Explain what NIC, NOC, and NANDA are and how you currently utilize them in your nursing practice.
Assignment: NIC NOC and NANDA
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Week 2 discussion DQ 1 Explain what NIC, NOC, and NANDA are and how you currently utilize them in your nursing practice. If you do not utilize them, explain why and what you use in replacement. DQ2 After reviewing the nursing informatics scope and standards, which two standards are you strongest in and why? Which two standards could you improve and how will you accomplish this?
The Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) is a care classification system which describes the activities that nurses perform as a part of the planning phase of the nursing process associated with the creation of a nursing care plan.
The NIC provides a four level hierarchy whose first two levels consists of a list of 433 different interventions, each with a definition in general terms, and then the ground-level list of a variable number of specific activities a nurse could perform to complete the intervention. The second two levels form a taxonomy in which each intervention is grouped into 27 classes, and each class is grouped into six domains.
An intent of this structure is to make it easier for a nurse to select an intervention for the situation, and to use a computer to describe the intervention in terms of standardized labels for classes and domains. Another intent is in each case to make it easy to use a Nursing Minimum Data Set (NMDS).
The terminology is an American Nurses’ Association–recognized terminology, which is included in the UMLS, and is HL7 registered