Miami Dade College A Beautiful Boy by David Sheff Movie Reflection PPT The student is required to research an evidence-based practice article containing th

Miami Dade College A Beautiful Boy by David Sheff Movie Reflection PPT The student is required to research an evidence-based practice article containing the identified psychiatric disease and associated treatment plan and attach a copy to their post movie written worksheet.List of questions will be provided in MS Word doc;Please include introduction (with purpose statement: “the purpose of this presentation is…”) and conclusion Course Code
NRS-493
Class Code
NRS-493-O507
Criteria
Content
Percentage
80.0%
Revisions Incorporated as Directed by Instructor 5.0%
Background
5.0%
Clinical Problem Statement
5.0%
Purpose of Change Proposal
5.0%
PICOT Question
5.0%
Literature Search
5.0%
Evaluation of Literature
5.0%
Change or Nursing Theory
5.0%
Implementation Plan and Outcome Measures
10.0%
Use of Evidence-Based Practice in Intervention
Plan
10.0%
Plan for Evaluating Proposed Nursing
Intervention
10.0%
Potential Barriers and Plan to Overcome Barriers 10.0%
Organization and Effectiveness
15.0%
Thesis Development and Purpose
5.0%
Argument Logic and Construction
5.0%
Criteria 3Mechanics of Writing (includes spelling,
punctuation, grammar, language use)
5.0%
Format
5.0%
Paper Format (use of appropriate style for the
major and assignment)
2.0%
Documentation of Sources (citations, footnotes,
references, bibliography, etc., as appropriate to
assignment and style)
3.0%
Total Weightage
100%
Assignment Title
Benchmark – Capstone Project Change Proposal
1: Unsatisfactory (0.00%)
Revision is omitted.
Background of clinical problem omitted.
Clinical problem statement omitted.
Purpose of the change proposal in relation to providing
patient care in the changing health care system is omitted.
PICOT questions is omitted.
Literature search strategy employed omitted.
Evaluation of literature omitted.
Change or nursing theory omitted.
Implementation plan and outcome measures are omitted.
Use of evidence-based practice in intervention plan omitted.
Plan for evaluating proposed nursing intervention omitted.
Potential barriers and plan to overcome barriers are omitted.
Paper lacks any discernible overall purpose or organizing
claim.
Statement of purpose is not justified by the conclusion. The
conclusion does not support the claim made. Argument is
incoherent and uses noncredible sources.
Surface errors are pervasive enough that they impede
communication of meaning. Inappropriate word choice or
sentence construction is used.
Template is not used appropriately or documentation format
is rarely followed correctly.
Sources are not documented.
Total Points
300.0
2: Less Than Satisfactory (75.00%)
Revision is incomplete. Many aspects are still incomplete,
inaccurate, or unclear.
Background of clinical problem is incomplete.
Clinical problem statement is incomplete.
Purpose of the change proposal in relation to providing
patient care in the changing health care system is incomplete.
Topic is presented but criteria is incomplete.
Topic is presented but criteria is incomplete.
Evaluation of literature is incomplete.
Change or nursing theory is incomplete.
Implementation plan and outcome measures are presented is
incomplete.
Use of evidence-based practice in intervention plan is
incomplete.
Plan for evaluating proposed nursing intervention is
incomplete.
Potential barriers and plan to overcome barriers are
incomplete.
Thesis is insufficiently developed or vague. Purpose is not
clear.
Sufficient justification of claims is lacking. Argument lacks
consistent unity. There are obvious flaws in the logic. Some
sources have questionable credibility.
Frequent and repetitive mechanical errors distract the
reader. Inconsistencies in language choice (register), sentence
structure, or word choice are present.
Template is used, but some elements are missing or
mistaken; lack of control with formatting is apparent.
Documentation of sources is inconsistent or incorrect, as
appropriate to assignment and style, with numerous
formatting errors.
3: Satisfactory (79.00%)
Most key aspects were revised. Some aspects are still vague
or contain minor inaccuracies.
Background of clinical problem are summarized. There are
minor omissions or inaccuracies. Some support or
information is needed.
Clinical problem statement is summarized. There are minor
omissions or inaccuracies. Some support or information is
needed.
Purpose of the change proposal in relation to providing
patient care in the changing health care system is
summarized. There are minor omissions or inaccuracies.
Some support or information is needed.
Topic and most criteria are presented. There are minor
omissions or inaccuracies. Some support or information is
needed.
Topic and most criteria are presented. There are minor
omissions or inaccuracies. Some support or information is
needed.
Evaluation of literature is summarized. There are minor
omissions or inaccuracies. Some support or information is
needed.
Change or nursing theory is summarized. There are minor
omissions or inaccuracies. Some support or information is
needed.
Implementation plan and outcome measures are
summarized. There are minor omissions or inaccuracies.
Some support or information is needed.
Use of evidence-based practice in intervention plan is
summarized. There are minor omissions or inaccuracies.
Some support or information is needed.
Plan for evaluating proposed nursing intervention is
summarized. There are minor omissions or inaccuracies.
Some support or information is needed.
Potential barriers and plan to overcome barriers are
summarized. There are minor omissions or inaccuracies.
Some support or information is needed.
Thesis is apparent and appropriate to purpose.
Argument is orderly, but may have a few inconsistencies. The
argument presents minimal justification of claims. Argument
logically, but not thoroughly, supports the purpose. Sources
used are credible. Introduction and conclusion bracket the
thesis.
Some mechanical errors or typos are present, but they are
not overly distracting to the reader. Correct sentence
structure and audience-appropriate language are used.
Template is used, and formatting is correct, although some
minor errors may be present.
Sources are documented, as appropriate to assignment and
style, although some formatting errors may be present.
4: Good (89.00%)
The key aspects were revised. The revision generally
improves the accuracy and clarity of the project.
Background of clinical problem are presented. Minor aspects
are unclear or require support.
Clinical problem statement is presented. Minor aspects are
unclear or require support.
Purpose of the change proposal in relation to providing
patient care in the changing health care system is presented.
Minor aspects are unclear or require support.
Topic and criteria are presented. Minor aspects are unclear or
require support.
Topic and criteria are presented. Minor aspects are unclear or
require support.
Evaluation of literature is presented. Minor aspects are
unclear or require support.
Change or nursing theory is presented. Minor aspects are
unclear or require support.
Implementation plan and outcome measures are presented.
Minor aspects are unclear or require support.
Use of evidence-based practice in intervention plan is
presented. Minor aspects are unclear or require support.
Plan for evaluating proposed nursing intervention is
presented. Minor aspects are unclear or require support.
Potential barriers and plan to overcome barriers are
presented. Minor aspects are unclear or require support.
Thesis is clear and forecasts the development of the paper.
Thesis is descriptive and reflective of the arguments and
appropriate to the purpose.
Argument shows logical progressions. Techniques of
argumentation are evident. There is a smooth progression of
claims from introduction to conclusion. Most sources are
authoritative.
Prose is largely free of mechanical errors, although a few may
be present. A variety of sentence structures and effective
figures of speech are used.
Template is fully used; There are virtually no errors in
formatting style.
Sources are documented, as appropriate to assignment and
style, and format is mostly correct.
5: Excellent (100.00%)
All revisions are incorporated. The revision greatly improves
the accuracy and clarity of the project.
Background of clinical problem are clearly and logically
presented. Relevant support and rationale are evident.
Clinical problem statement is clearly and logically presented.
Relevant support and rationale are evident.
Purpose of the change proposal in relation to providing
patient care in the changing health care system is logically
presented. Relevant support and rationale are evident.
Topic and criteria are clearly and logically presented. Relevant
support and rationale are evident.
Topic and criteria are clearly and logically presented. Relevant
support and rationale are evident.
Comments
Evaluation of literature is clearly and logically presented.
Relevant support and rationale are evident.
Change or nursing theory is logically presented. Relevant
support and rationale are evident.
Implementation plan and outcome measures are clearly and
logically presented. Relevant support and rationale are
evident.
Use of evidence-based practice in intervention plan is clearly
and logically presented. Relevant support and rationale are
evident.
Plan for evaluating proposed nursing intervention is clearly
and logically presented. Relevant support and rationale are
evident.
Potential barriers and plan to overcome barriers are clearly
and logically presented. Relevant support and rationale are
evident.
Thesis is comprehensive and contains the essence of the
paper. Thesis statement makes the purpose of the paper
clear.
Clear and convincing argument that presents a persuasive
claim in a distinctive and compelling manner. All sources are
authoritative.
Writer is clearly in command of standard, written, academic
English.
All format elements are correct.
Sources are completely and correctly documented, as
appropriate to assignment and style, and format is free of
error.
