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NU 665B Week 3 Assignment 2: iHuman Simulation

Sample Answer for NU 665B Week 3 Assignment 2: iHuman Simulation Included After Question

Value: 100 points

Due: Day 7

Grading Category: Assignments – iHuman Assignments

Introduction

The iHuman platform is an opportunity for you to interact with a simulated patient and gather data. When working in iHuman, practice as if this were a real patient. For example, the platform allows you to ask many questions when taking a history. In real life, you likely will be limited in time. Practice setting a time limit for yourself and work on being efficient in your clinical interview.

If you require technical support with the iHuman platform, use the iHuman Help Center to contact iHuman Technical Support directly. Technical support refers to a malfunction of the platform; they cannot help with issues involving content! Faculty cannot assist with technical issues.

Instructions

In this assignment, you will review a patient scenario in iHuman. Please see the course announcement for the case assigned this week. Your deliverable for this assignment is a paper based on the iHuman SOAP Note Template (Word).

Follow the requirements listed in the iHuman SOAP Note Template.

When your iHuman SOAP Note Template is complete, upload it to this assignment.

All papers must conform to the most recent APA standards.

Please refer to the Grading Rubric for details on how this activity will be graded.

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A Sample Answer For The Assignment: NU 665B Week 3 Assignment 2: iHuman Simulation

Title: NU 665B Week 3 Assignment 2: iHuman Simulation

Typing Template for SOAP notes: A Sample for NU664B and NU665B

Student A. Sample

Online Department of Nursing, Regis College

NU665: Primary Care of the Family II

Dr. Professor’s Name

Date:

Typing Template for SOAP notes: A Sample for NU664B and NU665B

Assessment

This is the differential diagnosis section. List FOUR differential / working diagnoses. One of these will be your final diagnosis. For EACH of your diagnoses, list a brief rationale indicating why this diagnosis should be considered or not considered as the final diagnosis. Include references used to guide your thinking.

 

 

 

 

Final Diagnosis:

Plan

All plans until you graduate contain the following elements. If an item does not apply to the particular situation, please indicate not applicable or not needed at this time. If it’s not indicated, it is assumed to not have been addressed.

Pharmacology

Medications—both prescription and OTC—go here. Write out your prescription meds just like a prescription.

Non-Pharmacology

What non-pharmacologic interventions do you recommend for your patient?

Diagnostics

Are there any lab tests, radiology, or other diagnostics you would like to order? Remember to think primary care. No troponins or bedside stat echos in the office.

Consults/Referrals

Would you like to phone a friend? Should they follow up with a specialist for additional or further care?

Patient Education

What important information do you need to make certain they know? Don’t forget about serious medication interactions or OCP.

Follow Up

Think about how much leeway you want to give this patient before someone lays eyes on them again? One week? Two? What should they do if they experience new or worsening symptoms?

Sample Plan

Here is how this needs to look on i-Human submissions: (This is a sample only—do not include in your submission.)

Pharmacology:

Ramipril 10mg 1 tablet PO QD

Norvasc 5mg 1 tablet PO QHS

HCTZ 12.5mg 1 tablet PO QAM

(more if needed)

Non-pharmacology

DASH diet

Lifestyle modifications: exercise, etc.

Avoid caffeine and other stimulants

(more if needed)

Labs

CBC (anemia, “paleness,” fatigue)

CMP (liver function, renal function, electrolytes, nutrition status)

BNP (cardiac dysfunction)

Microalbumin (kidney function—due annually for htn/dm patients)

(more if needed)

Diagnostics

EKG

ECHO

Stress test

Sleep study

(more if needed)

Patient education

Compression stockings may help with the edema as will reducing the calcium channel blocker. You need to check your blood pressure twice a day before you take your medications and keep a log. Please bring this log to your appointments.

Address the benefits and limitations to each medication. Address common side effects and the patient goals. Also, address common education topics.

(more if needed)

Referrals

Cardiology

(more if needed)

Follow up

Follow-up appointment in 1 week to address medication changes and review additional laboratory results (CITATIONsA, 2020; CITATIONsB, 2020)

References

American Psychological Association. (2020). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.). American Psychological Association.

Daresh, J. C. (2004). Beginning the assistant principalship: A practical guide for new school administrators. Corwin.

Herbst-Damm, K. L., & Kulik, J. A. (2005). Volunteer support, marital status, and the survival times of terminally ill patients. Health Psychology, 24, 225–229. doi:10.1037/0278-6133.24.2.225

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. (2003). Managing asthma: A guide for schools (NIH Publication No. 02-2650). Retrieved from http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/
health/prof/asthma/asth_sch.pdf

Title: NU 665B Week 3 Assignment 2: iHuman Simulation

iHuman Moodle Rubric

CriteriaExemplary
Exceeds ExpectationsAdvanced
Meets ExpectationsIntermediate
Needs ImprovementNovice
InadequateTotal PointsSubjective – 40%Determined by iHuman40 pointsDetermined by iHuman36 pointsDetermined by iHuman32 pointsDetermined by iHuman0 points40Objective – 25%Determined by iHuman25 pointsDetermined by iHuman22 pointsDetermined by iHuman20 pointsDetermined by iHuman0 points25Objective – 5% (Testing)Determined by iHuman5 pointsDetermined by iHuman4 pointsDetermined by iHuman3 pointsDetermined by iHuman0 points5Assessment–5%Three differential diagnoses are supported by findings and include worst-case scenario.

Rationale for differential diagnoses provided by scholarly resources.

5 pointsThree differential diagnoses include worst-case scenario, but one diagnosis might not be fully supported by findings.

Rationale for differential diagnoses provided by scholarly resources.

3 pointsDifferential diagnoses may or may not include worst-case scenario, and two differential diagnoses are not supported by findings.

Rationale for all differential diagnoses not provided by scholarly resources.

1 pointsFewer than three differential diagnoses identified, or differential diagnoses not supported by findings and do not include worst-case scenario.

Scholarly resources not provided or do not support differential diagnoses.

0 points5Plan–25%Comprehensive plan includes all components:Diagnostic testingPharmacologic interventionNon-pharmacologic interventionReferralsPatient educationFollow-upAppropriate and current guidelines cited.

25 pointsPlan missing one of the identified components:Diagnostic testingPharmacologic interventionNon-pharmacologic interventionReferralsPatient educationFollow-upAppropriate and current guidelines cited.

17 pointsPlan missing two of the identified components:Diagnostic testingPharmacologic interventionNon-pharmacologic interventionReferralsPatient educationFollow-upGuidelines are not current or appropriate for identified problem.

9 pointsPlan missing more than three of the identified components:Diagnostic testingPharmacologic interventionNon-pharmacologic interventionReferralsPatient educationFollow-upGuidelines for plan not cited.

0 points25Total Points100

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