Assignment: Care Plan Acute Pain Patient PPT
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This assignment has a total point value of 100 and is worth 15% of your Assignment grade.
Submit project on a PowerPoint. Students will present their patient on BB Collaborative
Select a client for whom you have provided care to complete your project. The client should have both primary and secondary diagnoses to qualify for the study. Present the client’s profile including all pertinent demographic data. Identify and prioritize 3 nursing diagnoses.
Describe the relationship among the primary and secondary diagnoses.
Identify the five stressors: physiological, psychological, socioeconomic, cultural and spiritual.
Construct a power point presentation to display all the medical diagnoses. This does not need to be an excessive PowerPoint, but you should be able to explain yourself well
Display all nursing diagnoses in boxes around the circle, using arrows to show relationship among the diagnoses. Be sure to include relevant data to support the relationship among the primary and secondary diagnoses. This should include assessment data, lab data, and pharmacological agents. Describe the pathophysiology of each diagnosis.
The map must be clear and concise.
The update of the assignment. This does not need to be a concept map. Please put all pertinent information on the assignment. As stated below. The presentation should show your professionalism and knowledge regarding the management of your patient.
Remember that the patient is an acute care patient. No risk for fall or Acute pain nursing diagnosis. Let the assessment, lab and diagnostic information guide your plan.
Bowie State University
College of Professional Studies
Department of Nursing
Grading Rubric for Concept Map Project
This assignment has a total point value of 100 and is worth 15 % of your grade.
Submit this grading tool with your Concept Map Project
CriteriaPossible PointsYour Grade
Nursing and Medical Diagnoses10 points__________
Identify primary diagnosis and at least
two secondary medical diagnoses.
Identify and prioritize 3 nursing diagnoses
Data to Support Diagnoses5 points__________
Objective and subjective data that
supports the nursing diagnoses chosen.
(health assessment data)
Relationship between diagnoses5 points__________
Identify the relationship among the
primary and secondary medical diagnoses
Identify stressors for each of the following variables
Psychological 5 points__________
Socioeconomic 5 points__________
Cultural 5 points__________
Spiritual 5 points__________
Patient Profile 5 points__________
List all pertinent demographic data
including age and sex
Nursing Interventions with Rationale10 points__________
Identify 5 interventions for each nursing
diagnosis. Be sure to support your
rationale with references
(text & journal articles).
Identify all pharmacological agents
involved in the care of the client.
Identify the physiology of primary and
secondary diagnosis. Make sure that you
explain the disease process and how the
nursing diagnosis relates.
CONCEPT MAP20 points__________
Communicates medical diagnosis
Power point should contain all information
Clearly explains patient concerns and management
Challenges peers (ask questions)
Professional language utilized
If you chose you may follow the information as presented below.
Display all medical diagnoses in a circle at the center of your map.
Display all nursing diagnoses in boxes around the circle.
Be sure to include relevant data to support the relationship
among the primary and secondary diagnoses.
This should include lab data, pharmacology, and assessment data.
Use arrows to show relationships among the diagnosis
If you are missing pertinent labs of diagnostic studies, you should discuss expected
studies which are needed.
NURS 411 BSU Final Care Plan Acute Pain Patient Diagnosis PPT
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