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Case Management of Frail - Elderly Stroke Survivors

defines case management as follows: "Case management is a collaborative process which assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors and evaluates options and services to meet an individuals health needs through communication and available resources to promote quality cost-effective outcomes." (Case Management Society of America, 1995, p.8) "Case management is an intervention strategy used by health care providers and systems to advocate for clients, coordinate healthcare delivery, and facilitate...

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Activities of Living-Case Study

Throughout this essay, the chosen nursing model of assessing a patient’s social needs and medical history; Roper, Logan and Tierney (R-L-T model) Activities of living (AL) will be outlined (Holland et al, 2008). Through the use of substantial and relevant theoretical literature, AL will be highlighted i.e. biological, psychological, political economic, environmental and social-cultural issues. This will include theoretical highlights of care given to a patient admitted in hospital holistically. Basically...

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Family Structure A.

HEALTH CARE A. WEIGHT OF THE CHILDREN B. IMMUNIZATION STATUS OF THE CHILDREN C. COMMON DISEASES………………………………………34 D. IMMEDIATE SOURCES OF MEDICAL CARE 1. VENUE…………………………………..…………………………..36 2. PERSONS……………………………………..……………………..37 VI. RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD A. FAMILY PLANNING…………………………………………………...42 B. METHODS OF FAMILY PLANNING………………………………...43 VII. COMMUNITY PROBLEMS AND RECOMMENDATIONS…………….45 A. PROBLEM LIST B. PRIORITIZATION OF COMMUNITY PROBLEM C. COMMUNITY NURSING CARE PLAN D. CONCLUSIONS...

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Ob Study Guide

LEGAL/ETHICAL SCOPE OF PRACTICE -Scope of practice is defined as limits of nursing practice set forth in state statutes. -Nurse must function within scope of practice or risk being accused of practicing medicine without a license. STANDARDS OF NURSING CARE -Standards of care establish minimum criteria for competent, proficient delivery of nursing care. -Designed to protect public and used to judge quality of care provided. -Legal interpretation based on what a reasonably prudent nurse with...

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Age related changes

Chapter 49 1. Identify nursing diagnoses relevant to patients with sensory alterations.Pg.1241- 1243 ~ Risk- prone health behavior ~ Impaired verbal communication ~ Risk for injury ~ Impaired physical mobility ~ Bathing self-deficit ~ Dressing self-deficit ~ Toileting self-deficit ~ Situational low self-esteem ~ Risk for fall ~ Social Isolation 2. Develop a plan of care for patients with sensory deficits.Pg.1245-1247 Pg. 1235 Nursing Care Plan for Risk for Fall Scenario ...

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Reflection on documentation

documentation is an important part of nursing practice, in the clinical setting (Perry & Potter, 2014). One of the fundamental aims for nurses in all areas is to safeguard the welfare of their patients through proper documentation ((Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia - Codes and Guidelines, n.d). This can be achieved by implementing and upholding good documentation practice through progress notes writing in every healthcare department specifically nursing (Miller & Cameron, 2011). In this briefing...

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Unit 513 Manage health and social care practice to ensure positive outcomes for individuals

health and social care practice to ensure positive outcomes for individuals 1.1 Explain outcome based practice. Outcome based care is about putting the customer at the centre of the care service and not prescribing a one size fits all policy. Care should always be bespoke to the customer taking into account their needs and choices. Care should allow the customer to live a fulfilled life, help them identify and achieve the things they would like to do. Outcome based care requires careful planning...

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WATSON’S THEORY OF HUMAN CARING AND SUBJECTIVE LIVING EXPERIENCES: CARATIVE FACTORS/CARITAS PROCESSESAS A DISCIPLINARY GUIDE TO THE PROFESSIONAL NURSING PRACTICE

Watson’s theory of human caring and subjective living experiences... - 129 - WATSON’S THEORY OF HUMAN CARING AND SUBJECTIVE LIVING EXPERIENCES: CARATIVE FACTORS/CARITAS PROCESSES AS A DISCIPLINARY GUIDE TO THE PROFESSIONAL NURSING PRACTICE1 A TEORIA DO CUIDADO HUMANO DE WATSON E AS EXPERIÊNCIAS SUBJETIVAS DE VIDA: FATORES CARITATIVOS/CARITAS PROCESSES COMO UM GUIA DISCIPLINAR PARA A PRÁTICA PROFISSIONAL DE ENFERMAGEM LA TEORÍA DEL CUIDADO HUMANO DE WATSON Y LAS EXPERIENCIAS SUBJETIVAS...

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NursesPocketGuideDiagnosesInterventions

wheelchair mobility 356–358 Readiness for enhanced nutrition 381–384 Impaired walking 622–623 Adult failure to thrive 223–226 Wandering 624–627 Ineffective breastfeeding 123–126 Risk for disuse syndrome 210–214 Interrupted breastfeeding 120–123 Self-care deficit (specify: bathing/hygiene, Effective breastfeeding 113–115 dressing/grooming, feeding, toileting) Ineffective infant feeding pattern 319–322 451–456 Impaired swallowing 538–542 Delayed surgical recovery 535–538 Nausea 358–362 Delayed growth...

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Models and Framework

Nursing model is a collection of ideas, knowledge and values about nursing which determines the way nurses, as individuals and groups, work with their patients or clients (Hogston et al. 2002). Models therefore help nurses to organise their thinking about nursing and then set about their practice in an orderly and logical way (Hogston et al. 2002). A nursing framework is a structure used to organise care given to patients (Siviter,2))000) This essay will explore a needs orientated approach to...

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