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What is a Nursing Diagnosis? Guide on How to Write Nursing Diagnosis

The Ultimate Guide to Nursing Diagnosis

A nursing diagnosis may be part of the nursing process and is a clinical judgment about individual, family, or community experiences/responses to actual or potential health problems/life processes.
What is a Nursing Care Plan? 9 Steps on How to Write a Care Plan

What is a Nursing Care Plan? 9 Steps on How to Write a Care...

This guide will explain the different components of a nursing care plan including the step-by-step guide on how to write a nursing care plan. 
Fear Nursing Diagnosis and Care Planning


Fear: Response to perceived threat that is consciously recognized as danger.
Rape Trauma Syndrome

Rape Trauma Syndrome

Rape-Trauma Syndrome: Sustained maladaptive response, violent sexual penetration against the victim's will and consent.
Hopelessness Nursing Care Plan and Nursing Diagnosis


Hopelessness: Subjective state in which an individual sees limited or no alternatives or personal choices available and is unable to mobilize energy on own behalf.
Ineffective Therapeutic Regimen Management

Ineffective Therapeutic Regimen Management

Ineffective Therapeutic Regimen Management: Pattern of regulating and integrating into daily living a program for treatment of illness and the sequelae of illness that is unsatisfactory for meeting specific health goals.


Hypothermia: Body temperature below normal range.
Powerlessness Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plan


Powerlessness: Perception that one's own action will not significantly affect an outcome; a perceived lack of control over a current situation or immediate happening.
Caregiver Role Strain – Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan

Caregiver Role Strain

Caregiver Role Strain: Difficulty in performing family caregiver role.
Acute Confusion Nursing Care Plan and Diagnosis

Acute Confusion

Acute Confusion: Abrupt onset of a cluster of global, transient changes and disturbances in attention, cognition, psychomotor activity, level of consciousness, or the sleep/wake cycle.

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