Medicine:Nursing Minimum Data Set
The Nursing Minimum Data Set (NMDS) is a classification system which allows for the standardized collection of essential nursing data. The collected data are meant to provide an accurate description of the nursing process used when providing nursing care. The NMDS allow for the analysis and comparison of nursing data across populations, settings, geographic areas, and time.
- Effective therapeutic regimen management
- Minimum Data Set
- Nursing care plan
- Nursing assessment
- Nursing diagnosis
- Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC)
- Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC)
- Omaha System
- Werley, HH; Devine, EC; Zorn, CR; Ryan, P; Westra, BL (April 1991). "The Nursing Minimum Data Set: abstraction tool for standardized, comparable, essential data". American Journal of Public Health 81 (4): 421–426. doi:10.2105/ajph.81.4.421. PMID 2003618.
- Williams, CA (April 1991). "The Nursing Minimum Data Set: a major priority for public health nursing but not a panacea". American Journal of Public Health 81 (4): 413–414. doi:10.2105/ajph.81.4.413. PMID 2003616.
- Denehy, Janice (January 2012). "Nursing Minimum Data Set for School Nursing Practice: Position Statement". http://www.nasn.org/PolicyAdvocacy/PositionPapersandReports/NASNPositionStatementsFullView/tabid/462/smid/824/ArticleID/38/Default.aspx. Retrieved 25 August 2014.
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