Apply appropriate NOC and NIC to selected nursing diagnosis.
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Assignment: Appropriate Nursing Diagnosis
Learning Team Assignment Case Study Presentation contains:
Resource: case study found on p. 316 in the Nursing Theory
Conduct an Internet search for NANDA, NIC, and NOC systems.
Using the Problem, Etiology, and Signs and Symptoms (PES) format and the NANDA classification system, formulate an appropriate nursing diagnosis to the case study.
Apply appropriateNOC and NIC to selected nursing diagnosis.
Prepare a presentation consisting of 10 to 15 slides appropriate to the presenter’s audience that includes:
A summary of the case scenario
Speaker notes with no more than 150 words per slide
Citations for a minimum of six peer-reviewed references
A logical conclusion that flows from the body of the presentation, and reviews the major points.
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