Described Clinical Interventions for the Clinical Encounter described, but may have had difficulty mapping these to the appropriate NIC Terminology

Described at least four common Clinical Interventions for the Clinical Encounter described, but may have had difficulty mapping these to the appropriate NIC Terminology.

Standardized Terminology Paper (10%)

In this assignment you will be asked to look at various Standardized Terminologies and apply the information to your clinical practice. You will actually link a clinical encounter to three different standardized languages.
After completing the assigned readings and activities, you will be given specific questions to apply to a clinical example of your choosing.
This assignment will be handed in via a Microsoft Office Word Document in formal APA 6th Edition Format.
Detailed instructions and a Grading Rubric are located within Module 4.

Standards/Terminology Paper Assignment
See your Syllabus and/or Start Here Menu for Due Dates!

Worth 10% of your Overall Grade

Directions:
In this assignment you will review the material at the Center for Nursing Classification and Clinical Effectiveness website on Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) and Nursing Outcomes Classifications (NOC).
After reviewing both sites you will then answer a few questions. When answering the questions, you are to write a “several” page response. The paper should be in APA 6th Edition format – double spaced, standard margins, Times New Roman 12 point font, and spelling and grammar are important. A Title Page is required as is a reference page if you are citing any materials paraphrased or quoted… but no abstract is required.

Procedure:
Read the overviews of NIC and NOC by clicking the links provided on the main page by visiting the Center for Nursing Classification and Clinical Effectiveness at URL: https://www.nursing.uiowa.edu/center-for-nursing-classification-and-clinical-effectiveness and also their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nursing-Interventions-Classification-Nursing-Outcomes-Classification/204845286207141

  1. Review the Intervention Labels and Definitions Document
  2. Briefly describe a recent encounter with a patient in your clinical experience and find and describe at least 4 interventions you used in this encounter from the list of 542 nursing interventions provided within the above mentioned document.
  3. Review the NANDA-I Taxonomy of Nursing Diagnoses Document
    Also, find your NANDA diagnoses for your Clinical Encounter. Also review the following and determine the outcomes that were achieved: Outcome Labels and Definitions Document
  4. Finally imagine that the NIC was implemented in your practice setting tomorrow. How would the use of such as system help nurses to define and document nursing practice What are the advantages to such a system What are the disadvantages/barriers to such a system Who among your colleagues would embrace such a system Who might be resistant Why

What to hand in:
Your completed response paper should be submitted through the “Standards/Terminology Paper Assignment” Assignment Link found under the Assignments tab.

This should also be submitted through Safe-Assign located in the Assignments section of the menu. This submission will review your paper for plagiarism. Failure to submit through Safe-Assign will result in point deduction.

For more specific information, please see detailed rubric below.
Safe-Assign Percent Source Match (5% Possible)
0-5% Matched (5% Earned)
6-10% Matched (4% Earned
11-15% Matched (3% Earned)
16-20% Matched (2% Earned)
21-25% Matched (1% Earned)

Paper in APA Format as Required in Directions (5% Possible)
Most, if not all, of the Required APA elements were correct and included (5% Earned)
Very Few of the required APA formatting elements were incorrect or missing (4% Earned)
Several of the required APA elements were incorrect or missing (3% Earned)
A moderate amount of the required APA elements were incorrect or missing (2% Earned)
Most of the required APA elements were incorrect or missing (1% Earned)
Paper did not meet the requirement for APA formatting (0% Earned)

Described a recent encounter with a patient from his/her clinical experience (10% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (10% Earned)
In an accurate and above average manner (8% Earned)
In an average manner (6% Earned)
In a fair manner (4% Earned)
Poorly (2% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

