Concept Mapping On Clincal Case Studies For Medical Surgical Nursing

Concept Mapping On Clincal Case Studies For Medical Surgical Nursing

Students are to complete the case studies listed below and develop a concept map according to the attached “Nursing Process Paper: Concept Mapping”. After the student completes the Case Study and Concept Map, please grade the case study (answers attached) and grade the concept map according to the “Concept Map Evaluation Criteria”.

 

At the end of the semester the following must be submitted:

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· Completed case studies graded

· Completed Concept Maps graded with a completed rubric for each one

· Completed Student Evaluation

 

Please note all documents are attached to assist your success.

 

CASE STUDIES

Harding, M. & Snyder, J.S. (2016) Clinical Reasoning Cases in Nursing (7th ed.). St. Louis, MO:

Elsevier Mosby. – Required Textbook

Diabetes Type 2

Case Study 91 Page 411-414

 

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Case Study 70 Page 313-316

 

Inflammatory Bowel Disease with Small Bowel

Case Study 62 Page 279-283

 

Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Case Study 40 Page 180-185

 

Fractured Hip with Postoperative Complications

Case Study 46 Page 205-209

 

Coronary Artery Disease and Heart Failure

Case Study 4 Page 14-18

 

ZOOM

LIU has purchased an upgraded zoom account in which you can meet with your group of students for an unlimited amount of time. You will need to set up a zoom account through the LIU Zoom: liu.zoom.us (log in and password are the same as your LIU username and password). Once you have a zoom account, there are webinars, live and pre-recorded that you can access to learn how to use zoom. The basics are intuitive, but if you have never done it before, play with it before you meet with your group. Here is a link to a 30 minute introductory webinar to learn the basics: https://liu.zoom.us/rec/play/ucYoIumtq243G9fAswSDUPArW9W-eKis1Cga8_EPmk7mAnFQMAevZ7IQZefBr9eLpOtBNxuUZZ4WFxrQ?continueMode=true

 

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