What is a nursing care plan a nursing care plan ncp is a formal process that includes correctly identifying existing needs as well as recognizing potential needs or risks care plans also provide a means of communication among nurses their patients and other healthcare providers to achieve health care outcomes without the nursing care planning process quality and consistency in patient care would be lost. The focus of this care plan is on the supportive care rendered by family members significant others or caregivers responsible for meeting the physical emotional needs of the patient with limited access to health care for many people most diseases are diagnosed and managed in the outpatient setting. Nursing care plan 2 depression nursing diagnosis self care deficit related to perceptual or cognitive impairment with anergia and severe anxiety secondary to major depression as evidenced by unwashed hair foul body odor weight loss constipation persistent hypersomnia or insomnia and inability to bathe get dressed and perform toileting activities as normal. In this edition of nanda nursing diagnosis list 2018 2020 seventeen new nursing diagnoses were approved and introduced these new approved nursing diagnoses are readiness for enhanced health literacy ineffective adolescent eating dynamics ineffective child eating dynamics. A nursing care plan is the written manifestation of the nursing process which the american nurses association defines as the common thread uniting different types of nurses who work in varied areas the essential core of practice for the registered nurse to deliver holistic patient focused care
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