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Title: Is the ATIC terminology oriented to nursing phenomena?
Author: Juvé Udina, Eulàlia
Keywords: Diagnòstic d'infermeria
Nursing diagnosis
Issue Date: 26-Dec-2012
Publisher: Scientific Research Publishing
Abstract: The main goal of this observational and descriptive study is to evaluate whether the diagnosis axis of a nursing interface terminology meets the content validity criterion of being nursing-phenomena oriented. Nursing diagnosis concepts were analyzed in terms of presence in the nursing literature, type of articles published and areas of disciplinary interest. The search strategy was conducted in three databases with limits in relation to period and languages. The final analysis included 287 nursing diagnosis concepts. The results showed that most of the concepts were identified in the scientific literature, with a homogeneous distribution of types of designs. Most of these concepts (87.7%) were studied from two or more areas of disciplinary interest. Validity studies on disciplinary controlled vocabularies may contribute to demonstrate the nursing influence on patients" outcomes.
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It is part of: Open Journal of Nursing, 2012, vol. 2, num. 4, p. 388-395
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ISSN: 2162-5344
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