Nursing Outcomes Classification / Edition 1

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The first description of outcomes that standardizes terminology and criteria for measurable and desirable outcomes as a result of interventions performed by nurses! It includes more than 150 outcome labels with corresponding definitions, measures, indicators and references. Introductory chapters cover research methodology, the use of NOC in practice, and implementing NOC in practice and education. It also discusses the relationship between NOC outcomes and NANDA nursing diagnoses to demonstrate compatibility with other standardized nursing classifications.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Jean O'Neil, EdD, RN, C (Boston College School of Nursing)
Description: This report describes project staff, funding, and validation, survey participants, background, rationale, and research methods used to develop nursing-sensitive outcomes and indicators. The report describes 190 outcomes and encourages additions to and moderation of current formulations.
Purpose: The editors respond to the current emphasis on outcome measurement in managed care and health policy decisions by disseminating research on nursing-sensitive patient outcomes and inviting nurses' responses.
Audience: The report is addressed to nurses in general, and it will be valuable for the beginning professional nursing student as well as the advanced practice nurse.
Features: Early chapters clarify the aim, background, and process of the project. The major portion of the book deals with the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC), including a presentation of each outcome with indicators, rating, and relevant references, including medical and nursing research and ACHPR guidelines. Appendixes offer illustrations of linkages between NANDA nursing diagnoses and nursing outcomes, use of NOC in a critical pathway and in a case study by graduate students, and guidelines for readers to give feedback to project staff.
Assessment: This first report of the Iowa Outcomes Project is a welcome addition the literature on nursing care planning, valuable for practice, education, and research. The NOC builds upon prior work in classifying nursing diagnoses and nursing interventions.
Jean O'Neil
This report describes project staff, funding, andvalidation, survey participants, background, rationale, and researchmethods used to develop nursing-sensitive outcomes and indicators. Thereport describes 190 outcomes and encourages additions to andmoderation of current formulations. The editors respond to thecurrent emphasis on outcome measurement in managed care and healthpolicy decisions by disseminating research on nursing-sensitive patientoutcomes and inviting nurses' responses. The report is addressed tonurses in general, and it will be valuable for the beginningprofessional nursing student as well as the advanced practicenurse. Early chapters clarify the aim, background, and process of theproject. The major portion of the book deals with the Nursing OutcomesClassification (NOC), including a presentation of each outcome withindicators, rating, and relevant references, including medical andnursing research and ACHPR guidelines. Appendixes offer illustrationsof linkages between NANDA nursing diagnoses and nursing outcomes, useof NOC in a critical pathway and in a case study by graduate students,and guidelines for readers to give feedback to project staff. Thisfirst report of the Iowa Outcomes Project is a welcome addition theliterature on nursing care planning, valuable for practice, education,and research. The NOC builds upon prior work in classifying nursingdiagnoses and nursing interventions.

5 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780815145462
  • Publisher: Mosby, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/1997
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 415
  • Product dimensions: 6.43 (w) x 9.13 (h) x 0.65 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2000

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    The Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) is a comprehensive, standardized classification of patient/client outcomes developed to evaluate the effects of nursing interventions. Standardized outcomes are necessary for documentation in electronic records, for use in clinical information systems, and for the development of nursing knowledge and the education of professional nurses. An outcome is stated as a variable concept representing an individual, family, or community condition that is measurable along a continuum and responsive to nursing interventions. The outcomes are developed for use in all settings and with all patient populations. NOC outcomes are for use with individuals, families and communities. The 2nd edition of NOC contains 260 outcomes listed in alphabetical order and grouped for ease of use into 7 domains and 29 classes in a taxonomic structure. The 7 domains are: Functional Health, Physiologic Health, Psychosocial Health, Health Knowledge & Behavior, Perceived Health, Family Health, and Community Health. Each outcome has a definition, a list of indicators that can be used to evaluate patient status in relation to the outcome, a five-point Likert scale to measure patient status, and a short list of references used in the development of the outcome. The outcomes are developed for use across the care continuum and therefore can be used to follow patient outcomes throughout an illness episode or over an extended period of care. Each outcome has a unique code number that facilitates the use of the outcomes in computerized clinical information systems and the manipulation of data to answer questions about health care quality and effectiveness. This edition of NOC presents 70 new and 20 revised outcomes. Several family and community outcomes are included in the new family- and community-level domains. Expanded implementation examples and updated linkages with NANDA 1999-2000 diagnoses are also featured. Marion Johnson, PhD, RN Meridean Maas, PhD, RN, FAAN Sue Moorhead, PhD, RN Visit the Center for Nursing Classification Web Site: http://www.nursing.uiowa.edu/cnc

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