Task SummaryFor this assessment, you are required to prepare a care plan in consultation with the patient and herfamily members for managing her chronic health condition using an interprofessional and holisticperson-centred approach. The aim of this care plan is to enable the patient, her family and herinterprofessional health care team to plan and co-ordinate on-going health care for her life-longcomplex chronic condition. For this individual assessment, you have been given a hypothetical casestudy of a patient suffering from a chronic condition (see the Appendix 1B). Further information hasbeen added to this case study for this assessment task.CPC105_Assessment_4_ _Brief_Care Plan_ Module_6 Page 1 of 7ASSESSMENT 4 BRIEFSubject Code and Title CPC105 Care of Persons with a Chronic ConditionAssessment Theory assessment: Case StudyDevelop a care planIndividual/Group IndividualLength 1500 words (+/- 10%)Learning Outcomes The Subject Learning Outcomes demonstrated by successfulcompletion of the task below include:a) Explore and discuss the impact of chronic health problemson care planning needs of a person, family and community,using an evidence-based approach.b) Develop a person-centred care plan for the person with achronic health problem through health promotion,education, disease prevention and self-care.c) Demonstrate clinical reasoning through nursing assessment,interventions and evaluation, to support the health care ofpersons with chronic health problems.d) Discuss legal, professional and ethical considerations in caredelivery.e) Explain and integrate the impact of co-morbidities, qualityuse of medicines principles, risks to self and others into careplans.f) Demonstrate interprofessional collaboration in developingholistic person-centred care plans.Submission Due by 11:55pm AEST Sunday end of Module 6.1 (Week 11)Weighting 60%Total Marks 100 marksContextThis assessment task provides an opportunity for you to demonstrate the theoretical knowledge youhave acquired in CPC105, by the development of a care plan for a patient with a complex chronichealth condition. This assessment allows you to demonstrate your skills in the planning of holistic,interprofessional and person-centred care, while focusing on health promotion, education, diseaseprevention and self-care.Task InstructionsTo complete this task, utilise the nursing/clinical decision-making process model below:Nursing process (RNpedia, 2019)You are required to:1. Complete the Torrens University Nursing Care Plan template that you will find in theassessment resources area with the following information:a) Assessment data – Firstly outline the assessment data (subjective and objective)obtained from the case study provided. Secondly, what other assessment data(subjective and objective) would you need to collect in order to conduct a holisticassessment? Please note how this data would be collected.Nursing diagnosis/Collaborative problems – Based upon this assessment, identify and listtwo nursing problems the patient is experiencing and two collaborative problems thepatient is experiencing.Planning/Expected outcomes – This is where goals and outcomes are formulated thatdirectly impact patient care. These expected outcomes/goals should be written as perthe SMART system (S – specific; M – measurable; A – achievable; R – realistic; T – timely)and include both short-term and long-term outcomes/goals.b)c)CPC105_Assessment_4_ Brief_Care Plan_ Module_6 Page 2 of 7d) Nursing interventions – Expand upon all four of these problems and describe the nursingand interprofessional interventions that should be implemented to provide holisticpatient-centred care. You are to provide rationales for each of these interventionssupported by current relevant evidence.Evaluation – This evaluation is to occur to determine if the goals/expected outcomeshave been achieved. Please evaluate the interventions, specifying patient data thatwould indicate patient improvement and deterioration. As you are not providing care tothis person in the real world, you need to detail what you would expect to see if thepatient was improving due to the implementation of these interventions. Additionally,you need to detail what you would expect to see if these interventions were notsuccessful and the patient was deteriorating.e)Please remember that this unit is about caring for persons with a chronic condition. Therefore, thefocus of your care plan should be on health promotion, education, disease prevention and self-careand should focus on the patient, her family and the community setting. Please also be aware of thefollowing requirements:• Present your own original work using multiple academic references from academicbooks, peer reviewed scientific journal articles and other credible sources (.edu, .govand .org webpages).No introduction and conclusion required for this assessment task.Headings can be used for this assessment task.Dot points can be used in the care plan template.