Explain of how nursing management relates to medical management and provide succinct correct clinical rationales
nursing case study
Length: 2500 2750 words
Details: This academic paper requires students to write ? up the patient presented at their Clinical Case Conference (CCC) to their Nurs3005 PEP facilitator and present it as a detailed report. There must be analysis of the patient?s medical condition(s) demonstrating the ability to apply theoretical concepts including (but not limited too) pharmacology; patho-physiology; anatomy and physiology. There must be presentation and evaluation of nursing and medical management of the patient. Sound clinical rationales must be provided that support the care afforded the patient. Appropriate evidence sources must be used and Harvard referencing used throughout. Students are encouraged to write up this report prior to undertaking their CCC presentations. For specific details please refer to the marking rubric or to My tutor?s structures below.
Structures in details:
? My tutor?s structures For this report (the same of Marking rubric):
1. Introduces patient presenting for Case Conference
2. Presents biographical data
3. Presents current medical history of patient
4. Presents relevant past medical history of patient
1. Demonstrate understanding of patient?s medical condition(s) including relevant anatomy and physiology and in depth pathophysiology discussion
2. Nursing management Included clinical assessment using (IS)BAR or a systems ? based approach
3. Discuss nursing management with evaluation
4. Explain of how nursing management relates to medical management and provide succinct correct clinical rationales
5. Explain the role of interdisciplinary team involvement
6. Describe care provided by the interdisciplinary team and primary health care strategies clearly.
7. Describe clinical assessment findings clearly using clinical assessment ISBAR or a systems ? based approach.
8. Logical and orderly progression of ideas
9. Use headings.
10. Describe medical management and treatments including all relevant pharmacological non ? pharmacological treatments explain pain management with clear clinical rationales.
11. Provide relevant laboratory results / diagnostic tests and explain it succinctly.
12. Evidence of ability to make clinical inferences based upon the data available.
13. Describe relevant psychosocial aspects of the case reported empathically and management.
14. Describe Ethical and legal aspects clearly and objectively.
15. Address all relevant and contentious areas thoroughly.
16. Consider additional reading evident and incorporate in presentation.
17. Provide meaningful synthesis of the evidence presented
18. Cover education needs of patient / family very well.
19. Address Discharge Planning and show comprehensive awareness of the patient?s needs as identified and clearly discuss in presentation.
1. Describe how your nursing research article findings/recent evidence is related to the patient / venue and make link between the literature findings and the presented case consistently and persuasively.
2. Compare and critique in detail the management and nursing care of the patient with the best and most recent available evidence.
3. Make feasible / thoughtful suggestions of alternative management and nursing care based on the best available evidence
1. Present a succinct and complete summary of the crucial aspects of the case.
2. Describe the short and long term outcomes in depth.
3. Make insightful comments about whether the case and its management was representative.
4. Describe learnings from the exercise clearly and make other relevant insightful comments
Clear organised and structured presentation
Use of appropriate headings
Use 3rd person
Spelling & grammar
Font 12 point
Adherence to word limit
Recent (ie in the last 5-6 years)
Ability to demonstrate sound links between theory and practice
follow Flinders Uni- Harvard referencing guide
Both text and list Referencing are required
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