Carme Espinosa i Fresnedo has been involved in NANDA International for many years, and has collaborated as a presenter, committee member, translator, member of the Board of Directors, and currently serves as President of NANDA-I. She was inducted as a Fellow of NANDA International in 2016. She has also served as a member and held board-level positions in the Asociación Española de Nomenclatura Taxonomía y Diagnóstico Enfermero (AENTDE) and the Association for Common European Nursing Diagnoses Interventions and Outcomes (ACENDIO).
Carme’s work has included collaborating on several published articles, chapters, and books – nationally and internationally – on standardized nursling languages and critical thinking. She has collaborated with the team from the University of Iowa both on the Nursing Intervention and Nursing Outcomes Classifications. She has also been the translator the NANDA-I textbook, NANDA International nursing diagnoses: Definitions and classification for three cycles, and is currently translating the European Spanish edition of our upcoming edition.
Her research includes collaboration with several research groups in relation to standardized nursing languages, especially those related to translation and cultural validation of language. Additionally, she has participated in numerous national and international congresses and meetings, presenting papers and in keynote presenter roles. She currently works for Human Resource Development and Training – at Lidera S.L., in Andorra.