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Evaluation of the Methods Used to Collect and Apply Initial Information Miki Matsunami 1 , Chiwako Hirose 2 , Miki Kojima 2 , Misako Hori 2 , Eiko Kinoshita 2 , Chigusa Nakagawa 2 1Nursing Course, School of Medicine, Gifu University 2Hashima City Hospital Keyword: 看護診断過程 , 初期アセスメント , 情報収集 , 情報活用 , 帰納的な分析 , Process of Nursing Diagnosis , Initial Assessment , Data Collection , Data Application , Inductive Analysis pp.42-50
Published Date 2003/3/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.7004100139
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 Conditions under which nurses collect information during their initial assessments were investigated. In addition, the significance and application of the information collected were evaluated. Researchers accompanied nurses while they collected information within 24 hours of patient admission. Researchers used a non-participatory observation method and detailed field notes, and interviewed nurses about the process of information collection using a semi-structured interview. Based on field notes and interview outcomes, a transcript was created, and inductive analysis was performed. Five nurses, each with more than four years working experience, collected information from six patients. Repeatedly observed patterns during the information collection process included “impression-based information collection”, “satisfaction-based information collection”and “questionnaire-based information collection”. The attitude of nurses toward information collection could be classified as a limited-objective type, which lacks diversified views about the purpose and application of the information.


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電子版ISSN 印刷版ISSN 1341-3007 日本看護診断学会

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