You are to create a scenario utilizing diagnosis from North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA), intervention from Nursing Intervention Classification (NOC) and outcomes from Nursing Outcome Classification (NOC). You must describe in detail the data, information, knowledge, and wisdom that guided you to the diagnosis, intervention and outcome.
Explaining Data, information, knowledge, wisdom:
Define the 4 concepts as follows: (1) data are discrete entities described objectively without interpretation; (2) information is data that are interpreted, organized, or structured; and (3) knowledge is information that is synthesized so that relationships are identified and formalized. Defined wisdom as the appropriate application of knowledge to the management and solution of human problems.
For example, data derived from direct care of an individual may then be compiled across persons and aggregated for decision making by nurses, nurse administrators, or other health professionals. an instance of vital signs for an individual’s heart rate, respiration, temperature, and blood pressure can be considered a set of data elements. A serial set of vital signs taken over time, placed into a context, and used for longitudinal comparisons is considered information. That is, a dropping blood pressure and increasing heart rate, respiratory rate, and fever in an elderly, catheterized person are recognized as being abnormal for this person. The recognition that the person may be septic and, therefore, may need certain nursing interventions reflects information synthesis (knowledge) based on nursing knowledge and experience.
As data are transformed into information and information into knowledge, each level increases in complexity and requires greater application of human intellect. As data are collected, organized, and grouped with other data, they become transformed into information. For example, the numbers 100, 95, and 90 graphed together can be interpreted as a downward trend and become information Wisdom is knowing when and how to apply knowledge to deal with complex problems or specific human need. Although knowledge focuses on what is known, wisdom focuses on the appropriate application of that knowledge. For example, a knowledge base may include several options for managing an anxious family, whereas wisdom would guide the decisions about which of these options are most appropriate within a specific family. As this example demonstrates, the scope of NI is based on the scope of nursing practice and nursing science with a concentration on data, information, knowledge, and wisdom.
Remember, you are to use NANDA for diagnosis, NIC for interventions and NOC for patient outcomes in the scenario. Here is a link below with lists diagnosis, intervention and outcome. Please provide 3 scholarly articles references. Scholarly articles are comes from a professional, peer-reviewed publication (e.g., a journal or a government report such as from the FDA or CDC); contains references for sources cited, so you can find the original source of information; is written by a professional or scholar in the field and indicates credentials of the author(s); and is no more than 5 years old; PLEASE provide DOI to article.
Here is the book we are using:
McGonigle, D. & Mastrian, K. (2015). Nursing informatics and the foundation of knowledge (3rd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett.
Introduction-Introduction presents a brief overview of the scenario and of the parts of the paper.
NANDA, NIC, and NOC Elements-Clearly identifies related NANDA, NIC, and NOC elements.
Data, Information, Knowledge, and Wisdom -Describes in detail the data, information, knowledge, and wisdom that guided you.
Conclusion-Concluding statements summarize insights about the key elements of the paper gained during the assignment.
APA Style-Text, title page, and reference page(s) are completely consistent with APA format.
Citations-Ideas and information from other sources are cited correctly.
Writing Mechanics-Rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, and punctuation are consistent with formal written work, and page restrictions are met.