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Nursing Intervention In Nursing

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This essay will focus on a patient in the community environment. It will first provide an overview of factors such as social, psychological and physiological from the past and present will be demonstrated and how nursing intervention were implemented. It will provide a comprehensive assessment of care to identify the patient’s needs and make plans on how to provide good quality care to the patient, as it is emphasised by the Nursing and Midwifery Code of conduct (NMC, 2015) ‘Make the care of people your first concern, treating them as individual and respecting their dignity’. Furthermore, it will discuss how the role of a nurse promotes autonomy, independence and self-care which encourages and empower the patient to share decision about their treatment and care (NMC, 2015).

Also, this essay will reflect through making a reference from practise placement experience the importance of nursing values upon which care is based on and it will collaborate with the module content which include a holistic approach toward the care, 6Cs, person-centred care and NHS values. In addition to this, active listening, building therapeutic relationship and gain consent between
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She lives alone in a bungalow and she has carers coming in three times a day to assist her with her personal care and her daily living. Grace has a history of high blood pressure and she was diagnosed with depression at the age of 40. The blood pressure is under controlled she takes amlodipine. She is a Christian, she goes to church every Sunday. During her spare time, she enjoys going to meal with her family and friends. She is a retired teacher due to her medical condition. Recently she suffered a stroke resulting in right side weakness and dysphagia. Stroke it is the disruption of blood supply to the brain. There are two types of stroke haemorrhagic and Ischemic stroke. Grace had Ischemic stroke, it occurs when blood vessels carrying blood to the brain is blocked by a blood
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