Consider the various steps of the nursing process in order to address the following critical thinking questions.
As a healthcare provider, discuss ways in which you will establish a helping hand and healing relationship with your patient and their families.
How will you develop professional partnerships with health care team members in your clinical practice?
What personal behaviors, biases, and attitudes would you have to change to develop these professional relationships?
Include 3 references with in-text citations. Must be within 5 years.
Assignment: Pre-writing, Argumentative Essay Introduction and Thesis, an Argumentative Plan, and First Sources
For this assignment, you will continue to pre-write and plan for your argument research essay by applying pre-writing to your thesis from Week 1 (revised as necessary according to instructor feedback and your own further thought). You will also construct a first draft of your full introduction paragraph, modeling what you have learned from your Week 2 lesson. Finally, you will provide a list of at least four scholarly sources in APA Style that represent an equal number of sources that support your stance and sources that oppose your stance. See the APA section in the Chamberlain Writing Center for correct referencing of scholarly sources.
Access the Week 2 Assignment Template and complete the four required sections:
• Your Current Thesis
• A Draft of Your Full Introduction Paragraph
• List of Sources in APA Style (see the APA section in the Chamberlain Writing Center for correct referencing of scholarly sources)
This is thesis paper that continues from the one you guys wrote foe me last time. I included it here, please follow the instruction. Thank you. If you have any questions please call me or email me. Thank you
Nursing Assignment Help Case Study:
Sarah Smith is a 28 y/o African American female who presents to the office with c/o wound to her left foot for the past few days. States she had tripped and fell while barefoot scraping the top of her foot on the pavement. She denies any other injury from the incident. Over the past 24 hours the wound has had “smelly” drainage. Has been experiencing generalized achiness, but denies fever and chills. Did not seek medical attention at the time of injury. Has been using hydrogen peroxide to clean her wound. Is unclear of her last tetanus vaccination. Patient PMHx significant for DM II. States that she takes her medications when she remembers, and does not always check her blood sugar.
Asthma: no hospitalizations for exacerbation.
Former tobacco user: ceased smoking 2 years ago. Had smoked 1ppd x 5 years
Illicit drugs: denies
Significant for paternal DM, otherwise unremarkable
Metformin: 500mg BID po – did not take the last few days
Albuterol MDI: 2 puffs every 6 hours prn – last use just PTA
Singulair: 10mg po daily
Trinessa: 1 tab po daily – last taken this am
LNMP: 2 weeks ago.
General: denies any weight changes, fatigue or fever; body aches
Skin: denies any rashes; wound to left foot
HEENT: denies headache, head injury, dizziness, lightheadedness;
Denies any vision changes
Denies any hearing changes, tinnitus, vertigo, earache
Denies any nasal congestion, discharge, nose bleeds or sinus tenderness
Denies any sore throat, difficulty swallowing
Neck: denies any swollen glands, pain
Breasts: denies any pain, discharge
Respiratory: denies any dyspnea; positive cough and wheezing
CV: denies any chest pain, edema
GI: denies any nausea/vomiting/diarrhea/constipation; denies bloody stools
PV: denies claudication, swelling to LE
GU: denies frequency, urgency, burning;
Denies vaginal discharge, itching, sores
Denies penile discharge, itching or sores
MS: positive pain to left foot
Psych: denies nervousness, depression
Neuro: denies Headache, dizziness, vertigo, syncope, weakness; numbness to right LE
Heme: denies any easy bruising
Vital signs: 100.5 (tympanic), 162/88, 118, 22, O2 sat 95% on RA
Height: 5’5” Weight: 250 lbs.
Blood glucose: 230 (Fasting; states has not eaten yet today)
patient awake, alert, oriented x 4 in NAD
Skin: warm, dry, color WNL. 4 cm lesion noted to anterior left foot with crusting and purulent drng; surrounding erythema extending up 7 cm proximally
HEENT: head nontraumatic, normocephalic
Pupils PERRLA, EOMs intact; disc margins sharp, without hemorrhages, exudates; no AV nicking noted
Ears: bilateral TM with good cone of light and intact
Nose: mucosa pink, septum midline; no sinus tenderness appreciated
Mouth: mucosa pink, moist; tongue midline; tonsils 1 without exudate
Neck: supple; trachea midline; no LAD
Resp: regular and unlabored; lungs with end expiratory wheezing throughout
CV: RRR, S1 and S2 noted; no s3, s4 or murmur appreciated
Abdomen: soft, non-distended; Bs x 4; no tenderness with palpation; no CVA tenderness with percussion
Extremities: warm and without edema; calves supple, non-tender
PV: no LE edema
MS: swelling to left foot; tenderness of 2-4th left metatarsals; left pedal pulse; CMS intact; Cap refill < 2 sec.
Neuro: alert, cooperative; thought coherent; oriented x 4; cranial nerves II-XII intact
List your differentials for her current problems. Remember you should have at least three different differentials for each problem. Include rationale for each differential.
At this time what medical diagnoses are you most concerned about? Do they impact other diagnoses? If so, how?
What diagnostic images would you order? Provide your rationale. What are you trying to rule in or out?
What laboratory work would you order? What would you anticipate to be abnormal? Provide your rationale for each.
What is your comprehensive plan of care? Include your rationales.
Include 3-5 references with in-text citations. Must be within 5 years
NUR2832 Leadership and Professional Identity
Module 02 ContentAssigning, Delegating, Supervising, and Prioritizing Care
CompetencyIntegrate leadership and management principles and attributes in nursing practiceScenarioYou are assigned to six patients on the medical surgical unit working with a LPN/LVN and share a CNA with another RN. You are receiving report for your patients and need to identify what activities you will be assigning, delegating, supervising, and prioritizing for the shift.InstructionsClient number 1: 50-year old male who had a heart attack and stent placed with normal vital signs
Client number 2: 46-year-old female with full-thickness burns to the leg who needs to have dressings changed
Client number 3: 33-year-old male firefighter who has fallen and broken his right femur after surgery with pain in his leg
Client number 4: 18-year-old male with wheezing and labored respirations unrelieved by an inhaler
Client number 5: 74-year-old female with new onset dementia awaiting lab results
Client number 6: 52-year-old female who has been recently diagnoses with diabetes type 2 and is getting discharged
Describe the patients you will be assigning to the LPN
Describe the care that you will be delegating to the LPN and CNA
List the interventions that you would want to supervise for the LPN and CNA
List the clients and care from the highest to lowest priority
Provides stated ideas with professional language and attribution for credible sources with correct APA citation, spelling, and grammar.