Points Earned
Running head: NURSING PRACTISE
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Alternative Methods of Reducing Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting
Christy A. Toombs
Grand Canyon University
June 7, 2020
NURSING PRACTISE
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Alternative methods of reducing postoperative nausea and vomiting
Evidence-based solution
This paper seeks to determine alternative methods of reducing postoperative nausea and
vomiting in teenagers during the first six months compared to adults. There is an existing gap in
the health care system, whereby there is minimal usage of proper medication to treat surgical
patients. More so, the treatment procedures are dangerous to surgical patients due to side effects.
In this case, QueaseEase is an evidence-based solution to solve nausea and vomiting. It is an
aromatic inhaler that is user friendly to people of all ages. Weibel et al. (2017), asserts that the
use of QueaseEase is effective and efficient to people of all ages and have no adverse side
effects. In this case, it is the best alternative method of reducing postoperative nausea and
vomiting compared to medications.
Nursing intervention
Unlike adults, teenagers’ are vulnerable to nausea and vomiting symptoms after surgical
operations due to anesthesia injections. Nurses are the focal point towards teenagers’ views of
post-treatment implications and the proper approach to comfort-ability. They ought to provide
medical follow-up and enhance the adolescents to have a health plan during the post-treatment
period. They should use QueaseEase as the best therapy for the treatment of postoperative nausea
and vomiting. Importantly, a stable relationship between the nurses and patients facilitates
greater responsibility for quality health care (Walker et al., 2019). More so, they are prone to
moods, emotions, and illnesses when they lack adequate moral support.
Patient care
NURSING PRACTISE
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The teenage cognitive and emotional frame lacks adequate understanding and addressed
after surgical treatment, despite the vast information available concerning potential medical
consequences, adolescents face the highest risk of complications. However, they are factors
concerning the quality of health care versus supportive framework. Garcia-Vivar, Elizondo, and
Ambrosio (2019) illustrate that both physical and psychosocial approaches are crucial to enhance
the well-being of postoperative patients. In this case, the nurses should utilize patient and healthfriendly products as well as a follow-up to establish a healthy lifestyle. The care plan should
remain intact and implemented for a long-term basis, especially when the symptoms reoccur.
Health care agency
In the 21st century, health care agencies are relying on information systems and
innovations to facilitate efficient health care. In post-operation and anesthesia care units,
clinicians have adequate information concerning the patient’s reaction to particular treatment
approaches. The research agencies provide data concerning teenager’s results and what they need
to help them adequately without adverse effects. Health care agencies have developed safety
programs for enhancing effective and efficient practices in post-operations, such as the
introduction of patient-friendly treatment methods. Therefore, they will achieve a collective goal
of improving patient experience and the long-term healing process.
Nursing practice
Nurses have identified the urgency of implementing a holistic approach towards the
treatment of postoperative nausea and vomiting amongst teenagers. It has facilitated the
development of optimal algorithms of care and professional attitude towards emotional and
internal body reactions (Rosenzweig, Kota, and van Londen, 2017). In this case, the nurses
NURSING PRACTISE
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provide adequate care at a shorter period with fewer risks involved. APRN-CNS and APRNCNS (2017), reported that patient satisfaction is facilitated by advanced nursing practices and
survivorship care program. In conclusion, the use of QueseEase method is useful to the treatment
of post-operation patients without negative implications. Teenagers require a proper medical
approach to enhance their health, emotions, and psychological phenomenon.
NURSING PRACTISE
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References
APRN-CNS, J. A. S., & APRN-CNS, S. W. (2017). Outcomes of cancer survivorship care
provided by advanced practice RNs compared to other models of care: a systematic
review. In Oncology nursing forum (Vol. 44, No. 1, p. E34). Oncology Nursing Society.
Garcia-Vivar, C., Elizondo, N., & Ambrosio, L. (2019). Primary Care Nursing Is Essential to
Fully Implement Survivorship Care Plans for Long-term Cancer Survivors and Their
Families. Cancer Nursing, 42(3), 177-178.
Rosenzweig, M. Q., Kota, K., & van Londen, G. (2017, November). Interprofessional
management of cancer survivorship: new models of care. In Seminars in oncology
nursing (Vol. 33, No. 4, pp. 449-458). WB Saunders.
Walker, A. J., Lewis, F. M., Lin, Y., Zahlis, E., & Rosenberg, A. R. (2019). Trying to feel
normal again: early survivorship for adolescent cancer survivors. Cancer nursing, 42(4),
E11-E21.
Weibel, S., Jetting, Y., Pace, N. L., Rücker, G., Raj, D., Schaefer, M. S., … & Kranke, P. (2017).
