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Integrated Nursing Practice Assessment Task: Simulation - Critical Analysis
Task description: You will engage in a face-to-face clinical simulation scenario based on inter-professional teamwork. This scenario will require that you use a collaborative approach to respond to the problems and challenges of the given situation. You will watch videos and complete pre-reading before the session. After the session, you will undertake critical analysis and evaluation of a particular aspect of the simulation. You will not be assessed during the simulation, your assessment consists of the critical analysis.
What you need to do:
1. Review the Mr Harry Bright case study including the videos that set the context, the simulation pre-reading and the patient related documentation available in your Blackboard site under Week 4 Clinical Simulation and Assessment Task 1.
2. Review your knowledge and skills relating to:
a. Nursing Care implications: Coronary Artery Disease, Angioplasty (PTCI), Chest Pain, Stroke.
b. Processes for patient assessment.
c. ISBAR framework for effective communication.
d. Vital sign monitoring.
e. IVT and infusion management.
f. BGL monitoring.
g. Clinical reasoning and decision-making.
3. View the Clinical Simulation Learning Experience video.
4. Participate in the Clinical Simulation and debrief.
5. Reflect on your clinical simulation experience and write your response to the following two questions:
Question 1: (approx. 600-700 words)
Assessment is a key component of nursing practice, required for planning and provision of patient and family centred care. The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) in the national competency standard for registered nurses states that, "The registered nurse assesses, plans, implements and evaluates nursing care in collaboration with individuals and the multidisciplinary health care team so as to achieve goals and health outcomes."
The simulation scenario involved Mr Bright who had just undergone an angioplasty. A potential problem related to this procedure includes ischaemic stroke.
You are required to find five (5) contemporary, valid research journal articles (no older than 7 years) relating to the care of the patient undergoing angioplasty. Read the articles focusing on the assessment elements of care required post procedure. (Don't forget to link your assessment reasoning to anatomy and physiology and pathophysiology).
- Reflecting on the simulation, you are required to identify CORRECT nursing assessment performed on Mr Bright relating to the problem stated above. Justify your discussion using evidence from your researched articles.
- Reflecting on the simulation, you are now required to identify those elements of nursing assessment that were NOT performed on Mr Bright relating to the problem stated above. Justify your discussion using evidence from your researched articles.
Question 2: (approx. 300-400 words)
National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards for Clinical Handover recommend that communication of patient information should be conducted in a standardised format using a structured process in order to transfer relevant patient information.
In the simulation, ISBAR was the structured format used to communicate patient information.
- Reflect on the simulation at the point in time when Mr Bright complained of chest pain. Using the ISBAR format, dot point your structured verbal handover to the doctor advising of the patient's chest pain. (You will need to access the patient's clinical documentation available on Blackboard to complete all areas of ISBAR). As chest pain is an emergency situation, the information provided in ISBAR needs to be concise.
Learning outcomes -
1. Apply and integrate knowledge of the key NMBA Registered Nurse Standards for Nursing Practice, National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards, and National Health Priorities to enable effective clinical decision making, planning and action in a range of situations that reflect the diversity of contemporary health care settings and challenges.
2. Apply knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology to support evidence-based decisions for planning and action in a range of clinical situations.
3. Demonstrate clinical reasoning and clinical decision making in line with safe and quality person-centred care across the lifespan.
Length: 1000 Words. Reference list is not to be included in total word count. Note - Only need to first part of it done.
Attachment:- Assignment File.rar