The purpose of this paper is to apply information gathered from the Family Genetic History and Milestone 1 assignments to identify one modifiable risk factor and develop an evidence-based teaching plan that promotes health as well as improves patient outcomes.
This assignment enables the student to meet the following Course Outcomes.
- CO4: Identify teaching/learning needs from the health history of an individual. (PO2)
This assignment is worth a total of 225 points.
The assignment is to be submitted by Sunday, 11:59 p.m. MT at the end of Week 6.
You are required to use the assignment specific item(s) (article/systematic review/topic/form/templates) or you will earn a “0” for the assignment. In addition, assignments that do not follow the current guidelines or use the required item, as defined above, will be evaluated for evidence of an academic integrity violation.
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General Directions & Project Guidelines
- You are required to complete the assignment using the productivity tools required by Chamberlain University, which is Microsoft Office Word 2013 (or later version), or Windows and Office 2011 (or later version) for MAC. You must save the file in the “.docx” format. Do NOT save as Word Pad. A later version of the productivity tool includes Office 365, which is available to Chamberlain students for FREE by downloading from the student portal at. Click on the envelope at the top of the page.
- This paper is to be written in APA format. Please use the recommended assignment specific linked here to type on. The SSPRNBSN resource has a great section on writing scholarly papers and APA formatting (to find resource watch: http://www.brainshark.com/devry/Student_Success_Strategies/zHszgnQAKzBXqbz0 (Links to an external site.))
- APA formatting helps you to format your paper in a professional manner and provides consistent methods for citing your sources within the paper and providing the complete reference on the reference page. See the documents in the APA category in Course Resources for assistance with APA formatting.
- This paper is expected to be no more than four pages in length (not including the title page and reference list).
- Please use the categories listed below as the first level headings for each section of your paper(Exception: Instead of “Introduction” please use the title of your paper).
Using the information gathered in your Genetic Family History and Milestone 1 assignments, you will identify and research one modifiable risk factor. You will develop an evidence-based teaching plan that promotes health, with the aim of improving patient outcomes related to this modifiable risk factor.
- Introduction (1 paragraph): The introduction should be interesting and capture the reader’s attention.
- State one preventable disease your adult participant is at risk for developing (obesity, Type 2 Diabetes, etc.), based on the information you have gathered during this course.
- Introduce one modifiable risk factor (diet, smoking, sedentary lifestyle, etc.) associated with the preventable disease you described.
- Clearly state the purpose of your paper. The purpose statement should relate to developing a patient teaching plan.
- Preventable Disease Overview (1-2 paragraphs): Please use course materials and scholarly sources to complete this section. Be sure to paraphrase and include citations as needed!
- Describe briefly the preventable disease you identified in the introduction.
- What are the signs and symptoms associated with this disease?
- How is it diagnosed? Notable information from Health History and General Survey? Signs and symptoms? Risk assessments? Lab values?
- What physical assessment findings would be associated with this disease?
- How did you identify your adult participant’s risk for this disease?
- Specific information gathered in the Genetic Family History?
- Specific information gathered in the Milestone 1 assignment?
- Describe briefly the preventable disease you identified in the introduction.
- Evidence Based Intervention (1-2 paragraphs):
- Choose and describe one evidence based intervention related to the modifiable risk factor you have chosen. (One that has been shown to be effective at reducing an individual’s risk for developing the preventable disease.)
- Describe this intervention in detail, and provide rationale for your intervention utilizing:
- At least one scholarly peer-reviewed journal article. Go to the Chamberlain library at. Search peer reviewed journals to find a scholarly article that discusses interventions associated with the modifiable risk factor you have chosen as the focus of your paper. Summarize what you learned from this article and cite the source in the text and reference page (Author, year). The article must be less than 10 years old. You may include and cite your textbook or other scholarly sources as well, but they do not count as the scholarly journal article.
- You must summarize and analyze the information from your sources in your own words. Avoid direct quotations. If you do include a short quotation, be sure to cite it properly.
- List short and long term goals you have for your participant related to this intervention.
- Implementation: Teaching Plan (1-2 paragraphs):
- Discuss in this section what methods you will use to teach your participant how to implement the intervention.
- What is it that you are asking them to do? (For example, if your intervention is “quit smoking”, what specific steps will you recommend your participant take to achieve this goal?)
- Describe any resources you would provide to the participant to help them understand and be successful (websites, community services, handouts, etc.).
- Evaluation (1 paragraph):
- Describe at least one method (weight, lab values, etc.) you would use to evaluate whether your intervention was effective.
- How would you revise you plan if it proved to be unsuccessful?
- Summary (1 paragraph):
- Summarize the main points of your paper.
- Reiterate what you hope to accomplish by implementing this intervention.
- End with a concluding statement.
- Reference Page:
- The Reference Page should start on a new page (insert a page break).
- All references should be cited within the body of the paper as (Author, year) and the full reference should be included in APA format on the reference page.
- A URL link alone is not an adequate reference.
- See the Chamberlain Guidelines for Writing Professional Papers in Course Resources for examples of properly formatted references.
RN Health Assessment
Lifestyles and dietary patterns play a role in the prevalence of many preventable diseases, and identification of modifiable risk factors is important to promote behavioral change for people at risk of diseases. Based on the review of health history of the client’s health history from the milestone 1 assignment, the patient is at risk of stroke (preventable disease). This can be said because the patient has a history of hypertension and high cholesterol, which are medical risk factors fordeveloping stroke. She is also taking aspirin and Clopidogrel medications to prevent stroke. One modifiable risk factor associated with the risk of stroke in apatient isan inactive or sedentary lifestyle. Physical activity is often targeted inapatient to prevent stroke and premature death (Arboix, 2015). The main purpose of the report is to identify one evidence-basedintervention to eliminate the modifiable risk factors and develop a teaching plan for the patient to effectively utilize the intervention to promote health and well-being.
Preventable Disease Overview
Stroke is a medical condition associated with sudden onset of weakness, paralysis, disturbed speech and aphasia caused thesudden interruption of blood flow to the brain area. This lack of blood flow to the brain mainly results because of blockage or narrowing of the arteries(Caplan, 2016).Some common symptoms include speech difficulty, paralysis, gait disturbance and blurred vision and the symptoms may vary individually based on the region of the brain which is affected. Smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and adiagnosis of diabetes also increases the risk of stroke. The presence of high cholesterol, hypertension and…Please click the Paypal icon below to purchase full solution for only $5