Nurse care plan and Research Paper
Nursing Care Plan
- Assessment: The first step in developing a care plan is to assess the patient’s condition. This includes gathering information about the patient’s medical history, current symptoms, and vital signs.
- Diagnosis: Based on the assessment data, identify the nursing diagnoses that are relevant to the patient’s condition. These diagnoses need to be specific and measurable.
- Plan: Set goals and develop interventions for each nursing diagnosis. Goals should be realistic and achievable, and interventions should be evidence-based and tailored to the patient’s needs.
- Implementation: Execute the interventions in accordance with the care plan. It may be necessary to administer medications, educate the family and patient, or coordinate with other health care providers.
- Evaluation: Evaluate the patient’s response to the interventions and make any necessary adjustments to the care plan.
The Research Paper
- Introduce the disease and its prevalence.
- The literature review should include a review of existing information about the diseases. This includes their causes, symptoms, diagnostics and treatments.
- Describe your research methodology, such as the design of the study, the data collection techniques, and the statistical analysis.
- Results: Describe the findings of your research. Include all significant results.
- Discuss the findings of your research, in the light of existing literature. Make recommendations on future clinical research.
- Summary of key findings and conclusions.
Format your document in APA style by including the following elements.
- Title page: List the title, author, institution, and the name of the document.
- Summary: Give a concise summary of the article (no greater than 250 word).
- Use subheadings to organize the main body of your paper (such as an introduction, literature review and methodology.
- In-text Citations: All sources should be cited with author-date.
- Citations: List all the sources cited throughout your paper. Format them according to APA standards.
You may find this information useful as you write your nursing research proposal and plan of care. Best of luck to you!