Drugs for preventing postoperative nausea and vomiting in adults after general
anesthesia: a network meta?analysis. The Cochrane Database of Systematic
Reviews, 2017(11).
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Running head: CAPSTONE PROJECT
Limiting Drug Use Through the Use of Alternative Methods for Postoperative Nausea and
Vomiting
Name
Institution
Course Code
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CAPSTONE PROJECT
The main focus of the change proposal
Postoperative nausea and vomiting are irregularities occurring after surgery due to
anesthetic injections. According to Stoicea et al. (2015), the complications arise
approximately 20 and 40% of the post-surgery individuals. Mostly, physicians prescribe
drugs to ease the issue, yet they are proactive in standard medical treatment. In this case,
QueaseEase, an aromatic inhaler, is the best approach to solving the problem. It is user
friendly to people of all ages. However, individuals and medical professionals lack adequate
information concerning the product. Therefore, the project will focus on professionals
working in the post-anesthesia care unit.
The setting for the project proposal
In the post-anesthesia care unit, patients incur high costs due to prolonged treatment
periods and poor satisfaction (Malone, 2017). Therefore, it is the most convenient setting to
test QueaseEase effectiveness. The sampled patients will range from all age groups and
different surgical treatments to determine the quality of the approach (Weibel et al., 2017). In
this case, observations are made quickly with the control team in place.
Description of the problem
The postoperative complications management is insufficient, as found out by Lee et al.
(2015), resulting in high costs and length of stay. Shaikh (2016) used Apfel simplified risk
scoring model claims that patients with high scores experience increased complications. In
this case, he claims that the use of non-pharmacological approaches is the best technique to
reduce baseline risks. However, a proper professional approach, such as the use of the
planned multimodal system from the preoperative period, will enhance a significant decline
in the prevalence of the complications.
Effect of the problem
CAPSTONE PROJECT
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Nausea and vomiting conditions are challenging to surgical patients since it results in
discomfort and mild infections. More so, it results in moderate and severe pains eventually
(Lee et al., 2015). When it occurs, physicians prescribe more medicine for pain management.
As per Kiberd et al., (2016), research the most quality approach is the use of QueaseEase,
which relieves pain and nausea. Nevertheless, the anesthesia unit requires adequate training
and education concerning the handling of medications and patients. A more sophisticated
approach comprises forming a professional team that implements the idea and collects survey
results. Understanding the impact of the complications and QueaseEase aromatherapy is
crucial in resolving the difficulties.
Significance of the topic and its implications for nursing practice
Patients incur high costs after surgery due to emerging complications. More so, they
claim inadequate approach from the clinicians concerning the issue. On the other hand,
excessive use of drugs can deteriorate the health condition of an individual. Therefore,
patients are less satisfied, resulting in the poor reputation of the nurses. Understanding
alternative methods for curing postoperative nausea and vomiting will help in recovery,
satisfaction, and reduced costs (Hines 2018). The nurses will have simplified work since they
can treat the patients within a shorter period. Further, the reputation of the nurses will prevail
as well as handle other predominant issues.
The proposed solution to the identified problem
As identified in the project, QueaseEase is a nausea relief product made out of
essential oils. In this case, it has no medicinal components and used as an inhalant. Studies
have shown that the product does not have after-effects and is recommended to patients of all
risk levels. The approach will improve nursing practice through efficiency and effectiveness.
Patients will receive satisfaction and ease after the surgery process.
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CAPSTONE PROJECT
References
Hines, S., Steels, E., Chang, A., & Gibbons, K. (2018). Aromatherapy for treatment of
postoperative nausea and vomiting. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (3).
Kiberd, M. B., Clarke, S. K., Chorney, J., d’Eon, B., & Wright, S. (2016). Aromatherapy for
the treatment of PONV in children: a pilot RCT. BMC complementary and alternative
medicine, 16(1), 1-6.
Lee, Y. Z., Lee, R. Q., Thinn, K. K., Poon, K. H., & Liu, E. H. C. (2015). How patients fare
after anaesthesia for elective surgery: a survey of postoperative nausea and vomiting,
pain and confusion. Singapore medical journal, 56(1), 40.
Malone, D. (2017). Post-Operative Nausea Vomiting Aromatherapy Project. Journal of
PeriAnesthesia Nursing, 32(4), e49.
Phillips, C., Brookes, C. D., Rich, J., Arbon, J., & Turvey, T. A. (2015). Postoperative nausea
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