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Nurses generally do not question the need for medicine to research disease and its treatment – yet many cite as irrelevant research done on human responses and treatment of those responses to achieve nurse-sensitive outcomes.
Nursing is so much more than following doctor’s orders, isn’t it? Then don’t we need to have one terminology that allows us to identify and communicate our knowledge about our clinical judgment – to one another, our health care partners, and our patients?
If we focus our students on what they need to do, based on the “Care Plan," but don’t really help them tie in the assessment, the data from the patient history, from progress notes of their colleagues in nursing and other disciplines – is it really any wonder that the Care Plan becomes a thing to check off a list, without having any real tie-in to the “real world” of nursing?
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