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ErinMarie posted on 11/18/2001 5:03:32 AMReply
Nursing DX Independence/Dependence Conflict

Could someone please explain this nursing diagnosis to me? I haven't been able to find it in any of my books. I've only been out of nursing school 3 years, so it must be very new. The internet hasn't helped much either. Any info or online resources that could help me with it would be greatly appreciated :) Thanks, Erin (erinmarieduffy@msn.com)

griffithestep posted on 3/27/2002 10:15:16 PMReply
RE: Nursing DX Independence/Dependence Conflict

This is just a guess, but I would think that it is a psychological dependency rather than physical.
Thought I would at least pass it on, maybe it will help.

eeoj posted on 3/29/2002 8:08:43 PMReply
RE: Nursing DX Independence/Dependence Conflict

I wonder if this is decisional conflict? Independence/dependence is not one of the NANDA accepted nursing diagnosis. A great resourse is Nursing diagnosis: application to clinical practice by lynda juall carpenito isbn; 0781719704.
good luck
elise

rebecca226@hotmail.com posted on 3/30/2002 9:15:57 PMReply
RE: Nursing DX Independence/Dependence Conflict

In college, independent, meant nursing decision on the nursing diagnosis, and dependent meant colaborating with or Dr. decisions. Will this help? Could this mean a conflict between health care workers?