00294 Ineffective Self -Management Of Family Health

Domain 1: health promotion
Class 2: Health Management
Diagnostic Code: 00294
Nanda label: ineffective self -management of family health
Diagnostic focus: health self -management
approved 2020 • Evidence level 2.1

NANDA Nursing Diagnosis Definition

Nanda nursing diagnosis « ineffective self -management of family health is defined as: unsatisfactory management of symptoms, treatment, physical, psychic and spiritual consequences and changes in the lifestyle inherent in inherent lifestyle live with the chronic condition of one or more family members.

Definite characteristics

  • Pressure on the caregiver (a)
  • Decreased condition to condition in one or more family members
  • Depressive symptoms of the caregiver
  • Exacerbation of disease signs in one or more family members
  • Exacerbation of disease symptoms in one or more family members
  • Failure to initiate actions to reduce risk factors in one or more family members
  • ineffective decisions in daily life to achieve the health objectives of the family unit
  • One or more family members report dissatisfaction with the quality of life

Related factors

  • Cognitive dysfunction
  • Cognitive dysfunction of one or more caregivers (as)
  • Contradictory demands on family unit
  • Contradictory preferences of lifestyle in the family
  • Conflict between health behaviors and social norms
  • Conflict between spiritual beliefs and the therapeutic regime
  • Difficulty accessing community resources
  • Difficulty dealing with changes associated with the problem
  • Difficulty in managing a complex therapeutic regime
  • Difficulty in handling in complex health systems
  • Difficulty in decision making
  • Family conflict
  • Inadequate implication in an action plan
  • Inadequate caregiver’s health literacy
  • Inappropriate knowledge about the treatment regime
  • Inappropriate number of indications for action
  • Inadequate social support
  • INEFICACIOUS COMMUNICATION SKILLS
  • INEFICACIOUS COVERY SKILLS
  • Limited ability to perform some aspects of treatment
  • Low self -efficacy
  • Negative feelings towards the therapeutic regime
  • No acceptance of a problem
  • Obstacle perception of the therapeutic regime
  • Perception of a social stigma associated with a problem
  • Inappropriate use of substances
  • Non -realistic perception of the severity of the situation
  • Non -realistic perception of susceptibility to sequels
  • Non -realistic perception of the benefits of treatment
  • INSOLIDARY FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS

Risk population

  • Families at an economic disadvantage
  • Families with members who experience diagnosis delay
  • Families with members who experience low educational level
  • Families with members who have limited experience in decision making
  • Families with premature infant

Associated problems

  • Chronic disease
  • Mental disorders
  • Neurocognitive disorder
  • Terminal condition