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Outcome ID and Planning:
What is a goal?

broad statement that describes the desired change (the aim, intent, or end)

2

Outcome ID and Planning:
What is an expected outcome?

measurable criteria to evaluate goal achievement

3

Outcome ID and Planning:
What are the 2 purposes of goals and expected outcomes?

-gives clear direction
-evaluates effectiveness

4

Outcome ID and Planning:
What do you know when an outcome has been met?

-at least part of the goal has been achieved

5

Outcome ID and Planning:
Explain a SMART outcome.

specific
measurable
attainable
realistic
time-bound
-usually several SMART outcomes for each ND

6

Outcome ID and Planning:
How should a smart outcome be written?

in a sequential time frame

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Implementation:
What is a nursing intervention?

any treatment based on clinical judgement and knowledge that a nurse performs to enhance patient outcomes

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Implementation:
What are the 4 key questions to ask planning nursing interventions?

-how can I prevent or minimize the cause of the problem?
-how can I manage the problem?
-how can I tailor interventions?
-how can I prevent adverse responses and increase beneficial responses?

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Implementation:
What are 3 skills the nurse needs to have for implementation?

-Cognitive skill: critical thinking in nursing process, and knowing the scientific rationale
-Interpersonal skill: trust, caring, clear communication with patient and family
-Psychomotor: cognitive and motor activities (skills)

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Implementation:
Explain independent, dependent, and collaborative implementation.

-independent: nurse initiated, require no order and no supervision from others.
-dependent: require an order from Dr.
-collaborative: require multiple health care professionals

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Implementation:
Explain direct and indirect implementation.

-direct: performed through interactions with patients
-indirect: performed away and on behalf of patients (collaboration, documentation)

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Implementation:
Explain guideline #1.

-partner with patient/family
-reassess before implementation
-approach with competence and care
-modify accordingly

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Implementation:
Explain guideline #2.

-be sure interventions are legal, ethical, and consistent
-question if intervention is best
-develop skilled nursing interventions to best support patients