Systematic nursing diagnosis
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This chapter concentrates on the second stage of the ASPIRE approach – systematic nursing diagnosis – and offers explorations of how this stage may be carried out using Roper, Logan and Tierney's (RLTs) Activities of Living Model, Orem's Self-Care Model of Nursing and the Neuman Systems Model. It conducts a systematic nursing diagnosis using RLT's Activities of Living Model, Orem's Self-Care Model of Nursing and the Neuman Systems Model. The extra stage of systematic nursing diagnosis offers the nurse the time and opportunity to diagnose the nursing problems without missing anything that may interfere with the patient's recovery. Systematic nursing diagnosis requires the use of knowledge and skills that develop over time and needs lots of practice. Systematic nursing diagnosis is about establishing the problems that a patient has as a consequence of living with the signs and symptoms or the medical diagnosis. Systematic nursing diagnosis is a skill that takes knowledge and time to develop.