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Child Development in the NANDA-I and International Classification for Nursing Practices Nursing Classifications

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  • Juliana Martins de Souza MsC,

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      jumartins@usp.br or jumartins2005@gmail.com, with a copy to the Editor: journal@nanda.org
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    • Juliana Martins de Souza, MsC, is a Nurse, Master in Pediatrics, Doctorate Student at the Graduate Studies Program, School of Nursing, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, and Maria De La Ó Ramallo Veríssimo, PhD, is a Nurse and a Professor at the School of Nursing, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
  • Maria De La Ó Ramallo Veríssimo PhD

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    • Juliana Martins de Souza, MsC, is a Nurse, Master in Pediatrics, Doctorate Student at the Graduate Studies Program, School of Nursing, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, and Maria De La Ó Ramallo Veríssimo, PhD, is a Nurse and a Professor at the School of Nursing, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.

  • Work presented in the NANDA-I 2011 Latin American Symposium.

jumartins@usp.br or jumartins2005@gmail.com, with a copy to the Editor: journal@nanda.org

Abstract

PURPOSE:  Identify and analyze the NANDA-I diagnoses and the focus terms of the International Classification for Nursing Practices (ICNP) related to child development.

DATA SOURCES:  Literature, reflections about clinical experience, and a model case.

DATA SYNTHESE:  The current diagnoses proposed by NANDA-I and the ICNP focus terms do not encompass the extent of the child development phenomenon.

CONCLUSIONS:  It is necessary studying the child development concept to improve the definition of the ICNP focus terms and the accuracy of NANDA-I diagnoses.

IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING PRACTICE:  Discussing the nursing classifications can improve their understanding and use.

OBJETIVO:  Identificar e analisar os diagnósticos da NANDA-I e os termos foco da Classificação Internacional das Práticas de Enfermagem (CIPE), relacionados ao desenvolvimento infantil.

FONTES DE DADOS:  Literatura, reflexões sobre a experiência clínica e um caso modelo.

SÍNTESE DOS DADOS:  Os diagnósticos atuais propostos pela NANDA-I e os termos foco da CIPE não abrangem a extensão do fenômeno desenvolvimento infantil.

CONCLUSÕES:  É necessário estudar o conceito do desenvolvimento infantil para melhorar a definição dos termos focos da CIPE e a acurácia dos diagnósticos da NANDAI.

IMPLICAÇÕES PARA A PRÁTICA DE ENFERMAGEM:  Discutir as classificações de enfermagem pode melhorar sua compreensão e uso.

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