Step 1: Complete i-Human Patients® Case for Florence Blackman.
Access i-Human Patients® by clicking the Exercise
Click the Cases tab to complete the i-Human Patients® Case for FB.
Interview FB to obtain her complete patient history.
Document your findings in i-Human Patients®.
Complete a health assessment and focused physical exam based on current evidence.
Document your health assessment and focused physical exam findings and develop a problem list for FB.
Note: You must attempt and score a cumulative 70% on the i-Human Patients® assessments in weeks 1, 3, and 5 to successfully complete the required lab component of the course.
Step 2: Interpret the data.
Determine which tests you would expect to see for FB based on the results of the history, exam, and problem list.
Evaluate the test results to determine the actual and/or potential diseases for which FB is at risk.
Create a 350-word summary note explaining how you arrived at FB’s problem list.
Provide relevant assessment results (questions and answers).
Cite the lab results that correlate with the assessment findings.
Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your summary, evidence-based assessment guidance, and interview results documentation. FB Patient Encounter – Florence Blackman iHuman Case.
MUST FOLLOW ALL THE GIVEN INSTRUCTIONS BELOW …… Instructions: This 2000 word written assignment has two distinct parts that you should address separately. Please use headings for each part. You do not need to provide an introduction or a conclusion for the written assignment or any of the parts. There are two family scenarios for you to choose from; select ONE scenario and use this for your entire assignment. Part 1 – Nursing Care of the Family: Assessment (500 words) Create a genogram to visually depict the family’s structure. You must use the PowerPoint slide which will be supplied to you within the Assessment Folder on Learning@Griffith course site to create your genogram. Save the slide as a picture file (*.jpeg), and insert the picture into your document. Below the genogram, summarise the structure of the family to demonstrate your understanding of the family assessment findings. Use the Australian Family Strengths Nursing Assessment Guide (AFSNAG) to identify and briefly describe two (2) strengths of the family you are assessing. Part 2 – Nursing Care of the Family: Planning, Implementing and Evaluating (1,500 words) Select two (2) issues/challenges for the family or a member of the family you have selected. These issues may be identified by the nurse, family or both. These can be health, social, or developmental family issues/challenges e.g., breastfeeding, social isolation, transition to parenting; they should not be ‘medical’ issues e.g., diabetes, high blood pressure. For each issue/challenge identified in the family assessment (allow approximately 750 words per issue): a) Describetheissue b) Plannursingcare c) Implement nursing care d) Evaluate nursing care o Use appropriate evidence from scholarly literature to describe the issue and discuss what is known about the issue/challenge. o Provide a relevant nursing goal and justify the goal (explain why it is relevant to the issue) using appropriate evidence or policies. o Outline one nursing intervention that supports the family to achieve the goal. Each nursing intervention should be supplemented by the recommendation of an existing online resource for the family and an appropriate referral.
This is the prompt of this essay from my professor: “Consider how women handle wealth in 1-2 of the following: Sakuntala, The Merchant of Venice, “The Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale,” The Tales of the Heike. How does it relate to their sexual power? What does it indicate about their position in marriage or society at large? Do they see money as an end in itself or a means to something else? if the latter, a means to what?” I picked the story Sakuntala, and the merchant of Venice to get my thesis statement. And I talked to my professor and she gave me more specific instructions and wrote me: “start with intro that establishes historical reasons women got married: social expectations, money, convenience. But in the merchant of Venice, Portia enters her marriage out of love for her husband. In the essay, I will consider whether Bassanio’s reasons for marrying her are equally romantic or more in line with actual historical practical reasons for getting married. Don’t just write a fact or history. Come up with the strong argument after close characters. Need a thesis first and add quotes from the text we read. The books we used in the class for the semester is “The Norton Anthology World Literature” with volume A,B, and C. For the story “Sakuntala”, the quotes must be used from this book, but the play “the merchant of Venice” isn’t in this book, so it can be used from Shakespeare’s book. The citation must be in MLA format and from which book I used. And lastly, the quotes must be cited in the following format: (act, scene #, line #). Do not use words such as “can’t” and “don’t”, instead, use “cannot” and “do not”. I would also like to see the first half of the paper in order to check and see if it meets the criteria.
Within the “Merchant of Venice” play, women had little to no freedom and were married from an early age because they were not allowed to exist on their own (Shakespeare & Cedric 12). The social expectations that women were expected to meet were ingrained into society, as women were expected to marry a well-established gentlemen and perform chores and other household duties to assist the man. Because women were not able to hold meaningful jobs, women would often marry financially successful men in order to sustain themselves financially. This was also a convenience issue, because a wealthier man would be able to provide for more opportunities for his wife if he was wealthy. However in the situation of Portia and Bassanio, Portia enters her marriage out of the love she has for him.