Definition of the NANDA label
Pattern of regulation and integration in the community processes of a program for the treatment of the disease and its sequelae that is unsatisfactory to achieve the health objectives.
• Lack of people and programs responsible for group health care.
• Deficit of community activities for secondary and tertiary prevention.
• Symptoms of illness above the expected norm for the number of people and the type of population.
• Unexpected acceleration of the disease / s.
• Deficit of defenders of the groups.
• The amount of resources for health care is insufficient for the incidence or prevalence of the disease or diseases.
• Lack of resources available for health care.
• Pending development
• Social competence.
• State of social health.
• Development of a program.
• Promotion of community health.
• Monitoring of health policies.
• Support in decision making.
• Environmental management: community.