00226 Ineffective Planning Risk Of Activities

Domain 9: coping/stress tolerance
Class 2: coping responses
Diagnostic Code: 00226
Nanda label: ineffective planning risk of activities
Diagnostic focus: activities planning
Approved 2010 • Revised 2013 • Evidence level 2.1

NANDA Nursing Diagnosis Definition

Nanda nursing diagnosis « risk of ineffective planning of activities is defined as: likely to be unable to prepare for a set of actions set in time and under certain conditions, which can compromise health.

Risk factors

  • Bend behavior when facing the proposed solution
  • Hedonism
  • Inadequate ability to process information
  • Inadequate social support
  • Non -realistic perception of the event
  • Non -realistic perception of personal skills

Risk population

  • People with a history of delay

Suggestions of use

The ineffective planning of activities can be presented as a reaction to other diseases (or symptoms), or nursing diagnoses such as anxiety, chronic confusion, ineffective coping, fatigue, despair, ineffective impulse control, ineffective management of one’s health , impotence and self -care deficit. If other defining characteristics are presented (for example, anxiety or fatigue), perhaps that broader diagnosis is more effective in planning patient care.

NOC Results

  • Noc results have not yet been associated with this diagnosis. To review some suggestions, see the diagnosis ineffective planning of activities.

Evaluation objectives and criteria

  • See the diagnosis ineffective planning of activities.

NIC Interventions

  • Nic interventions have not yet been associated with this diagnosis. Some of the interventions and activities for the ineffective planning of activities could also be useful for the potential problem.

Nursing Activities

  • Nursing activities for this diagnosis should focus on identifying risk factors and evaluating the presence of symptoms of ineffective activities.


  • Evaluate the availability and effectiveness of patient support systems
  • Evaluate the ability to process information (for example, follow instructions)
  • Observe if the patient posts things
  • Determine if the patient perceives the events realistically
  • Assess the way in which the patient perceives his own competition