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WEEK 5 DISCUSSION PRACTICUM 4 FAMILY HEALTH

Start reviewing and responding to the postings of your classmates as early in the week as possible. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ initial postings. Participate in the discussion by asking a question, providing a statement of clarification, providing a point of view with a rationale, challenging an aspect of the discussion, or indicating a relationship between two or more lines of reasoning in the […]

WEEK 1 DISCUSSION PRACTICUM 4 FAMILY HEALTH

In the Aquifer case study, you are a Family Nurse Practitioner working in a community health center. You are seeing a 14-year-old adolescent patent for an annual visit. The patient’s mother is also present during the visit and notes that the patient’s grades in school have been declining. Her son is also hanging out with a group of kids that she has concerns about. The mother has concerns for what is going on with her […]

WEEK 1 DISCUSSION ADVANCED HEALTH AND PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT

Aquifer Case Study  Aquifer. Assignment Complete only the History, Physical Exam, and Assessment sections of the Aquifer virtual case: Family Medicine 01: 45-year-old female wellness visit. You are required to answer all the DISCUSSION QUESTIONS listed below in each domain. DOMAIN: HISTORY1a) Identify two (2) additional questions that were not asked in the case study and should have been?1b) Explain your rationale for asking these two additional questions.1c) Describe what the two (2) additional questions might reveal about […]

Week 2 Case Study Pathophysiology 

Directions All students should complete one (1) case study below.  Note: All Aquifer case studies are provided as a learning tool for students who wish to have them.  Case 1  A 20-year-old woman comes in concerned that she has genital herpes as she has been having unprotected sex. She does not have any lesions but wants to be tested.   An antibody test is done and the results revealed the following:  HSV 1 IgG type-specific antibody: < 0.90 (negative)  HSV 2 IgG type-specific antibody: > 1.10 (positive)  How would you explain these results to her?   Can you tell if this is a recent or past infection?   Can you tell how long ago she was infected?  Case 2  Mr. Jones, a 45-year-old man, is concerned that he has HIV as he […]

Week 2 Case Study 2 Pathophysiology

Directions All students should complete one (1) case study below.  Note: All Aquifer case studies are provided as a learning tool for students who wish to have them.  Case 1  Mr. Hernandez is a 59-year-old Hispanic man who presents for an annual physical exam. He has no complaints or concerns at the visit.   He has a past medical history of hypertension. He takes lisinopril 10 mg orally every day. He is allergic to penicillin (cause hives). Social history: truck driver, divorce. Quit smoking 5 years ago after smoking one pack per day for 20 years, drinks […]

A Sample of Baby Thesis Essay on Nursing Profession

In contrast to popular belief, nursing is not merely a collection of related talents but rather it is an independent profession in its own right. The field of nursing is an excellent example of how modern technology and historical values may harmoniously coexist in the realm of health care. Serving one’s fellow human beings in this […]

Useful Tips to Improve Your Essay Writing Skills

Essays including nursing essays are frequently used in the academic and professional worlds to provide background on a topic and make a case for a certain point of view. Learning to express yourself clearly and concisely in writing is an important skill that will serve you well in school and in your future career. It is […]

WEEK 6 DISCUSSION PRACTICUM 2 ADULT HEALTH

For this assignment, complete the following Aquifer cases mentioned under the “Aquifer Case Study” section: Internal Medicine 20: 48-year-old woman with HIV After doing the cases, discuss the care of a patient with HIV, including the following: Education Medications Referrals Lab monitoring Confidentiality Prevention for the patient’s close contacts The type of specialist this patient […]