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Nursing terminologies: the nanda taxonomy to the international classification for nursing practice
Maria Miriam Lima da Nóbrega, Telma Ribeiro Garcia, Luciana Gomes Furtado, Candice Cavalcanti de Albuquerque, Cláudia de Lourdes Henriques de Lima
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2008,
Abstract: Objective: to describe, based on the literature of the area, the movement of nursing terminologies development, from the NANDA Taxonomy up to the International Classification for Nursing Practice, of the International Council of Nursing. Method: research literature, in which it was established as period of time for inclusion of publications, here construed as books and journal articles, the period from 1990 to 2005. Results: after reading the selected material, it was possible to point the origins and main characteristics of the NANDA International Taxonomy II, of the Nursing Interventions Classification, of the Nursing Outcomes Classification, of the Clinical Care Classification, of Omaha System and of the International Classification for Nursing Practice. Conclusion: despite the undeniable progress of the profession in the movement of development and use of nursing language classification systems, occurring in the world, including Brazil, it remains, as a challenge, the need for the involvement of nurses in this process.
Using the international classification for nursing practice (icnp ) in the scientific production of a post-graduate program in nursing
Maria Miriam Lima da Nóbrega, Danielle Martins Nascimento
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: to discuss the use of International Classification for Nursing Practice (ICNP ), the scientific production the Post-Graduate Program in Nursing of the UFPB as a Collaborating Center of the International Council of Nurses. Methodology: this is about a bibliographic research, developed on the basis of relevant publications using the ICNP , published from 2000 to 2009, identified in the databases SciELO, Lilacs, Medline and BVS-Enf and the collection of theses of the Program. The study sample consisted of fifteen articles published in selected journals and eight dissertations, of which three were, selected which had not yet been published as an article. Results: it appears that from 2000 to date, has been developed in studies PPGENF/UFPB using the ICNP , which were published in national and international, contributing to the increase and dissemination of knowledge in the area. Conclusion: it is recognized that this Program, has been fulfilling its mission to support the continued development of the ICNP , and collaborating with the ICN processing of the classification in a reference terminology to be used worldwide to strengthen and expand the purposes of the profession in care, education and research.
Classifica o Internacional para a Prática de Enfermagem: inser o brasileira no projeto do Conselho Internacional de Enfermeiras Clasificación Internacional para la Práctica de Enfermería: inserción brasile a en el proyecto del Consejo Internacional de Enfermeras The International Classification for Nursing Practice: participation of Brazilian nurses in the project of the International Council of Nurses
Telma Ribeiro Garcia,Maria Miriam Lima da Nóbrega
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/s0103-21002009000700006
Systematization of nursing care in the hospital: construction of a system applied to academic practice
Roseane Lins Vasconcelos Gomes, Rebeka Kelly Alves Guimar?es de Souza, Rosalie Barreto Belian, Eliane Maria Ribeiro de Vasconcelos
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: to devise an information system applied to the Nursing Care System in academic practice. Method for structuring the system used the following steps: planning and literature on related systems, followed by the requirements elicitation, specification and system validation. The theoretical for the training of Nursing Diagnosis was based on the International Classification for Nursing Practice Beta 2. Results: the computerized model functionally reproduces the sequential stages of nursing practice: data collection, establishment of the diagnosis and plan of nursing care. Initially the students should record the information about the client's nursing problems, and then traced the Nursing Diagnosis from the Nursing Phenomena raised. The care plan would be presented as a final result of the care system, where it could evaluate the implementation of nursing actions proposed by the students. Conclusion: the use of the system proposed in academic practice will serve as an important auxiliary tool in the teaching - learning process, contributing to a distinguished student training.
Introduction of the World Health Organization project of the International Classification of Traditional Medicine
Peng-fei Gao
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao , 2011,
Abstract: The World Health Organization plans to incorporate "traditional medicine" into the next revision of its International Classification of Diseases — Version 11 (ICD-11). If traditional medicine is included in ICD-11, it is definitely an epoch-making issue. The expected result is the International Classification of Traditional Medicine, China, Japan and Korea Version (ICTM-CJK). The intention of the ICTM project is not only beneficial for traditional medical components, but also might be beneficial for Western biomedicine. For this shared purpose, China, Japan and Korea must understand the meaning of this project and collaborate to develop it.
Perspectivas de incorpora??o da Classifica??o Internacional para a Prática de Enfermagem (CIPE?) no Brasil
Nóbrega, Maria Miriam Lima da;Garcia, Telma Ribeiro;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672005000200020
Abstract: in this paper some aspects concerning the nursing classification systems are discussed, with emphasis in the international classification for nursing practice (icnp?) and the perspectives of its incorporation in brazilian nursing practice. the authors present three brazilian experiences of incorporation of that classification system: the project of implementation of the language cipe/cipesc in electronic record of the health department of curitiba - pr; the project of systematization of nursing care in uti, that is being developed in florianópolis - sc; and the development of a technological instrumental, based on the terms used by the nursing team components, for insertion in information systems of a school hospital, in jo?o pessoa - pb.
