VALIDATION OF NURSING OUTCOMES’ INDICATORS OF NURSING OUTCOMES CLASSIFICATION OF SELF-CARE FOR PATIENTS WITH STROKE
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content validity
nursing outcome classification
self-care
stroke

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Mulyani, S., & Nurjannah, I. (2019). VALIDATION OF NURSING OUTCOMES’ INDICATORS OF NURSING OUTCOMES CLASSIFICATION OF SELF-CARE FOR PATIENTS WITH STROKE. Belitung Nursing Journal, 5(3), 130–135. https://doi.org/10.33546/bnj.768
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Abstract

Background: Evaluation of nursing outcome based Nursing Outcome Classification (NOC) is very important. However, there is dearth of information regarding its validation in Indonesian language.

Objective:  To validate four nursing outcomes’ indicators of the Nursing Outcome Classification (NOC) for stroke patients with self-care deficit problems.

Methods: This was a descriptive quantitative study with cross sectional design. Outcomes indicators of self-care: bathing, dressing, eating, and toileting were developed for measuring its relevance, clarity, simplicity and ambiguity. Content validity index was used for analysis, which involved three nursing experts.

Results: Out of the 59 outcome indicators, 49 (83.05%) were considered as passing indicators and 10 (16.95%) were eliminated.

Conclusion: The passing indicators can be applied in caring for stroke patients. The NOC indicators can be implemented in clinical setting, particularly for stroke patient with self -are deficit problems.

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Nursing School, Faculty of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

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