00080 Ineffective family health management

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00080 Ineffective family health management

Definition of the NANDA label

Pattern of regulation and integration in the family processes of a program for the treatment of the disease and its sequelae that is unsatisfactory to achieve specific health objectives.

A pattern of regulating and integrating into family processes a program for the treatment of illness and its sequelae that is unsatisfactory for meeting specific health goals of the family unit.

Defining characteristics

• Inappropriate family activities to achieve the goals of a prevention or treatment program.
• Acceleration of the symptoms of illness in a family member.
• Lack of attention to the disease and its consequences.
• Lack of attention to the aftermath of the disease.
• Verbal expression of the desire to manage the treatment of the disease and the prevention of sequelae.
• Verbal expression of difficulties with the regulation or integration of one or more of the effects or for the prevention of complications.
• Verbal expressions that the family will not take action to reduce risk factors for disease progression and its sequelae.

Related factors

• Complexity of the therapeutic regimen.
• Conflicts of decisions or family conflict.
• Excessive demands on the individual to the family.
• Complexity of the health care system.
• Economic difficulties.

At risk population

• Economically disadvantaged

NOC

• Social competence.
• Family functioning.
• Normalization of the family.
• Family involvement in health care.
• Overcoming family problems.

NIC

• Procedural education.
• Treatment education
• Education disease process.
• Stimulation of family integrity.
• Promotion of family involvement.
• Maintenance in family processes.
• Promotion of family normalization.
• Family mobilization.
• Support in decision making.
• Health system guides.
• Increased coping.

This diagnosis will retire from the NANDA-I Taxonomy in the 2021-2023 edition unless additional work is completed to bring it up to a level of evidence 2.1 or higher.

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