Concept Mapping A Critical Thinking Approach To Care Planning

Editor/Author Schuster, Pamela McHugh
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: F.A.Davis Company

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ISBN: 978-0-80-369473-6
Category: Health & Medicine - Medicine
Image Count: 94
Book Status: Available
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Concept mapping is a clear, visual, and systematic model for gathering and categorizing relevant assessment data, identifying patient problems, and developing patient goals, interventions, and outcomes for each nursing diagnosis. A concept map is your guide to nursing care in any clinical setting.

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Table of Contents

    • Preface
    • 1. ‘Twas the Night Before Clinical …
    • 2. Gathering Clinical Data: The Framework for Concept Care Mapping
    • 3. Concept Care Maps: Grouping Clinical Data in a Meaningful Manner
    • 4. Nursing Strategies to Attain Outcomes: So Many Problems, So Little Time
    • 5. Nursing Implementation: Using Concept Care Maps as Nursing Care Plans at the Healthcare Agency
    • 6. Mapping Psychosocial and Cultural Problems
    • 7. Concept Care Maps as the Basis of Documentation and Phone Conversations With Physicians
    • 8. After the Clinical Day Is Over: Patient Evaluations, Self-Evaluations, and Grading the Final Concept Care Map
    • Appendix A. Online Case Studies
    • Appendix B. Complete Concept Care Map Examples
    • Appendix C. Definitions for NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses Used in this Text