PLANNING CARE

A discussion of the importance of the guiding priniciples of self-management, empowerment and advocacy in the collaborative management of the patient and her family.
A discussion of the role of the registered nurse in the management of this patient and her family and an analysis of the ways in which the registered nurse could collaborate with other members of the interdisciplinary team to co-ordinate the provision of comprehesive nursing care to the patient and his/her family.
A nursing care plan that contains five (5) nursing interventions that would be appropriate for the patient at this stage of her presentation. This should be completed using the template provided in the additional upload
Each intervention must be supported by a rationale that explains at least one or all of the following: how it will address the underlying pathophysiology, how it is keeping with the guiding principles discussed in your report and/or how it is consistent with current best practice.

Your report must adhere to academic writing conventions. Sub-headings may be used, but dot points and tables should not be included in the main part of your report.

You should support your discussion with a MINIMUM 12 recent (less than 7 years old) and credible sources. Credible sources include, peer reviewed journal articles, text-books, evidence summaries, best practice guidelines, government documents, health facility clinical guildelines and policies/procedures and websites containing content aimed at health professionals. 

Marking criteria
Discusses the Guiding Prinicples used to Plan Nursing Care for People with Chronic and Complex Conditions
(15 marks)

Discusses the Overall Role of the Registered Nurse in the Management of a Patient with Chronic and Complex Conditions.
(10 marks)

Analysis of Opportunities for Collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Team and Co-ordination of Care.
(20 marks)

Plans and Justifies appropriate Nursing Interventions for a Paitent with a Chronic and Complex Condition
(25 marks)

please adhere to the marking criteria
2000 words excluding table