their independence
professional nursing roles coordinator of care one who works in a cooperative manner with other members of the health care team, including the patient and family, to including and meet patient centered outcomes
professinal nursing roles educator one who seeks to increase the knowledge of others through the development of assessment of or utilization of evidence based research information may influence the decision making outcomes or practice of other individuals
professional nursing roles helath promotion the process of enabeling people to increase controll over, and to improve their health
professional nursing roles leader one who has the ability to guide others toward establishing and achievingoutcomes while adhering to the values or policy of an established organization
professional nursing roles life-long learner one who is self-motivated in establishing personal and or professional goals and self-directed in persuing the resources and knowledge necessary for personal or prefessional improvement
professinal nursing roles professionalism refers to theapplication of ideal qualities of an individual within a specific professinal field (i. e. nursing)
professinal nursing competencies -- list accountability, caring, communication, critical thinking, clinical judgement / clinical reasoning
professional nursing competencies accountability accepting personal responsibility for outcomes while acting in a professional role
professinal nursing competencies caring incorporated intellectual, psychosocial, physical and spiritual aspects in displaying concern and empathy towards others
professinal nursing competencies clinical judgement / clinical reasoning ability to intrepret a situation based on more than objective date and use appropriate behavior, knowledge and skills in working toward achieveing best outcome
professinal nursing competencies communication receiving and expressing thoughts or ideas both official and unofficial occurs through muliple methods including electronic, written, nonverbal and verbal
professional nursing competencies critical thinking ability to identify key issues based on specific set of circumstances and then utilize clinical judgement and reasoning in decision making
professinal nursing health care infrastructures -- list health care organizations health care economics health policy health care law
professinal nursing health care infrastrucires health care economics represents the availability (or scarcity) of health care resources and financing (or payment mechanisms) to pay for these resources
professinal nursing healthcare infrastructures health care law collection of laws that have a direct impact on the delivery of health care or on the relationships among those in the business of health care or between the providers and recipients of health care
professional nursing health care infrastructures health care organizations purposefully designed, structured social system developed for the delivery of health care services by specialized workforces to defined communities, populations or markets
professinal nursing health care infrastructures helath policy goal-directed decision making about helath that is the result of an authorized, public decison-making process those actions, non actions, directions and / or guidance related to heal th that are decided by government or other authorized entities
QSEN competencies -- list patient - centered care, safety, collaboration, evidence based care, quality improvement, informatics
QSEN competencies evidence based care providing care that is based on current evidence, clinical expertise and patient preferences, needs and values
QSEN competencies collaboration participates fully in the health care team in such a way that fosters mutual respect and shared decision making
QSEN competencies informatics use current technology to manage patient information and other data to maximize safety and optimize health care
QSEN competencies patient centered care providing nursing care that recognizes the patient as a full partner adn source of controll
QSEN competencies quality impovement participate fully in processes in order to monitor outcomes and improve patient care
QSEN competencies safety through individual performance and organizationall processes, provide care to patient's that minimizes risk of harm to patient, others and self
Lourdes University College of Nursing program learning outcomes - list the 6 QSEN competencies (patient centered care, safety, collaboration, evidence based care, quality improvement, informatics) plus vlaues based care, leadership, community and culture
Lourdes University College of Nursing program learning outcomes community provides nursing care recognizing the populations and groups are patients with unique needs and requiring the services of educated nurses
Lourdes University College of Nursing program learning outcomes culture provides nursing care with an understanding of and an appreciation for the diverse backgrounds, values and beliefs of each individual and group
Lourdes University College of Nursing program learning outcomes leadership provides nursing care while modeling the professional roles of coordinator of care, educator, advocate and leader
Lourdes University College of Nursing program learning outcomes values based care provide nursing care groundedin the Christian ethic and portraying the core nursing values of accountability, caring, communication, clinical reasoning, critical thinking and life long larning
SBAR communication Situation Background Assessment Recomendations used to prompt communication in healthcare; professional to professional; concerns patient
SOLER Sit facing the patient Open posture Lean in Eye contact Relax
nursing process systematic process of approaching patinet and population; dynamic, patient centered, outcome oriented and universal Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning, Intervention, Evaluation
nursing process assessment systematic collection of patient data objective (measurable) vs. subjective (as reported by the patient / from the patient's perspective) purposefull, complete, accurate, relevant
nursing process diagnoses problem clarification problem r/t etiology AEB (3) defining characteristics
nursing process planning resolve problems identified in the nursing diagnosis based on sound priorities and sound evidence meets professinal standards
nursing process interventions based on clinical judgement and nursing knowledge; direct (through interaction with patient), indirect (on the patient's behalf), population (health of a population), nurse initiated (positioning, education, counseling) and other provider initiated
nursing process evaluation Did the plan work? / identify and evaluate criteria (measurable data) adn standards (acceptable levels of performance) collected data, analyze data, document and terminate, continue or modify plan
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