Protótipo de sistema de documenta o em enfermagem no puerpério Documentation system prototype for postpartum nursing
Regina Célia Sales Santos Veríssimo,Heimar de Fátima Marin
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2013,
Abstract: OBJETIVO: Desenvolver protótipo de sistema de documenta o em enfermagem no puerpério. MéTODOS: Planejamento de software utilizou modelo baseado em orienta o a objetos, que englobou: compreens o e defini o do contexto e dos modos de utiliza o projeto de arquitetura do sistema, identifica o dos principais objetos do sistema, desenvolvimento dos modelos do projeto, especifica o das interfaces dos objetos. Foram utilizadas as linguagem Structured Query Language (SQL), MySQL e Hypertext Preprocessor (php). RESULTADOS: O protótipo apresenta os requisitos planejados, entre eles: uso da Classifica o Internacional para a Prática de Enfermagem (CIPE ) vers o 1.0 como código de apoio para execu o do processo de enfermagem; apresenta o dos eixos da CIPE vers o 1.0 em ordem de uso; gera o de relatórios sobre a prática de uso dos processos de enfermagem. CONCLUS O: O protótipo de sistema de documenta o proposto foi desenvolvido com sucesso com possibilidade de registros de enfermagem por meio de linguagem padronizada. OBJECTIVE: To develop a documentation system prototype for postpartum nursing. METHODS: For the software planning, a model based on object orientation was used, which included: understanding and definition of the context and usage modes of the system design project, identification of the main objects of the system, development of project models, specification of object interfaces. The languages Structured Query Language (SQL), MySQL and Hypertext Preprocessor (php) were used. RESULTS: The prototype shows the planned requirements, among them: use of the International Classification For Nursing Practice (ICNP ) version 1.0 as support code to perform the nursing process; presentation of the axes of ICNP version 1.0 in order of use; elaboration of reports about the usage practice of nursing processes. CONCLUSION: The proposed documentation system prototype was successfully developed, allowing professional nursing records to be registered in a standardized language.
Classifica??o Internacional de Práticas de Enfermagem em Saúde Coletiva - CIPESC?
Cubas, Marcia Regina;Egry, Emiko Yoshikawa;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342008000100024
Abstract: the project international classification of the nursing practices in collective health - cipesc was the brazilian contribution for the incorporation of the notion of collectiveness in the international classification of nursing practice - icnp . this article aims at analyzing the bibliographical production concerning nursing classifications available in the virtual library in health database since 1990. this is a bibliographical survey of nursing practice classification systems and is part of a larger research that intends to identify the collective face of the cipesc instrument in the municipal health network of the city of curitiba, in the state of paraná. the result shows that the majority of the texts are based on the clinical-individual model, and those that emphasize the social-epidemiologic model are still a minority. in addition, most studies focused on the collective were disseminated through the publications of the brazilian nursing association, which has the hegemony in the diffusion of the knowledge about the collective face of classification systems.
A??es de enfermagem identificadas no Projeto CIPESC(a) e utilizadas no cuidado de pacientes com AIDS
Santos, S?nia Maria Josino dos;Nóbrega, Maria Miriam Lima da;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342004000400002
Abstract: this study of exploratory-description type, developed in a quantitative approach with the objectives to identify, in the results of the project of international classification on the nursing practice in community health ("cipesc" in portuguese), which could be used by nurses in the care of aids carriers, and for confirming this use in the professional nursing practice. of the 2.754 identified nursing actions in cipesc project, 157 were designated as being possible for using it with aids carriers. the results of the study pointed to the usage of all of the 157 actions by the nurses. those actions are, in the majority, in the concepts: assisting (86), informing (25), managing (19), observing (17) and performing (10).
Development of a Regional Nursing Research Partnership for Academic and Practice Collaborations  [PDF]
Heather L. Tubbs-Cooley,Donna S. Martsolf,Rita H. Pickler,Caroline F. Morrison,Cassie E. Wardlaw
Nursing Research and Practice , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/473864
Abstract: Background. Collaborative nursing research across academic and practice settings is imperative to generate knowledge to improve patient care. Models of academic/practice partnerships for nursing research are lacking. This paper reports data collected before and during a one-day retreat for nurse researchers and administrators from local universities and health care organizations designed to establish a regional nursing research partnership. Methods. Quantitative and qualitative methods were used to address the study aims: (1) to assess research involvement and institutional research resources; (2) to assess interest in and concerns regarding cross-institutional collaborations; and (3) to describe perceptions of the purpose of a partnership and resources needed to ensure success. Results. Participants had differing perceptions of accessibility to resources; participants in practice settings reported less accessibility to resources, notably grant development, informatics, and research assistant support. Participants were interested in collaboration although concerns about conflict of interest were expressed. Four themes related to partnering were identified: harnessing our nursing voice and identity; developing as researchers; staying connected; and positioning for a collaborative project. Conclusion. Academic-practice research collaborations will become increasingly important with health care system changes. Strategies to develop and sustain productive partnerships should be supported. 1. Background Collaborative nursing research across academic and practice settings is essential for the advancement of science that generates new discoveries and determines effective approaches for research translation and implementation. Multiple national and international studies highlight benefits of academic-practice research partnerships such as improving the validity and effectiveness of interventions via varied stakeholder perspectives [1–6], efficiency gains in personnel and infrastructure costs owing to shared resources [7], and improved patient outcomes resulting from implementation of evidence-based nursing care practices [8]. In spite of these benefits, models to engage academic nursing faculty and practice-based researchers and clinicians in collaborative research are limited. The Duke Translational Nursing Institute is a recent example of an academic-practice partnership between the Duke University School of Nursing and the Duke University Health System and is designed to align academic and clinical nurses in the pursuit of new knowledge and the rapid
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