Objective: This study was carried out in order to determine the nursing diagnoses and implementations in surgical diseases nursing summer internship files of nursing students.
Methods: The population of the retrospective and descriptive study consisted of 108 students who completed the summer practice of Surgical Diseases Nursing at the School of Health of a public university in the Black Sea region. The data of the research were collected from the files of students who completed summer internship between June-September 2015. Nursing diagnoses were examined according to the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association-I (NANDA-I) diagnosis list. The data were evaluated in frequency and percentage using the descriptive statistics in the SPSS 18.0 package program on the computer.
Results: In the 108 summer internship files evaluated, 216 nursing diagnoses were examined and 29 different nursing diagnoses were determined. There were 786 nursing practices and 48 different nursing interventions for diagnoses. The most frequent five nursing diagnoses determined by the students during the internship are acute pain (25.9%), risk of infection (18.5%), anxiety (9.7%), sleep disorders (5.6%) and bleeding risk (5.1%). The most frequent nursing interventions for nursing diagnoses are; the application of analgesic drugs at the physician's request (7.4%), informing the patient (6.2%), monitoring the vital signs of the patient (5.7%), positioning the patient (5.0%) and exercising the patient (4.8%).
Conclusion: As a result of the research, it was determined that the nursing diagnoses and applications made by the students were limited. Accordingly, it can be suggested to increase the case discussions regarding the nursing process in the education curriculum and clinical practice.
Yayımlanma Tarihi : 30 Nisan 2020
|APA||Bölükbaş, N , Irmak, B , Bulut, G , Aydın Özdemir, D , Bayrak, H . (2020). Öğrencilerin Cerrahi Hastalıkları Hemşireliği Yaz Stajı Dosyalarında Belirledikleri Hemşirelik Tanıları ve Girişimlerinin Değerlendirilmesi . Ordu Üniversitesi Hemşirelik Çalışmaları Dergisi , 3 (1) , 1-9 . DOI: 10.38108/ouhcd.715689|