At least four NIC Interventions were included that were appropriate related to the clinical encounter presented (17.5% Possible)
Effectively described at least four common Clinical Interventions for the Clinical
Encounter and then mapped these to the appropriate NIC Terminology in a thorough, accurate, and engaging manner (17.5%)
Described at least four common Clinical
Interventions for the Clinical Encounter described and mapped these to the appropriate NIC Terminology in an accurate and above average manner (14% Earned)
Described at least four common Clinical Interventions for the Clinical Encounter described, but may have had difficulty mapping these to the appropriate NIC Terminology. Overall, this was addressed in an average manner (10.5% Earned)
Described at least four common Clinical Interventions for the Clinical Encounter described, but may have had difficulty mapping these to the appropriate NIC Terminology. Or the original interventions may not have been the most appropriate. (Interventions may not have been described in a manner that made the case that they were the best priority for implementation). Overall, this was addressed in a fair manner (7% Earned)
Unable to describe at least four common Clinical Interventions for the Clinical Encounter described, and may have had difficulty mapping these to the appropriate NIC Terminology. The original interventions were not the most appropriate and may not have been described such that they were the best priority for implementation. Overall, this area was addressed in a poor manner (3.5% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

Student discussed how a Standardized Terminology System can help nurses define and document nursing practice (17.5% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (17.5% Earned)
In an accurate and above average manner (14% Earned)
In an average manner (10.5% Earned) –
In a fair manner (7% Earned)
Poorly (3.5% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

Addressed advantages of Standardized Terminology such as the NIC or NOC (10% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (10% Earned)
In an accurate and above average manner (8% Earned)
In an average manner (6% Earned)
In a fair manner (4% Earned)
Poorly (2% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned

Addressed disadvantages and barriers for Standardized Terminology such as NIC or NOC (10% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (10% Earned)
In an accurate and above average manner (8% Earned)
In an average manner (6% Earned)
In a fair manner (4% Earned)
Poorly (2% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

Gave examples of colleagues which might embrace Standardized Terminology and why (10% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (10%)
In an accurate and above average manner (8% Earned)
In an average manner (6% Earned)
In a fair manner (4% Earned)
Poorly (2% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

Gave examples of which colleagues might be resistant to Standardized Terminologies and why (10% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (10%)
In an accurate and above average manner (8% Earned)
In an average manner (6% Earned)
In a fair manner (4% Earned)
Poorly (2% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

Grammar and Spelling (5% Possible)
0-3 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Did not detract from paper (5% Earned)
4-6 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Detracted slightly from the content of the paper (4% Earned)
7-9 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Made it slightly difficult at times to discern the intent of the paper’s content (3% Earned)
10-12 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Made it difficult to discern the intent of the paper’s content (2% Earned)
13-15 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Distracted greatly from the intent of the paper’s content (1% Earned)
Greater than 15 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Unacceptable Proofing (0% Earned)
Standards/Terminology Paper Assignment
See your Syllabus and/or Start Here Menu for Due Dates!

Worth 10% of your Overall Grade

Directions:
In this assignment you will review the material at the Center for Nursing Classification and Clinical Effectiveness website on Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) and Nursing Outcomes Classifications (NOC).
After reviewing both sites you will then answer a few questions. When answering the questions, you are to write a “several” page response. The paper should be in APA 6th Edition format – double spaced, standard margins, Times New Roman 12 point font, and spelling and grammar are important. A Title Page is required as is a reference page if you are citing any materials paraphrased or quoted… but no abstract is required.

Procedure:
Read the overviews of NIC and NOC by clicking the links provided on the main page by visiting the Center for Nursing Classification and Clinical Effectiveness at URL: https://www.nursing.uiowa.edu/center-for-nursing-classification-and-clinical-effectiveness and also their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nursing-Interventions-Classification-Nursing-Outcomes-Classification/204845286207141

  1. Review the Intervention Labels and Definitions Document
  2. Briefly describe a recent encounter with a patient in your clinical experience and find and describe at least 4 interventions you used in this encounter from the list of 542 nursing interventions provided within the above mentioned document.
  3. Review the NANDA-I Taxonomy of Nursing Diagnoses Document
    Also, find your NANDA diagnoses for your Clinical Encounter. Also review the following and determine the outcomes that were achieved: Outcome Labels and Definitions Document
  4. Finally imagine that the NIC was implemented in your practice setting tomorrow. How would the use of such as system help nurses to define and document nursing practice What are the advantages to such a system What are the disadvantages/barriers to such a system Who among your colleagues would embrace such a system Who might be resistant Why

What to hand in:
Your completed response paper should be submitted through the “Standards/Terminology Paper Assignment” Assignment Link found under the Assignments tab.

