The Nursing Model Of The Nursing Process Model

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The Nursing Process Model is a conceptual framework in which the nurse-patient relationship is the foundation of the nursing process. The purpose for this framework for critical thinking is to diagnose and treat human responses to potential or actual health problems. The nursing process is represented as dynamic and relational, the nurse and the patient being affected by each other 's behavior and by the environment around them. Each successful two-way communication is termed a "transaction" and can be analyzed to determine the factors that promote transactions. The constraints the various systems in the environment (personal, interpersonal, and social) place on the development of the relationship are also examined. The nurse should always …show more content…
Part of this process is the diagnosis, the nursing diagnosis versus the medical diagnosis. A nurse who is making the analysis will determine whether the disease or illness is within his/her scope of nursing practice vice the medical practice, they will identify responses to illness and health rather than focusing on pathology, and a nurses diagnosis can change from day to day as the medical diagnosis will stay the same as long as the said disease is present. As the nurse formulates their diagnosis it will be comprised of the problem statement, etiology and the evidence of the problem. So the diagnostic label will be placed on the assessment which will be chosen from the NANDA list, then it will be determined what the problem is caused by or related to (R/T) and then it will be stated as the evidence by (AEB) the specific facts the problem is based on. Sometimes there is what is called collaborative problems where both nursing and medical interventions are required, this is where doctors and nurses will work together to resolve a patients …show more content…
This is where the nurse will carry out the nursing interventions that were selected during the planning step. This includes teaching; further assessing, observing, reviewing NCP and incorporating physician’s orders and monitoring cost effectiveness of interventions while using the NIC as standard. Also nurses will be practicing two types of interventions during this process. There is direct care and indirect care. The NIC (Nursing Interventions Classification) states that direct care provided by a nurse is an intervention that is performed by a nurse through interaction with the

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