Objective: To elaborate and validate a proposal for a nursing care plan in people hospitalized with AIDS, in an infectious disease unit, using ICNP® version 2015. Methods: A cross-sectional study, followed by validation of content, performed with 20 nurses and 120 people, living with AIDS in an infectious disease unit of a hospital of infectious diseases in Northeast Brazil. The methodological trajectory was carried out in the following stages: elaboration of the diagnosis, nursing outcomes; Initial proposal of nursing interventions; Preparation of a care plan; And validation of the plan by field experts. Results: 42 diagnoses were elaborated and validated, 33 presented CVI ≥ 0.80 (55.42%) among field experts. From this quantitative, 228 interventions were elaborated and 41 obtained a CVI ≥ 0.80 (44.78%), considered validated. Conclusion: The study allowed us to identify and validate nursing diagnoses, outcomes and interventions for the use in clinical practice, aiming to subsidize the process of care for people with AIDS.
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