Assessment |Nursing Diagnosis |Analysis |Goals and Objectives |Interventions |Rationale |Evaluation | | Subjective:
“kala ko nung una dahil sa kinain kong pinya, pero imposible naman iyon. Kasi hindi naman sumakin tiyan ng mga kasama ko” | Knowledge
deficient related to unfamiliarity with information resources | A deficit in knowledge is commonly experienced by individuals coping with new medical diagnosis varied pharmacological and treatment regimens, unfamiliar and often complex problems.
Because of the patient’s education is considered a skill reimbursed by Medicare & other commercial insurance carriers. It is important for the nurse to include knowledge deficit in the plan of care. The deficit in knowledge may relate to clients lack of information about their disease process, medication or resources
Kozier, 2007; Perry and Potter, 2002
After couple of nursing interventions, the patient will gain enough knowledge regarding the disease processes, causes and factors contributing to symptoms as measured by verbalization of knowledge.
• Client will demonstrate motivation to learn as measured by verbalization of desire and asking questions related to health.
• Client will identify perceived learning needs as measured by verbalization of at least 2 topics. |
Provide information to support self-efficacy, self-regulation and self-management by focusing on problem solving and decision making. Educational programs based on empowerment have demonstrated effectiveness
Deakin, McShane, Cade, & Williams, 2005.
Asses the client’s ability, readiness to learn and previous knowledge related to health preservation, medication management, disease states and community resources. Learning best occurs when learners are motivated and when instruction is tailored to the client’s cognitive ability.
Olinzock, 2004 |
Use of different means of accessing information promotes information retention into the hospital routine.
DeWalt, Et Al.,...
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