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How do ICNP, ICF, NANDA and ZEFP meet the criteria of a nursing diagnoses classification [publication] /

by Müller-Staub, Maria; Needham, Ian.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 2005SAPHIR theme(s): Soins infirmiers - Soins à domicile | Systèmes de classificationMeSH subject(s): Nursing Diagnosis | Vocabulary, Controlled | Nursing Diagnosis -- classification | Switzerland | Comparative Study | Evaluation StudiesPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: Book ChapterSummary: The escalating costs in healthcare have made clear that nurses must describe their contributions to health care. Nursing diagnoses are accepted internationnally as part of systematic, individualized nursing planning... The research questions are : which criteria for nursing diagnosis classification systems are described in the literature? How do ICNP, ICF, NANDA and ZEFP meet the criteria? What is the current state of the art regarding the development and dissemination the classification systems in Switzerland and internationally? [Authors]
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Acendio 2005 : proceedings of the fifth biennial European Conference of the Association for Common European Nursing Diagnoses, Interventions and Outcomes held in Bled, Slovenia : new documenting nursing care - enhancing patient care through nursing documentation : new directions for novices and experts - Amsterdam : Hans Huber, 2005. - P. 145-155, chap. 30

The escalating costs in healthcare have made clear that nurses must describe their contributions to health care. Nursing diagnoses are accepted internationnally as part of systematic, individualized nursing planning... The research questions are : which criteria for nursing diagnosis classification systems are described in the literature? How do ICNP, ICF, NANDA and ZEFP meet the criteria? What is the current state of the art regarding the development and dissemination the classification systems in Switzerland and internationally? [Authors]