Case study paper in women health for Nurse practitioner.
Case study paper in women health for Nurse practitioner
Assignment #2 – Case Study
The purpose of this assignment is to assess your knowledge of the course content and relevant CPGs, and to assess how well you integrate that knowledge into a clinical situation, and to evaluate your critical thinking and scholarly writing skills as a student NP at the graduate level.
Assignment 2 is a three-part case study relevant to Units 3, 4 and 5. Provide rationale throughout your paper using evidence to back up all approaches to care and any relevant data points. Utilize clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) from Canadian sources whenever possible. Never use public information websites to guide your practice. Please use headings and sub-headings throughout, particularly to identify the 3 parts and the series of questions.
The assignment should be no longer than 3000 words, NOT including the references, title page, or appendices. An abstract is not necessary. Complete all parts of the case study within the paper: only the prescription and any tables and charts should appear in an appendix. Do NOT restate the entire case anywhere in your paper: assume the reader is familiar with the case. Please do not use point form as it must be written with full sentences. All tables and charts should be part of your appendices and NOT part of the body of your paper. By using critical thinking and summarizing, you must answer each question within the body of your paper. See the Assessment Overview for more details on form and APA. Review NURS000 on writing tips and citation.
You may wish to refer to the SOAP note reference in the Professional Development section of the Study Guide for all elements of planning and on how to make a proper medical diagnostic statement.
Integrating Rational Prescribing Principles:
In this assignment you will be asked to identify Therapeutic Objective(s) of the medication(s) you will be prescribing. The Therapeutic Objective can be defined as: What you want the medication to do for the client. It may include an immediate effect and/or a long-term effect, and there may be more than one (there usually is). Please be specific with your objective(s). When relevant, do not list more than 3 objectives. Think about the “big picture” including the patient’s current experience and his/her life plan.