This should also be submitted through Safe-Assign located in the Assignments section of the menu. This submission will review your paper for plagiarism. Failure to submit through Safe-Assign will result in point deduction.

For more specific information, please see detailed rubric below.
Safe-Assign Percent Source Match (5% Possible)
0-5% Matched (5% Earned)
6-10% Matched (4% Earned
11-15% Matched (3% Earned)
16-20% Matched (2% Earned)
21-25% Matched (1% Earned)

Paper in APA Format as Required in Directions (5% Possible)
Most, if not all, of the Required APA elements were correct and included (5% Earned)
Very Few of the required APA formatting elements were incorrect or missing (4% Earned)
Several of the required APA elements were incorrect or missing (3% Earned)
A moderate amount of the required APA elements were incorrect or missing (2% Earned)
Most of the required APA elements were incorrect or missing (1% Earned)
Paper did not meet the requirement for APA formatting (0% Earned)

Described a recent encounter with a patient from his/her clinical experience (10% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (10% Earned)
In an accurate and above average manner (8% Earned)
In an average manner (6% Earned)
In a fair manner (4% Earned)
Poorly (2% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

At least four NIC Interventions were included that were appropriate related to the clinical encounter presented (17.5% Possible)
Effectively described at least four common Clinical Interventions for the Clinical
Encounter and then mapped these to the appropriate NIC Terminology in a thorough, accurate, and engaging manner (17.5%)
Described at least four common Clinical
Interventions for the Clinical Encounter described and mapped these to the appropriate NIC Terminology in an accurate and above average manner (14% Earned)
Described at least four common Clinical Interventions for the Clinical Encounter described, but may have had difficulty mapping these to the appropriate NIC Terminology. Overall, this was addressed in an average manner (10.5% Earned)
Described at least four common Clinical Interventions for the Clinical Encounter described, but may have had difficulty mapping these to the appropriate NIC Terminology. Or the original interventions may not have been the most appropriate. (Interventions may not have been described in a manner that made the case that they were the best priority for implementation). Overall, this was addressed in a fair manner (7% Earned)
Unable to describe at least four common Clinical Interventions for the Clinical Encounter described, and may have had difficulty mapping these to the appropriate NIC Terminology. The original interventions were not the most appropriate and may not have been described such that they were the best priority for implementation. Overall, this area was addressed in a poor manner (3.5% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

Student discussed how a Standardized Terminology System can help nurses define and document nursing practice (17.5% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (17.5% Earned)
In an accurate and above average manner (14% Earned)
In an average manner (10.5% Earned) –
In a fair manner (7% Earned)
Poorly (3.5% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

Addressed advantages of Standardized Terminology such as the NIC or NOC (10% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (10% Earned)
In an accurate and above average manner (8% Earned)
In an average manner (6% Earned)
In a fair manner (4% Earned)
Poorly (2% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned

Addressed disadvantages and barriers for Standardized Terminology such as NIC or NOC (10% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (10% Earned)
In an accurate and above average manner (8% Earned)
In an average manner (6% Earned)
In a fair manner (4% Earned)
Poorly (2% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

Gave examples of colleagues which might embrace Standardized Terminology and why (10% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (10%)
In an accurate and above average manner (8% Earned)
In an average manner (6% Earned)
In a fair manner (4% Earned)
Poorly (2% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

Gave examples of which colleagues might be resistant to Standardized Terminologies and why (10% Possible)
In a thorough and detailed manner (10%)
In an accurate and above average manner (8% Earned)
In an average manner (6% Earned)
In a fair manner (4% Earned)
Poorly (2% Earned)
Did not address (0% Earned)

Grammar and Spelling (5% Possible)
0-3 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Did not detract from paper (5% Earned)
4-6 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Detracted slightly from the content of the paper (4% Earned)
7-9 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Made it slightly difficult at times to discern the intent of the paper’s content (3% Earned)
10-12 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Made it difficult to discern the intent of the paper’s content (2% Earned)
13-15 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Distracted greatly from the intent of the paper’s content (1% Earned)
Greater than 15 Grammar/Spelling Errors – Unacceptable Proofing (0% Earned)

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