Japan Society of Nursing Diagnosis Volume 18, Issue 1 (March 2013)

Concept Analyze of“Impulse Control”in Nursing Akira Nagata 1 1Department of Nursing Science, Faculty of Health Care, Tenri Health Care University Keyword: 衝動コントロール , 概念分析 , 看護 , 看護診断 , Impulse Control , Concept Analysis , Nursing , Nursing Diagnosis pp.5-15
Published Date 2013/3/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.7004100366
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 The purpose of this research is to analyze the concept“impulse control”and to improve the quality of NANDA-I Evidence Criteria. The method used was the one employed in Walker & Avant (2005). As a result, the concept analysis identified the following: [1] two attributes,“behavioral patterns that affect one's self”and “those that have an impact on others”; [2] three antecedents,“external stimulus”,“internal stimulus”and “diseases that make it difficult to anticipate the consequence of behavior”, and [3] two kinds of consequence, which were“self-directed”and “other-directed”. The results of impulse control have been found to be ineffective. The results of the present study provide support for the validity of the definition, defining characteristics, and other related factors adopted in the NANDA-I diagnosis Ineffective Impulse Control, and suggest that these new defining characteristics and related factors be added to this diagnostic standard.

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18巻1号 (2013年3月)
電子版ISSN 印刷版ISSN 1341-3007 日本看護診断学会