Welcome to NANDA International

Improving Communication & Standardizing Global Nursing Language

Welcome to NANDA International

Providing the World’s Leading Nursing Diagnoses for Use in Practice

Welcome to NANDA International

Contributing to Clinical Practice & Patient Safety Around The World
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Check out this recent feedback we received:“Albuquerque Public Schools [New Mexico, USA] has been utilizing the Sunrise River Press editions for Individualized Healthcare Plans for School Nurses since the mid-1990s or earlier? A part of this has been utilizing NANDA approved nursing diagnoses as it helps to focus student care and support interventions that support students in benefitting from their education and/or accessing the school environment.”Just another example of the great work that NANDA-I is doing in the healthcare field around the world. Do you want to be a part of the change?Become a NANDA-I member today!nanda.org/product-category/memberships/Image: NANDA-I supports students around the world ... See MoreSee Less
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📖 The Thirteenth Edition of NANDA-I’s Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions and Classifications 2024-2026 is now available!In this new edition, we have provided a more in-depth discussion on diagnosis and its linkage to assessment, using Kamitsuru’s Tripartite Model of Nursing Practice to differentiate between interdependent interventions based on medical and organizational standards of care, and autonomous nursing interventions based on nursing standards of care.Functional Health Patterns are used as an assessment framework to guide nurses in collecting relevant data to drive accuracy in nursing diagnosis. Ontology, classification and taxonomy are described, and the axial structure of our diagnoses – which has seen significant revision – is explained in detail.An overview on all changes and revisions in the classification is provided, along with updated research priorities and future foci for the Diagnosis Development Committee and the NANDA-I Association.Learn more about how to purchase your copy here: nanda.org/publications-resources/publications/nanda-international-nursing-diagnoses/Image: Order Your Copy Today! ... See MoreSee Less
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This newly published research identified and synthesized evidence regarding the documented relationship between the standardized nursing terminologies and the unfinished nursing care phenomenon."Exploring the nexus between the standardized nursing terminologies and the unfinished nursing care phenomenon: An empty systematic review" by Luca Bertocchi, PhD, RN, Stefania Chiappinotto PhD, RN, and Professor Alvisa Palese PhD, RN has been posted in the International Journal of Nursing Knowledge.➡️ NANDA-I members can access it anytime in the member portal!onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/2047-3095.12465?campaign=wolearlyviewImage: New journal article Wiley Health ... See MoreSee Less
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Dr. Suellen Emidio
NANDA-I / Boston College Gordon Scholar | Brazil
Dr. Rita de Cassia Gengo e Silva Butcher
NANDA-I / Boston College Gordon Scholar | Brazil / USA
Luca Bertocchi L'Aquila
NANDA-I / Boston College Gordon Scholar | Italy
Chinma Adereti
NANDA-I / Boston College Gordon Scholar | Nigeria, Africa

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Being a NANDA-I member gives me the opportunity to network and build relationships with other like-minded professionals as well as mentors.
Stella Chinma Adereti
Nigeria, Africa
For me to be a NANDA-I member means to have a unique opportunity to contribute in nursing visibility at national and international level.
Luca Bertocchi
L’Aquila, Italy
As a member of NANDA-I, I have learned and shared experiences with my peers, which brought relevant contributions to my clinical practice, teaching, and research.
Rita de Cassia Gengo e Silva Butcher
San Paulo Brazil and Florida
Being part of NANDA-I means being in touch with the core of nursing: the ability to make assertive clinical decisions based on the best scientific evidence.
Suellen Emilio
San Paulo, Brazil
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