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Nursing Models and Integrated Care Pathways: Compatibility or Conflict?

Nursing Models and Integrated Care Pathways: Compatibility or Conflict? OPINION Nursing models and integrated care pathways: c omp a tibili ty or c o nflic t ? Sue Johnson Venture Training and Consulting Ltd provide a common foundation upon which they build I NTRO D U C T I 0 N their subsequent practice. Without a code or frame- This paper looks at nursing models - what they are work or model for care delivery, there can be no and how they are used, and considers how such niod- definable profession of nursing (or any other health els of care relate to the integrated care pathway (ICP) care profession); without such a model or code, any tool. We will discuss whether ICPs should replace the individual would be able to practice whatever actions, use of nursing models by considering whether there is in whatever manner they chose. conflict between the two concepts or whether they are compatible with one another and can thus be used NURSING PROCESS together to enhance patient care. The nursing process is a concept central to nursing practice. It is a systematic, problem-solving approach MODELS FOR CARE DELIVERY to patient care, that has four discreet stages: All health care professionals of whichever discipline 1. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Integrated Care Pathways SAGE

Nursing Models and Integrated Care Pathways: Compatibility or Conflict?

Journal of Integrated Care Pathways , Volume 5 (2): 5 – Aug 1, 2001

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SAGE
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© 2001 SAGE Publications
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1473-2297
DOI
10.1177/147322970100500206
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Abstract

OPINION Nursing models and integrated care pathways: c omp a tibili ty or c o nflic t ? Sue Johnson Venture Training and Consulting Ltd provide a common foundation upon which they build I NTRO D U C T I 0 N their subsequent practice. Without a code or frame- This paper looks at nursing models - what they are work or model for care delivery, there can be no and how they are used, and considers how such niod- definable profession of nursing (or any other health els of care relate to the integrated care pathway (ICP) care profession); without such a model or code, any tool. We will discuss whether ICPs should replace the individual would be able to practice whatever actions, use of nursing models by considering whether there is in whatever manner they chose. conflict between the two concepts or whether they are compatible with one another and can thus be used NURSING PROCESS together to enhance patient care. The nursing process is a concept central to nursing practice. It is a systematic, problem-solving approach MODELS FOR CARE DELIVERY to patient care, that has four discreet stages: All health care professionals of whichever discipline 1.

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Journal of Integrated Care PathwaysSAGE

Published: Aug 1, 2001

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