CONCEPT MAPS

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CONCEPT MAPS
Lisa Brock, RN MSN
NUR 102
Module G
NURSING PROCESS
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A—Assessment
D—Diagnosis
P—Planning
I—Intervention
E—Evaluation
Each step is dependent on the
accuracy of the preceding step
WHAT IS A CONCEPT
MAP?
• “Schematic devices for representing
a set of concept meanings embedded
in a framework of propositions”
(Schuster, 2002, pg. 2)
• An approach to planning and
organizing nursing care
Step One
• Develop a basic skeleton diagram
Key problem
Reason for
Health care
STEP TWO
• Analyze and categorize data
– Add clinical data to the appropriate
problem boxes
– Identify key assessments related to the
patient’s reason for seeking health care
STEP THREE
• Analyze nursing diagnoses
relationships
– Draw lines between related problems
– Number the problems in order of
priority
STEP FOUR
• Identify goals, outcomes, and
interventions
STEP FIVE
• During post-clinic session, evaluate
your patient’s responses to the
identified nursing interventions
GATHERING CLINICAL
DATA
• Chapter 2 in textbook
• Standards of Care
• Important data
– Patient care plan or data base
GROUPING DATA
• Chapter 3 in textbook
• Organize data in a sequence
• Build the concept map
NURSING
INTERVENTIONS
• Chapter 4 in textbook
• NIC—Nursing Interventions
Classifications
• Get information organized
• Scenario 3, pg 66—concept map for
post-op pain
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