Introduction: Factors that affect the quality of nursing documentation include the use of terminology and documentation instruments according to standards. Educational programs are needed to improve the ability of nurses in the use of standard nursing terminology. This review study aims to explore the effect of a standardized nursing terminology education program on the quality of nursing. Methods: A systematic review of search results from six electronic databases (Scopus, ProQuest, Web of Science, Science Direct, PubMed and Research Gate). The criteria for the papers in this study are articles published in 2017 - 2022, full texts, articles using English or Indonesian, and research methods using cohort study, quasi-experimental, or randomized control trial. The keyword used are ("Standardized Nursing Terminology" OR "Standardized Nursing Language" OR "NANDA") AND ("education" OR "educational program" OR "training"). The review used the Joanna Briggs Institute Guidelines for quality reviews and the Prisma checklist for this review guide. Results: We found ten studies that met the inclusion criteria in the review. The included study contains the effect of a standardized nursing terminology education program on the quality of nursing documentation. All participants in this study were nurses who worked in hospital. Nurse training with assistance in writing nursing documentation is proven to improve the quality of nursing documentation.Conclusion: All studies show that standard nursing terminology education programs can improve nurses skills in nursing documentation. It's necessary to hold continous training for all nurses related to nursing language standards.
- Nursing Documentation
- Standardized Nursing Terminology