Problems 1 - 3 with defining characteristics, expected outcomes, nursing interventions, evaluations of interventions and evaluation of overall goal attainment. (Met, not met, partial/Continue plan/revise). Be sure to use the AAMT format for each problem: A = Assess/ Monitor for problem; A = Actions/Nursing Interventions for problem; M = Medications for problem/why useful/source/See TACTIS; T = Teach what to the patient/family about the problem?/Why? Source.
In this Assessment nursing course, one of the major things that is taught is the most important part of giving proper care to a patient. Correct patient assessment is needed before any nursing care plan or treatment can be implemented. This post-review of a person’s assessment will demonstrate the proper way to go about assessing a person’s health.
d). Draw on previous assessments - These can be useful if the person has already had
Another concept that I learned from lecture and SILC lab was how to give a physical assessment and health history. I was able
with recommendations for changes needed in nursing. This was a response for the need to assess
However, the data that needs to be collected will happen through a series of surveys to be completed by both the patient and the nurse. The survey given to the patient will consist of a battery of questions. A sample question would read, do you and your family understand the nature of your illness? Or. Do you understand why the medications that you are being prescribed as part of your your treatment plan? Furthermore, a control chart would be used to track the progress of patient-centered care. The reason that the control chart is being used because the control chart is easy to implement, can be applied to small data sets, and is uninterrupted by incermental unusual observations. The staff needed will include: R.S., Director of Nursing, S.H., Assistant Director of Nursing, J.M., K.S, T.R, Charge Nurses will be responsible for training and development because they possess the knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSAs) needed to adequately prepare front line staff for implementation. Registered Nurses (RN), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), physicians, and home health aides will also play an important role in delivering optimal patient-centered care as they will have more contact witht the
h. Data from scientific literature – Depending on the population and behaviors being studied, it is possible to identify some of the health priorities of a population by reviewing literature. Although there may not be published data on your specific population, studies completed within similar settings may provide useful information. Identify five published studies that may be of use in your needs assessment.
6. Explain how you prepare the required resources needed to assess your candidate’s knowledge and prepare and maintain conditions that support the effective assessment of your candidate’s knowledge and understanding.I always prepare my resources needed prior to assessing. I ensure I have the standards I need, any worksheets or handouts needed, Planning forms, feedback forms and addition support handouts. I also take care of the learners portfolio keeping this locked up in a cupboard.I ensure that the environment is easy to work in and somewhere the learner can write or take notes. I try to avoid any distractions that may affect the learning.This evidence will be referenced to Unit 303 Assessment
Please note that this Assessment document has 8 pages and is made up of 3 Parts.
Every patient that comes in seeking medical attention, has had a health history assessment conducted on them. Such an assessment provides health care workers such nurses, with vital information about the patient’s overall well-being. It can also be viewed as a guide in directing the nurse, in provided the most beneficial and utmost plan of care. The purpose of this paper is to exemplify a conducted health history assessment on a patient represented by the initials L.H.; Which focuses on subjective assessment data, synthesizing the data, and on identifying health/wellness priorities based on the findings.
Closely linked to this decision-making model is the ubiquitous nursing process. The nursing process includes data collection and documentation, analysis of the data to determine current condition and real or potential health related issues, development of an individualized plan of care to deal with these issues, implementation of that plan of care, and evaluation of the plan of care to determine its effectiveness and adjust the plan as needed. (Blais, Hayes, Kozier, & Erb, 2006)
Select either the qualitative or quantitative study method for this assignment. In an essay of 750-1,000 words, summarize the study, explain the ways in which the findings might be used in nursing practice, and address any ethical considerations associated with the conduct of the study.
This paper will address and evaluate the research problem itself, the design of the study, the sample, how the data is collected, its limitations, and its findings. Furthermore, how does this study impact the overall nursing process?
1. Discuss the age specific physical assessment/s properly completed this week. State techniques you used in completing the physical assessment of your patient. Often these techniques will differ from an examination of an adult.
Assessment in nursing has been determined by the problem-solving framework of the nursing process and nursing models. It is a dynamic and continuous process as clients needs change; it promotes individualized care and responds to clients in a responsible and timely manner to improve or maintain their level of health (RCN, 2004). A health assessment not only comprises of gathering health information about a patient, but also analyzing and synthesizing the information, and evaluating the effectiveness of nursing interventions on patients health care outcomes (Weber & Kelley, 2013).