26th World Nursing Education Conference(10Plenary Forums - 1Event)
Prague, Czech Republic
Salus Infirmorum University school of Nursing, Spain
Title: The Nursing Diagnosis Development of Unemployment Disorder: Content Validation With Nursing Experts
Biography: Anna Bocchino
PURPOSE: This study aimed to validate the definition and define the characteristics and related factors of unemployment disorder, a proposed nursing diagnosis. METHODS: Using Fehring’s diagnostic content validity model, Spanish experts were asked to assess the adequacy of the label, defining the characteristics and other related factors. FINDINGS: The content validity index was 0.8690. A total of 16 defining characteristics reached major criteria (>0.80). CONCLUSION: The present study supports the proposed development of a nursing diagnosis for the human response to unemployment. PRACTICE IMPLICATIONS: The results suggest that the inclusion of the “unemployment disorder” diagnostic NANDA-I taxonomy would allow nursing professionals to identify the disorder and its causes and manifestations, and therefore provide the information needed for planning more relevant interventions and results.