• • • • •Adhere to the word count (1200 words (+/-10%)) excluding the reference list.Academic references are to be included on a separate page using APA (7th ed.)guidelines.Your assessment must be submitted as a word document and not in protected view.Your assessment should be in 12-point font, Arial or Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacedand a minimum of 2.5cm margins.• •Referencing10+ references are required for this assessment task. Use recent, relevant and reliable resources tocomplete this task. These should be peer reviewed literature, related to the subject matter and noolder than seven years.It is essential that you use appropriate APA (7th ed.) referencing style for citing and referencingresearch. Please see more information on referencing herehttp://library.laureate.net.au/research_skills/referencingSubmission InstructionsCPC105_Assessment_4_ Brief_Care Plan_ Module_6 Page 3 of 7Submit Assessment 1 Part C via the Assessment link in the main navigation menu in CPC105 Care ofPersons with a Chronic Condition. The Learning Facilitator will provide feedback via the Grade Centrein the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grades.Reference:RNpedia. (2019). Nursing process [Chart]. Retrieved from https://www.rnpedia.com/nursingnotes/fundamentals-in-nursing-notes/nursing-process/CPC105_Assessment_4_ Brief_Care Plan_ Module_6 Page 4 of 7Assessment Rubric: Theory Assessment – Case StudyCPC105_Assessment_4_ Brief_Care Plan_ Module_6 Page 5 of 7AssessmentAttributesFail(Yet to achieveminimum standard)0-49%Pass(Functional)50-64%Credit(Proficient)65-74%Distinction(Advanced)75-84%High Distinction(Exceptional)85-100%Knowledge andunderstanding of theassessment, diagnosisand planning phases ofthe nursing/clinicaldecision makingprocess20%In your care plan youhave:– Sometimes usedassessment data toidentify the patient’snursing/collaborativeproblems.– Identified vague nursingand collaborativeproblems.Failed to developgoals/outcomes for thepatient or developedvague, non-specificgoals/outcomes.In your care plan you have:– Identified appropriateassessment data from thecase study and identifiedfuture assessment datarequired to consider thepatient’snursing/collaborativeproblems.– Used data to identify thepatient’snursing/collaborativeproblems sometimesincluding their aetiology anddefining characteristics.– Listed some short and/orlong-term goals/outcomes forthe patient.In your care plan you have:– Identified correctassessment data from thecase study and identifiedcorrect future assessmentdata required to considerthe patient’snursing/collaborativeproblems.– Used available data toidentify the patient’snursing/collaborativeproblems usually includingtheir aetiology and definingcharacteristics.– Clearly specified shortand long-termoutcomes/goals for thepatient.In your care plan you have:– Correctly identified mostof the assessment datafrom the case study andidentified most of thefuture assessment datarequired to consider thepatient’snursing/collaborativeproblems.– Used most of the availabledata to correctly identifythe patient’snursing/collaborativeproblems including theiraetiology and definingcharacteristics.– Clearly specified shortand long-termoutcomes/goals for thepatient.In your care plan you have:– Correctly identified all theassessment data from thecase study and identified allthe future assessment datarequired to consider thepatient’snursing/collaborativeproblems.– Used all available data tocorrectly identify thepatient’snursing/collaborativeproblems including theiraetiology and definingcharacteristics.– Clearly and accuratelyspecified realistic andachievable short- and longterm outcomes/goals forthe patient.Knowledge andunderstanding of thenursing interventionsrequired to provideholistic person-centredcare for the nursingand collaborativeproblems identifiedIn your care plan youhave:– Read some material toidentify vague nursinginterventions andoccasionally attempted tojustify some of yournursing interventions thatIn your care plan you have:– Read modestly andappropriately to identifynursing interventions thatfocus on health promotion,education, diseaseprevention and self-care.– Attempted to justify someof your nursing interventionsIn your care plan you have:– Read widely andappropriately to identifynursing interventions thatfocus on health promotion,education, diseaseprevention and self-care.