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NURS 306 West Coast University Nursing Concept Map Notes

NURS 306 West Coast University Nursing Concept Map Notes

Question Description

I’m working on a nursing spreadsheet and need an explanation to help me learn.

Hello!
I need a concept made created for me which follows the rubric. I’ve supplied an example concept map, information on my patient and the blank template. Whatever infomation you feel i did not provide please make up or just message me 🙂

Name: NURSING CONCEPT MAP RUBRIC

Meets or Exceeds Mostly Meets Approaches Does Not Meet Expectations
History of Present
Illness
Points:8 (8.00%)

HPI explained in detail with accurate and in-depth understanding of chief complaint and supported by evidence based citations.

Points:6.08 (6.08%)

HPI explained in some detail with moderate understanding of chief complaint or no support from evidence based citations.

Points:4 (4.00%)

HPI explained in limited detail with marginal understanding of chief complaint and no support from evidence based citations.

Points:2 (2.00%)

HPI details limited with poor understanding of chief complaint and no evidence based citations to support.

Physical Assessment, & Diagnostic tests/ procedures

Points:8 (8.00%)

Identifies comprehensive assessments parameters relevant to medical diagnoses with relevant diagnostic procedures supported by evidence based citations.

Points:6.08 (6.08%)

Identifies most relevant assessments parameters relevant to medical diagnosis with relevant diagnostic procedures supported by evidence based citations.

Points:4 (4.00%)

Identifies limited relevant assessments parameters relevant to medical diagnosis, relevant diagnostic procedures and vaguely supported by evidence based citations.

Points:2 (2.00%)

Fails to identify relevant assessments parameters relevant to medical diagnoses, relevant diagnostic procedures or not supported by evidence based citations.

Past Medical &
Surgical History, Pathophysiology

Points:8 (8.00%)

Past medical/surgical history detailed with full explanation of Pathophysiology for each diagnosis & accurate details with specific detail related to the client’s history and symptoms and supported by evidence based citations.

Points:6.08 (6.08%)

Past medical/surgical history given with partial explanation of identified preexisting medical diagnoses & explanation accurate with some detail related to the client’s history and symptoms. supported by evidence based citations.

Points:4 (4.00%)

Past medical/surgical history given with minimal explanation of identified preexisting medical diagnoses & few details related to the client’s history and symptoms or not supported by evidence based citations.

Points:2 (2.00%)

No past medical/surgical history given without explanation; no pre-existing medical diagnosis identified or explanations inaccurate and not related to the client’s history and symptoms without evidence.

Erikson’s
Developmental Stages

Points:8 (8.00%)

Identifies and defines correct stage with examples of meeting/not meeting tasks supported by evidence based citations.

Points:6.08 (6.08%)

Identifies and defines correct stage with examples of meeting/not meeting tasks supported by evidence based citations.

Points:4 (4.00%)

Identifies correct stage without adequate definition or example of meeting/not meeting tasks without evidence based citations.

Points:2 (2.00%)

Identifies incorrect stage without definition or inappropriate examples given, not supported by evidence based citations.

Socioeconomic/ Psychosocial Assessment

Points:8 (8.00%)

Describes socioeconomic and cultural background in complete detail with references; Identifies 3 psychosocial concerns.

Points:6.08 (6.08%)

Describes socioeconomic and cultural background in some detail with references; Identifies 2 psychosocial concerns.

Points:4 (4.00%)

Describes socioeconomic and cultural background in vague detail without references; Identifies 1 psychosocial concern.

Points:2 (2.00%)

Describes socioeconomic and cultural background with no detail without references; Identifies no psychosocial concerns.

Interprofessional
Consults & Discharge
Referrals

Points:8 (8.00%)

Lists 3 or more appropriate collaborative issues/concerns; Rationale demonstrates excellent understanding of consults and interventions.

Points:6.08 (6.08%)

Lists 2 appropriate collaborative issues/concerns; Rationale demonstrates satisfactory understanding of consults and interventions.

Points:4 (4.00%)

Lists 1 appropriate collaborative issue/concern; Rationale demonstrates vague understanding of consults and interventions.

Points:2 (2.00%)

Lists inappropriate collaborative issues/concerns; Rationale demonstrates unsatisfactory understanding of consults and interventions.

Potential Health
Deviations

Points:8 (8.00%)

Identifies TWO prioritized risk factors in proper format; Writes 3 independent nursing interventions.

Points:6.08 (6.08%)

Identifies 1 prioritized risk factor in proper format; Writes 2 independent nursing interventions.

Points:4 (4.00%)

Identifies 2 prioritized risk factors but not in proper format; Writes 1 independent pertinent nursing intervention.

Points:2 (2.00%)

Does not identify prioritized risk factors; Writes 0-1 independent nursing intervention not pertinent to the diagnosis.

Priority
Nursing Diagnosis

Points:8 (8.00%)

TWO (2) prioritized diagnoses written correctly with proper format with proper etiology with sufficient data to support the diagnosis.

Points:6.08 (6.08%)

One (1) prioritized diagnoses written correctly with proper format with proper etiology with sufficient data to support the diagnosis. Written correctly without sufficient data to support diagnosis.

Points:4 (4.00%)

Written incorrectly with sufficient data to support diagnosis, not a priority.

Points:2 (2.00%)

Written incorrectly, not in correct format, or without sufficient data to support diagnosis.

Implementation and
Rationale

Points:9 (9.00%)

Identifies 4 comprehensive nursing interventions which support each SMART goal and nursing diagnoses. Nursing interventions are appropriate and safe and demonstrates clinical reasoning. Includes nursing and pharmacological interventions. Includes at least 1 health teaching intervention that considers health literacy level and needs of patient/family. Includes psychosocial, spiritual, and cultural needs. Each is supported with scientific rationale using textbook or EBP.

Points:6.84 (6.84%)

Identifies 3 nursing interventions which support each SMART goal and nursing diagnoses. Nursing interventions are appropriate and safe and demonstrate clinical reasoning. Involved some independent nursing and pharmacological actions. Incomplete health teaching activities. Incomplete psychosocial, spiritual, and cultural needs addressed. Each is supported with scientific rationale using textbook or EBP.

Points:4.5 (4.50%)

Identifies 2 nursing interventions which support each SMART goal and nursing diagnoses. Nursing interventions are inappropriate, but safe and demonstrates poor clinical reasoning. Interventions were appropriate for the condition, but did not take into consideration the patient’s individual’s unique needs. Irrelevant health teaching activities. Does not individualize psychosocial, spiritual, and cultural needs. Each is supported with scientific rationale using textbook or EBP.

Points:2.25 (2.25%)

Identifies 1 independent intervtion with teaching Nursing interventions do not support each SMART goal and nursing diagnoses. Does not demonstrate clinical reasoning, were inappropriate or contraindicated the nursing diagnosis. Focused solely on physician orders and monitoring and did not include nursing actions . Did not mention health teaching activities. Does not include psychosocial, spiritual, and cultural needs. Are not supported with scientific rationale using textbook or EBP.

Planning/Goals &
Evaluation

Points:9 (9.00%)

Goal is measureable, realistic, related to the problem; Data supports if goal is met, not met with appropriate revisions.

Points:6.84 (6.84%)

Goal is not measureable, realistic, related to the problem; Data somewhat supports if goal is met, not met with appropriate revisions.

Points:4.5 (4.50%)

Goal is not measureable, not realistic, related to the problem; Data vaguely supports if goal is met, not met with inappropriate revisions.

Points:2.25 (2.25%)

Goal is not measureable, not realistic, not related to the problem; Data does not support if goal is met, not met with inappropriate revisions.

Medications

Points:9 (9.00%)

Lists all MAR medications with relevant side effects and nursing considerations specific to patient and reasons why patient is receiving drug. Shows safe ranges by weight for infants and children or gives a rationale if it is out of range.

Points:6.84 (6.84%)

Lists all MAR medications but does not include relevant side effects and nursing considerations specific to patient and why patient is receiving drug. Shows safe ranges by weight for infants and children or gives a rationale if it is out of range.

Points:4.5 (4.50%)

Lists most of the MAR medications with relevant side effects and nursing considerations specific to patient and why patient is receiving drug. Shows safe ranges by weight for infants and children or gives a rationale if it is out of range.

Points:2.25 (2.25%)

Lists some MAR medications but does not include relevant side effects and nursing considerations specific to patient. Safe dosages by weight for infants and children are missing or incorrect.

General Organization

Points:9 (9.00%)

Accurate APA format; Appropriate citations & references; No spelling or grammar errors.

Points:6.84 (6.84%)

1-2 APA format errors; Some citations, references are appropriate; Minimal spelling or grammar errors.

Points:4.5 (4.50%)

Many APA format errors; Inappropriate citations or references; Many spelling or grammar errors.

Points:2.25 (2.25%)

No APA formatting; No citations or references included; Many spelling or grammar errors.

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