A nursing care format is arranged in the order of the nursing diagnosis, the goal, the nursing orders and the evaluation, according to RNCentral.com. A proper format must retain the order of effectiveness.Continue Reading
A nursing diagnosis is the physical, psychological, sociocultural and spiritual evaluation of the patient. It helps determine a proper plan for the care of the patient according to his condition, explains RNCentral.com.
The diagnosis is used to set a particular goal for the patient to accomplish at the end of his treatment period. Setting a goal is crucial to ensure a motivation of activities regarding the change in the health condition of the patient, as stated by RNCentral.com.
The orders include the list of activities that must be carried out on the patient to initiate the achievement of his goal. Orders also contain the date by which the activities are carried out and the specific time left for the achievement of the goal, RNCentral.com notes. The signature of the prescribing nurse is also crucial at this point.
Evaluation involves the measure of the success of achieving the set goal, according to RNCentral.com. The evaluation process also determines the effectiveness of the nursing plan implemented for the patient.Learn more about Diagnostics & Imaging