The student will demonstrate the ability to plan care for a complex patient. Upon completion of this assignment, the student will: Demonstrate the ability to synthesize and apply knowledge related to a chosen area of nursing practice.
Instructions: Please address each bullet points in your writing or see the provided example assignment paper how the paper should look like. You can write similar to the provided example assignment because the diagnoses are the same. Please read the instructions thoroughly.
Faculty will approval of disease process /patient issues that student has chosen End-stage renal disease, Hypertension and Type 2 diabetes.
Student will develop a comprehensive paper (no greater than 3pages) to include the following:
The student will demonstrate the ability to plan care for a complex patient
Upon completion of this assignment, the student will:
1. Demonstrate the ability to synthesize and apply knowledge related to a chosen area of nursing practice.
2. Integrate findings from best practice to describe the current state of nursing. Knowledge relevant to identified problems, interventions, prevention of complications and holistic nursing care.
Student will develop and create a patient scenario that describes at least 2 health Issues, student will develop the patient’s background and comorbidities.
· Brief description of the clinical issue and its significance to nursing and healthcare ( Identifytwo-three specific patient problems)
· Based on patient problems utilize best practices from nursing literature
Case Description include:
· Health problem
· Medical determinants
· Social determinants (cultural, economic, educational, institutional factors)
· SBAR The SBAR (situation, background, assessment and recommendation) tool is provided to aid in facilitating and strengthening communication between nurses and prescribers throughout the implementation of this quality improvement initiative.
Proposed Holistic plan of care, for each identified patient problem. Include details of level of care, interventions, potential risks, and complications and rational for the following:
· Management of Care
· Safety and Infection Control
· Health Promotion and Maintenance
· Psychosocial Integrity
· Basic Care and Comfort
· Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies
· Reduction of Risk Potential
· Physiological Adaptation
Discuss the Role of the nurse in relation to:
· Inter-professional Team, identify members that will be interact with the patients to accomplish patient goals and mange care.
· Preventing complications
· Development of Patient Case Scenario (20pts) Must have at least 2 health issues – A SBAR and related physical assessment findings are included.
· Organization of paper; Grammar/Writing Style: (10 pts)
· APA format and Paper is logically organized:
· Paper proceeds from introduction to summary of patient and health issues
· All sections of paper outline are discernable
· Proper use of headings; professional writing style (no jargon, etc.); Ideas should be logically presented; No typos / spelling errors present.
· Synthesis and Analysis (60 pts)
· Based on Current Standards of Nursing Practice student will develop a patient scenario/case study including relevance of all interventions/ management plan, social factors relevant to the case and the role of nurse are addressed. Achievement of client outcomes should be guided by the over-arching domains of Safe and Effective Care Environment, Health Promotion and Maintenance, and Psychosocial Integrity, Physiological.
· The following dimensions should be reflected in the plans of care and will be evaluated as part of 60 points
· Management of Care (20%)
· Safety and Infection Control (12%)
· Health Promotion and Maintenance (9%)
· Psychosocial Integrity (9%)
· Basic Care and Comfort (9%)
· Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies (15%)
· Reduction of Risk Potential (12%)
· Physiological Adaptation (14%)
References (10 pts) Must have at least 2- 3 current references, textbooks are permitted or peer reviewed scholarly journals in nursing and healthcare. Current references within past 5 years (unless classic information is presented).
Care coordination in the primary care practice involves deliberately organizing patient care activities and sharing information among all of the participants concerned with a patient’s care to achieve safer and more effective care.
The main goal of care coordination is to meet patients’ needs and preferences in the delivery of high-quality, high-value health care. This means that the patient’s needs and preferences are known and communicated at the right time to the right people, and that this information is used to guide the delivery of safe, appropriate, and effective care.
There are two ways of achieving coordinated care: using broad approaches that are commonly used to improve health care delivery and using specific care coordination activities.
Examples of broad care coordination approaches include:
Examples of specific care coordination activities include: