Providing kidney disease education is a big component of the nephrology practice CRD management, yet significant knowledge deficit
was evident among survey participants, indicating the possibility that other factors may have contributed to this finding.
This qualitative study found that the faculty participants' knowledge deficits
and pedagogical concerns created barriers that hindered them from effectively addressing tobacco prevention and cessation with nursing students, despite the opportunity participants saw for practicing nurses to provide information to patients.
Included in the Patient Need for Care factor are Emotional Support, Knowledge Deficit
, Severity of Illness, and Complexity of Clinical Decisions; included in the Complexity factor are Task/Procedure Complexity, Complexity of Clinical Decisions, Assessment, and Indirect Care with a strong correlation (.762) between the two factors.
In this study, a nursing knowledge deficit
regarding general characteristics of delirium and its risk factors was identified.
For example, the tool directs the nurse to assess the patient and/or family for knowledge deficit
or needs for emotional support.
Of the four images (passive reception, learning as discovery, learning as knowledge deficit
and accrual, and learning as guided construction), the last one fits best with current scientific ideas about learning.
Possible nursing diagnoses include risk for infection, fear and anxiety related to the diagnosis, acute pain, impaired urinary elimination and (possibly) knowledge deficit
A third area of knowledge deficit
is pain intervention.
* A knowledge deficit
when attempting to critique the various types of research studies;
of self-care for managing diabetes.
Of these 12, seven of them identified that anxiety and knowledge deficit
were relevant pre-operative diagnoses; a total of 12 pre-operative diagnoses were listed for a cholecystectomy.
He took serious note of the knowledge deficit
of the officers present in the meeting.