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Evaluation of NOC standardized outcome of "health seeking behavior" in nurse-managed clinics

Evaluation of NOC standardized outcome of "health seeking behavior" in nurse-managed clinics

Journal of Nursing Care Quality 21(3): 242-247

This study evaluated the accomplishment of the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) outcome "Health Seeking Behavior" in 5 nurse-managed clinics. Nurse practitioners and registered nurses rated patients on 11 indicators of health seeking behaviors, and recorded their level of knowledge of the patient. A total of 556 evaluations were collected. Health seeking behavior scores were lowest in a rural county school-based clinic and highest in a federally qualified health center. Ratings increased with nurses' knowledge of patients and for older patients.

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PMID: 16816605

DOI: 10.1097/00001786-200607000-00009

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