Implementation of the nursing process in a health area: models and assessment structures used
Huitzi Egilegor, Joseba Xabier
Elorza Puyadena, María Isabel
Urkia Etxabe, José María
Asurabarrena Iraola, Carmen
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Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem 22 (5) 2014 : 772-777 (2014) // Aricle ID 3612.2479
Objective: to analyze what nursing models and nursing assessment structures have been used in the implementation of the nursing process at the public and private centers in the health area Gipuzkoa (Basque Country). Method: a retrospective study was undertaken, based on the analysis of the nursing records used at the 158 centers studied. Results: the Henderson model, Carpenito's bifocal structure, Gordon's assessment structure and the Resident Assessment Instrument Nursing Home 2.0 have been used as nursing models and assessment structures to implement the nursing process. At some centers, the selected model or assessment structure has varied over time. Conclusion: Henderson's model has been the most used to implement the nursing process. Furthermore, the trend is observed to complement or replace Henderson's model by nursing assessment structures.