00207 Willingness To Improve The Relationship

Domain 7: role/relationships
Class 3: role performance
Diagnostic Code: 00207
Nanda label: disposition to improve the
relationship
Diagnostic focus: relationship
Approved 2006 • Revised 2013 • Evidence level 2.1

NANDA Nursing Diagnosis Definition

Nanda’s nursing diagnosis « willingness to improve the relationship ” is defined as: mutual collaboration pattern to meet the needs of each one, which can be reinforced.

Definite characteristics

  • Express desire to improve autonomy between the couple
  • Expresses desire to improve collaboration between the couple
  • Express desire to improve communication between the couple
  • Expresses desire to improve the satisfaction of emotional needs for each couple member
  • Express desire to improve mutual respect between the couple
  • Expresses desire to improve satisfaction with interpersonal complementary relationships between the couple
  • Expresses desire to improve satisfaction with the fulfillment of emotional needs for each member of the couple
  • Expresses desire to improve satisfaction with the exchange of ideas between the couple
  • Expresses desire to improve satisfaction with the exchange of information between the couple
  • Expresses desire to improve satisfaction with the fulfillment of physical needs for each couple’s member
  • Expresses desire to improve the understanding of the functional deficits of the couple

NOC Results

  • Development: Intermediate adulthood: cognitive, psychosocial and moral advance, from 40 to 65 years of age
  • Development: Late adulthood: cognitive, psychosocial and moral advance, 65 years of age onwards
  • Development: Early adulthood: cognitive, psychosocial and moral advance, from 18 to 39 years of age
  • Role performance: congruence of the behavior of the role of an individual with the expectations of the role

Evaluation objectives and criteria

Examples with the use of noc> terms

  • • No ineffective relationships are observed, as indicated by a normal development: in late adulthood (intermediate or early) and a satisfactory performance of the role of the couple’s members.
  • • Development: Intermediate adulthood, as manifested by the following indicators (specify from 1 to 5: Never, sometimes, sometimes, often or usually):
    • maintains a healthy intimate relationship with your partner
    • It adapts to changes in sexual functioning
    • Recognize the values ??and opinions of others (that is, the couple)
    • Respect others (that is, the couple)
    • Recognize that healthy relationships require mutual trust

Other examples

  • • Identify your partner as an important person in your life
  • • Manifest satisfaction with the relationship
  • • Manifest to share ideas and/or information with your partner
  • • Manifests the satisfaction of your physical and emotional needs
  • • The couple demonstrates mutual support in their daily activities
  • • The couple speaks openly and honestly about their differences and tolerates their differences of opinion

NIC Interventions

  • Clarification of Securities: Assistance to the couple to clarify their own values ??in order to facilitate good decision making
  • Family support: promotion of family values, interests and objectives
  • Promotion of family integrity: promotion of cohesion and family unit
  • Improvement of self -awareness: Help a patient to explore and understand their thoughts, feelings, motivations and behavior
  • Improvement of the role: assistance to a patient, his family and more relatives, to improve relationships by clarifying and complementing specific role behaviors

Nursing Activities

Valuations

  • • Help the couple identify aspects that could become stressful factors in their relationship
  • • Evaluate how the couple uses effective communication skills
  • • Determine the aspects that the couple wants to improve in their relationship
  • • Determine how the couple handles the conflicts
  • • Evaluate the general functioning of the family
  • • Assess the way each member perceives their roles

Patient and family education

  • • Teach communication skills (give the opportunity to perform roles games), as required
  • • Recommend Internet sites about healthy relationships
  • • Describe the active listening technique and explain its importance
  • • Instruct the couple about nonverbal communication, as required

Others

  • • Maintain a positive attitude and approach
  • • Encourage the open communication of concerns and doubts
  • • Encourage the couple to talk about their feelings
  • • Promote the use of game and the sense of humor in the relationship