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Quality criteria, instruments, and requirements for nursing documentation

a systematic review of systematic reviews

Quality criteria, instruments, and requirements for nursing documentation

a systematic review of systematic reviews

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AIM: To obtain an overview of existing evidence on quality criteria, instruments, and requirements for nursing documentation. DESIGN: Systematic review of systematic reviews. DATA SOURCES: We systematically searched the databases PubMed and CINAHL for the period 2007-April 2017. We also performed additional searches. REVIEW METHODS: Two reviewers independently selected the reviews using a stepwise procedure, assessed the methodological quality of the selected reviews, and extracted the data using a predefined extraction format. We performed descriptive synthesis. RESULTS: Eleven systematic reviews were included. Several quality criteria were described referring to the importance of following the nursing process and using standardized nursing terminologies. In addition, some evidence-based instruments were described for assessing the quality of nursing documentation, such as the D-Catch. Furthermore, several requirements for formats and systems of electronic nursing documentation were found that refer to the importance of user-friendliness and development in consultation with nursing staff. CONCLUSION: Aligning documentation with the nursing process, using standard terminologies, and using user-friendly formats and systems appear to be important for high-quality nursing documentation. The lack of evidence-based quality indicators presents a challenge in the pursuit of high-quality nursing documentation. IMPACT: There is uncertainty in nursing practice about which criteria have to be met to achieve high-quality documentation. Aligning documentation with the nursing process, using standard terminologies, and using user-friendly formats and systems appear to be important. These findings can help nursing staff and care organizations enhance the quality of nursing documentation.

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OrganisatieHanzehogeschool Groningen
LectoraatNursing Diagnostics
Gepubliceerd inJournal of advanced nursing Wiley-Blackwell, Vol. 75, Uitgave: 7, Pagina's: 1379-1393
Jaar2019
TypeAndersoortig materiaal
ISSN0309-2402
DOI10.1111/jan.13919
TaalEngels

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