Using nursing care plans to individualize and improve care -- Nursing diagnosis care plans -- Health promotion and risk factor management care plans -- Basic concepts care plans -- Cardiac and vascular care plans -- Pulmonary care plans -- Neurological care plans -- Gastrointestinal and digestive care plans- -- Musculoskeletal care plans -- Hematolymphatic, immunologic, and oncologic care plans -- Renal and urinary tract care plans -- Men's and women's health care plans -- Endocrine and metabolic care plans -- Integumentary care plans. from NLM
The bifocal clinical practice model -- Documentation of nursing care -- 11 steps to care planning -- The ill adult : issues and responses -- Response to the surgical experience -- Reducing moral distress in nurses.
I. Fundamentals: 1.Nursing documentation and the medical record ; 2.Legal and ethical implications of documentation ; 3.Performance improvement and reimbursement ; 4.Documentation systems ; 5.Documentation of the nursing process. II.Documentation for every practice setting: 6.Documentation in acute care ; 7.Documentation in long-term care ; 8.Documentation in home health care ; 9.Documentation in ambulatory care. III.Documentation in action: 10.Documentation of everyday events ; 11.Documentation of selected clinical specialties ; 12.Legally perilous charting practices. IV.Computerized documentation: 13.Computerized patient records ; 14.The future of automated documentation.