The health care delivery system in the year 2000: Nursing care for the societal client

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Abstract

The health care delivery system is defined as a societal entity consisting of all persons in the country capable of acting responsibly, and is seen as a client requiring nursing care. Using the nursing process (assessment, diagnosis, planning, intervention, and evaluation), the author determines a NANDA-approved diagnosis of body image disturbance and offers a care plan with the year 2000 as a time limit for short-term goals

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