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Learning outcomes descriptions 1.2.a

Competence description VQTS:
1.2.a    To be able to assist in developing the nursing diagnoses based on collected data.   

Competence (EQF)SkillsKnowledge

The professional caregiver is autonomously and self-responsibly able to identify nursing care problems and to assist in the development of the nursing diagnoses.













































The professional caregiver is able to:

  • identify care problems (e.g. self-care deficits in eating, bed sores risk, risk of urinary infection),
  • involve the patient/client and relevant others in identifying care problems,
  • recognise situations that lead to possible changes in the nursing diagnoses,
  • recognise and report changes in the patient’s/client’s regarding care problems and the nursing diagnoses,
  • attend and assist in the determination of the nursing diagnoses,
  • analyse collected data regarding their relevance for nursing diagnoses,
  • report information about the patient’s/client’s health status (e.g. in meetings for nursing diagnoses).

The professional caregiver is able to:

  • describe the term care problem,
  • describe the meaning of nursing diagnoses,
  • explain one’s own behaviour regarding involving the patient/client in the detection of care problems,
  • define the term self-care deficit,
  • list deviations from one’s normal health status regarding nursing care problems,
  • name data influencing the nursing diagnoses,
  • name frequent chronic diseases influencing the nursing diagnoses,
  • explain the analysis of collected data regarding the nursing diagnoses,
  • name contributing factors for various nursing diagnoses.

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