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Using nursing interventions classification as a framework to revise the Belgian nursing minimum data set



Using nursing interventions classification as a framework to revise the Belgian nursing minimum data set



International Journal of Nursing Terminologies and Classifications 20(3): 122-131



To develop the revised Belgian nursing minimum data set (B-NMDS). The Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC, 2nd edition) was used as a framework. Six expert nurse panels (cardiology, oncology, intensive care, pediatrics, geriatrics, chronic care) were consulted. Seventy-nine panelists completed standardized e-mail questionnaires and discussed results in face-to-face meetings. We initially selected 256 of 433 NIC interventions. After panel discussions, plenary meetings, and pretesting, the revised B-NMDS (alpha version) contained 79 items covering 22 NIC classes and 196 NIC interventions. Consensus building promoted acceptance of the B-NMDS, while the NIC provided a good theoretical basis and guaranteed international comparability. The revised B-NMDS instrument can be used to visualize nursing activities in different applications (e.g., financing, staffing allocation).

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-618x.2009.01124.x


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