Abstract Throughout this complete health assessment, I will approach my patient, a 49 years old, female, married patient, and perform a head to toe examination. Starting with the gathering of information, I will start with biographic data, reason for seeking care, present illness, past health history, family history, functional assessment, perception of health, head to toe examination, and baseline measurements. The subjective data will be collected first, where the patient will provide necessary information about every organ system for further examination while the objective data will be amassed in every system based on my findings. This assignment serves as an opportunity to establish a nurse-client interpersonal relationship that
I want to attend George Washington’s physician assistant program because their mission and strong curriculum will help me attain my academic objectives and become a successful PA in primary care. I will fulfill the mission at George Washington as a PA because I plan to practice evidence-based medicine, advocate for my patients, and serve the community. From my dietetics major, I learned the importance of practicing evidence-based medicine to provide the highest quality care to my patients, which is how I will practice as a PA too. Secondly, I will strive to support my patients holistically with their medical needs. Providing quality, compassionate care to my residents as a CNA, I learned how to be a reliable caregiver and address any questions about their care that they have. Lastly, I learned the importance of volunteering and serving the community from my mother as a kid and began to volunteer at church and school alongside her. Also, I was a Girl Scout for eleven years and at the end of high school earned my
Typically the screening process involves questionnaires, such as the Patient Health Questionnaire, the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale. If a person
Assessment and Diagnosis The purpose of this paper is to provide a synopsis of the importance of assessment and diagnosis in the counseling process. In the first two sections, the roles of assessment and diagnosis as they relate to case conceptualization and treatment planning will be explored. The potential implications of misdiagnosis will be the focus of the final section.
Background Information Ashley came in for behavioral therapy for her adopted child Miracle who was referred by Head Start. (Ashley is Miracle’s biological aunt, but Miracle calls her mom) Miracle has been having trouble with her behavior at home and in school, she has several outbursts daily. Miracle has a hard time with authority figures, she does not like to be told what to do, she also gets angry very easily and her mood changes quickly. Miracle has become physical violent with other members of her family, she throws things at people, bites, kicks, and pulls hair. Miracle also curses and flips people off when she is anger. Ashley is unable to take her to a store because she always makes a scene in public, one time someone threated to call the police because they thought Ashly had kidnapped Miracle. Some other examples of her behavior include: Miracle was mad in school and refused to go into the classroom, the teacher had to physically pick her up and carry her in. The other day she bit a classmate and she flipped the teacher off. Yesterday morning Miracle did not want her hair brushed, so mom did
Throughout my life I’ve been a part of 4h where you’re constantly learning, teaching and growing. You are gaining knowledge by being tested, writing speeches and gaining communication skills. Being around livestock teaches you a lot of about being responsible, caring and respectful. The life I have with livestock and 4h has helped me fine my passion in teaching. The people I’ve met from showing livestock has impacted my life. I plan to have a positive impact on my student’s lives. Being a teacher you need to be responsible, caring and respectful. I am a caring, dependable and energetic person. Throughout life you are constantly learning. There are many ways to learn and many ways to teach. I plan to be an effective teacher while making school
The 5 questions and their answers I asked in my interviews are as follows; 1). How did the professionals such as the Dr.’s, nurses, PT, OT, etc. treat and/or interact with your father/client? My first woman told me that her father was a Korean war vet and that the majority of his Dr.’s were at the VA in MN. She was not impressed because many times they all seemed as if it was a burden for them to have to see him. She also observed young men and women there in waiting rooms who were treated with respect and they seemed to get right in to their appointment whereas her dad would sometimes wait 1 to 3 hours only to be told that they would have to reschedule. It was very sad. My second woman I interviewed told me that rarely would she ever see Dr.’s
Medical background checks should be more mandatory if the person has a job or is purchasing a firearm also business need to address a lack of security in the general public places. In this case, James Holmes was arrested on July 20, 2012 for killing 12 people and wounding 58
During my first semester at West Georgia there has been a lot going on. My experience here has somewhat made me more confused about the path I want to take to becoming Radiology Technician. Also during this semester there has been a large amount of violence. Due to the violence it makes me feel less safe on campus making me second guess if I want to stay here at West Georgia.
Introduction Increased public demand to access health information and growth of consumerism in health care industry are two important reasons form increasing attention to Personal Health Records (PHRs) in the recent years. Surveys show that a considerable number of people want to have access to their health information. In one survey, 60 percent of respondents wanted physicians to provide online access to medical records and test results, and online appointment scheduling; 1 in 4 said they would pay more for the service.
cancer that could include biopsies. Women should be told about the benefits, limitations, and potential harms that are linked with regular breast cancer screening. Mammograms can miss some cancers. But The purpose of having a screening mammography is to identify small breast cancer. The use of film mammography can be very hard to recognize breast cancer in
A sixty two year old Caucasian male presented himself to NEA Baptist Medical Centers Emergency Department on 9/8/16 with chest pain and worsening of shortness of breath. On 9/6/16 the patient had a bilateral saddle embolism (a large pulmonary thrombo-embolism that straddles the main pulmonary arterial trunk at its bifurcation)
Feeling itchy. Bruising and bleeding easily. DIAGNOSIS Your health care provider will take your medical history and perform a physical exam. Other tests done may include:
Patient Cohort From January 2001 to December 2014, a single surgeon (TPG) performed 3777 consecutive metal-on-metal HRA procedures, of which, 27% were women. Choosing December 2014 as our date range cut-off point ensured a minimum of 2 years of follow-up results for both study groups. Group 1 consisted of 357 cases
me. There was also lack of privacy lack of confidentiality; as everyone would be able to know all about the patients problems. I wasn't very professional during the interview as I didn't wear the appropriate clothes, I just had casual, every day clothes, and I felt I should have worn something smarter. I also needed to prepare my interview a weather, holidays etc. When the patient first came in I think I did quite well as I welcomed