– Usually justified yourchoice of nursingIn your care plan you have:– Focused your reading onthe relevant features of thecase study and focused thenursing interventions onhealth promotion,education, diseaseprevention and self-care.In your care plan you have:– Clearly linked the uniqueaspects of the case study togoals and interventionswhich focus on healthpromotion, education,CPC105_Assessment_4_ Brief_Care Plan_ Module_6 Page 6 of 720% focus on healthpromotion, education,disease prevention andself-care.with reference to somecurrent relevant evidencebased information.interventions withreference to currentrelevant evidence-basedinformation.– Justified your choice ofnursing interventions withreference to currentrelevant evidence-basedinformation.disease prevention andself-care.– Fully justified your choiceof nursing interventionswith reference to extensivecurrent relevant evidencebased information.Knowledge andunderstanding of theevaluation phase of thenursing/clinicaldecision makingprocess20%In your care plan youhave:Provided limited or noevaluation dataillustrating improvementand deterioration of thepatient.In your care plan you have:– Provided appropriateevaluation data illustratingsome improvement anddeterioration of the patient.In your care plan you have:– Provided mostly accurateevaluation data illustratingimprovement anddeterioration of the patient.In your care plan you have:– Provided clear andaccurate evaluation dataillustrating improvementand deterioration of thepatient.In your care plan you have:– Provided clear, accurateand all of the evaluationdata that illustratesimprovement anddeterioration of thepatient.Evaluation ofinformation selected tosupport arguments inthis assessment item15%Limited understanding ofkey concepts required tosupport this assessmenttask.Confuses logic andemotion. Informationtaken from reliablesources but without acoherent analysis orsynthesis.Viewpoints of experts aretaken as fact with littlequestioning.Resembles a recall orsummary of key ideas.Often conflates/confusesassertion of opinion withinformation substantiated byevidence from theresearch/course materials.Supports opinion andinformation substantiatedby evidence from theresearch/course materials.Demonstrates a capacity toexplain and apply relevantconcepts.Questions viewpoints ofexperts.Discriminates betweenassertion of opinion andinformation substantiatedby robust evidence fromthe research/coursematerials and extendedreading.Well demonstrated capacityto explain and applyrelevant concepts.Viewpoint of experts aresubject to questioning.Shows growing intellectualindependence, rigor andjudgement when selectingevidence to use.Systematically and criticallydiscriminates betweenassertion of opinion andinformation substantiatedby robust evidence fromthe research/coursematerials and extendedreading.Information is taken fromsources with a high level ofinterpretation andevaluation.Exhibits intellectualindependence, rigor, andgood judgement whenselecting evidence to use.Effective writtencommunicationPresents information.Specialised language andterminology is rarely orinaccurately employed.Communicates in a readablemanner that largely adheresto the given format.Communicates in acoherent and readablemanner that adheres to thegiven format.Communicates coherentlyand concisely in a mannerthat adheres to the givenformat.Communicates eloquently.Expresses meaningcoherently, concisely andcreatively within the givenformat.CPC105_Assessment_4_ Brief_Care Plan_ Module_6 Page 7 of 715% Meaning is repeatedlyobscured by errors in thecommunication of ideas,including errors instructure, sequence,spelling, grammar and/orpunctuation.Generally, employsspecialised language andterminology with accuracy.Meaning is sometimesdifficult to follow.Information, arguments andevidence are structured andsequenced in a way that isnot always clear and logical.Some errors are evident inspelling, grammar and/orpunctuation.Accurately employsspecialised language andterminology.Meaning is easy to follow.Information, arguments andevidence are structured andsequenced in a way that isclear and logical.Occasional minor errorspresent in spelling,grammar and/orpunctuation.Accurately employs a widerange of specialisedlanguage and terminology.Engages audience interest.Information, arguments andevidence are structured andsequenced clearly andpersuasive.Spelling, grammar andpunctuation are free fromerrors.Discerningly selects andprecisely employs a widerange of specialisedlanguage and terminology.Engages and sustainsaudience’s interest.Information, argumentsand evidence are insightful,persuasive and expertlypresented.Spelling, grammar andpunctuation are free fromerrors.Correct formatting andAPA 7th referencingstyle10%Referencing is omitted ordoes not resemble APA(7th ed.).Referencing resembles APA(7th ed.), with frequent orrepeated errors.Referencing resembles APA(7th ed.), with occasionalerrors.Consistent and correct APA(7th ed.) referencing stylethroughout the assessmenttask.Flawless, consistent andcorrect APA (7th ed.)referencing style throughoutthe assessment task.
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