The world is complex. Human beings tend to manage the complexity by breaking up experiences into manageable components that have meaning. These components are stored as mental representations, or concepts, that permit thinking when the object is not present. Naming of concepts permits recognition and communication with others; grammatical rules for combining concepts permits thoughts to be shared through language, and concepts within a classification system permit organization of ideas.

The purpose of this paper is to examine from a historical perspective the development of classification systems in nursing and the interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary issues that influence development. The focus will be limited to

  1. three major classifications used in practice in the United States and
  2. the developing international classification.

The first systematic attempt to classify disease is credited to Francois Bossier de Lacroix with the publication of Nosologia Methodica in the mid-1700s. Interest in the 18th and 19th century centered on the classification of causes of death, although many thought the classification should also include non-fatal conditions. Florence Nightingale delivered a paper titled Proposals for a Uniform Plan of Hospital Statistics at the fourth International Statistical Congress in London, 1860, urging the inclusion of non-fatal conditions.

The world is complex. Human beings tend to manage the complexity by breaking up experiences into manageable components that have meaning. These components are stored as mental representations, or concepts, that permit thinking when the object is not present. Naming of concepts permits recognition and communication with others; grammatical rules for combining concepts permits thoughts to be shared through language, and concepts within a classification system permit organization of ideas.

The purpose of this paper is to examine from a historical perspective the development of classification systems in nursing and the interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary issues that influence development. The focus will be limited to

  1. three major classifications used in practice in the United States and
  2. the developing international classification.

The first systematic attempt to classify disease is credited to Francois Bossier de Lacroix with the publication of Nosologia Methodica in the mid-1700s. Interest in the 18th and 19th century centered on the classification of causes of death, although many thought the classification should also include non-fatal conditions. Florence Nightingale delivered a paper titled Proposals for a Uniform Plan of Hospital Statistics at the fourth International Statistical Congress in London, 1860, urging the inclusion of non-fatal conditions.

Here's the 5th Edition of the resource you'll turn to again and again to select the appropriate diagnosis and to plan, individualize, and document care for more than 850 diseases and disorders. A new, streamlined design makes reference easier than ever.

Only in the Nursing Diagnosis Manual will you find for each diagnosis...defining characteristics presented subjectively and objectively - sample clinical applications to ensure you have selected the appropriate diagnoses - prioritized action/interventions with rationales - a documentation section, and much more!

The world is complex. Human beings tend to manage the complexity by breaking up experiences into manageable components that have meaning. These components are stored as mental representations, or concepts, that permit thinking when the object is not present. Naming of concepts permits recognition and communication with others; grammatical rules for combining concepts permits thoughts to be shared through language, and concepts within a classification system permit organization of ideas.

The purpose of this paper is to examine from a historical perspective the development of classification systems in nursing and the interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary issues that influence development. The focus will be limited to

  1. three major classifications used in practice in the United States and
  2. the developing international classification.

The first systematic attempt to classify disease is credited to Francois Bossier de Lacroix with the publication of Nosologia Methodica in the mid-1700s. Interest in the 18th and 19th century centered on the classification of causes of death, although many thought the classification should also include non-fatal conditions. Florence Nightingale delivered a paper titled Proposals for a Uniform Plan of Hospital Statistics at the fourth International Statistical Congress in London, 1860, urging the inclusion of non-fatal conditions.

Here's the 5th Edition of the resource you'll turn to again and again to select the appropriate diagnosis and to plan, individualize, and document care for more than 850 diseases and disorders. A new, streamlined design makes reference easier than ever.

Only in the Nursing Diagnosis Manual will you find for each diagnosis...defining characteristics presented subjectively and objectively - sample clinical applications to ensure you have selected the appropriate diagnoses - prioritized action/interventions with rationales - a documentation section, and much more!

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