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NR 302 Health Assessment: Part IREQUIRED UNIFORM ASSIGNMENT GUIDELINESPART 1: THE HEALTH HISTORYPURPOSEBefore any nursing plan of care or intervention can be implemented or evaluated, the nurse assesses theindividual through the collection of both subjective and objective data. The data collected are used to determineareas of need or problems to be addressed by the nursing care plan. This assignment will focus on collectingsubjective assessment data, synthesizing the data, and on identifying health/wellness priorities based on thefindings. The purpose of the assignment is two-fold:To recognize the interrelationships of subjective data (physiological, psychosocial, cultural/spiritual,and developmental) affecting health and wellnessTo reflect on the interactive process between self and client when conducting a health assessmentCOURSE OUTCOMESThis assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcomes:CO 2. Utilize prior knowledge of theories and principles of nursing and related disciplines to integrateclinical judgment in professional decision-making and implementation of nursing process whileobtaining a physical assessment. (PO 4, 8)CO 3. Recognize the influence that developmental stages have on physical, psychosocial, cultural,and spiritual functioning (PO 1)CO 4. Utilize effective communication when performing a health assessment. (PO 3)CO 6. Identify teaching/learning needs from the health history of an individual. (PO 2, 3)DUE DATE: Please See Course Calendar.TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE: 50 points.PREPARING THE ASSIGNMENT:A Health History Worksheet that can be used to help you organize the Family Medical Historyinformation you will obtain from the Adult Participant is located in the Resources section of the Expandpage for Unit 2. The use of this tool is optional. There are three parts to this assignment.Health History Assessment (25 points)Using the following components of a health history assessment and your textbook for explicit detailsabout each category, complete a health assessment/history on an individual of your choice. Theperson interviewed must be 18 years of age or older and should NOT be a family member or closefriend. The purpose of this restriction is to avoid any tendency to anticipate answers or to influencehow the questions are answered. Your goal in choosing an interviewee is to simulate the interactionbetween you and an individual for whom you would provide care. It is important that you inform theperson of your assignment and assure him/her that the information obtained will be keptconfidential. Please be sure to avoid the use of any identifiers in preparing the assignment.Health History components to be included:Demographic dataPerception of healthPast Medical History (including medications, allergies, and vaccinations/immunizations)NR 302 RUA 022216 LS1 NR 302 Health Assessment: Part IFamily Medical HistoryReview of SystemsDevelopmental considerationsCultural considerationsPsychosocial considerationsIf you were to perform a physical assessment, which body system would be a toppriority for evaluation and why?List two teaching/learning need priorities for this individual (Consider Age, Psychosocial,Cultural, Lifespan concerns)Collaborative resources (Think Community, Family, Groups, Health Care System)Reflection (20 points)Reflection is used to intentionally examine our thought processes, actions, and behaviors in order toevaluate outcomes. Provide a written reflection that describes your experience with conducting thisHealth History. First, reflect on your interaction with the interviewee holistically. Consider theinteraction in its entirety: include the environment, your approach to the individual, time of day, andother features relevant to therapeutic communication and to the interview process (if needed, referto your text for a description of therapeutic communication and of the interview process). Finally, besure your reflection addresses each of these questions:How did your interaction compare to what you have learned?What went well?What barriers to communication did you experience?o How did you overcome them? What will you do to overcome them in the future?Were there unanticipated challenges to the interview?Was there information you wished you had obtained?How will you alter your approach next time?Written Communication (5points)Your writing should reflect your synthesis of ideas based on prior knowledge, newly acquired information,and appropriate writing skills. Scoring of your work in written communication is based on proper use ofgrammar, spelling and how clearly you express your thoughts and reasoning in your writing.Feel free to consult with your faculty member as you work on this project.NR 302 RUA 022216 LS2 NR302 Health Assessment IDIRECTIONS AND GRADING CRITERIACategoryPoints%Health History2550Provide a comprehensive health history narrative that includes:demographic data; perception of health; past medical history; familymedical history; review of systems; developmental considerations;cultural considerations; psychosocial considerations; andcollaborative resources.Reflection2040Reflect on the interaction with the interviewee holistically.Consider the interaction in its entirety: include the environment,your approach to the individual, time of day, and other featuresrelevant to therapeutic communication and the interview process(if needed, refer to your text for a description of therapeuticcommunication and the interview process). Be sure yourreflection addresses each of these questions: How did yourinteraction compare to what you have learned? What went well?What barriers to communication did you experience? How didyou overcome them? Were there unanticipated challenges to theinterview? Was there information you wished you had obtained?How will you alter the approach next time?Grammar,Spelling,Clarity ofThought510Writing should reflect your synthesis of ideas based on priorknowledge, newly acquired information, and appropriate writingskills. Scoring of your work in written communication is basedon proper use of grammar, spelling, and how clearly youexpress your thoughts and reasoning in writing.Total50Description100NR 302 RUA Grading Rubric and Grading CriteriaChamberlain College of NursingNR302 Health Assessment IGRADING RUBRICAssignmentCriteriaHealthHistory(25 points)Outstanding or Highest Levelof PerformanceVery Good or High Level ofPerformanceCompetent or SatisfactoryLevel of PerformancePoor, Failing or UnsatisfactoryLevel of PerformanceA (92–100%)B (84–91%)C (76–83%)F (0–75%)Thoroughly presents a healthhistory narrative that includesa detailed description of ALLthe following components:Demographic DataPerception of HealthPast Medical History,Family MedicalHistoryReview of SystemsDevelopmentalConsiderationsCulturalConsiderationsPsychosocialConsiderationsCollaborativeResources.ONE of the key elements ofthe health history narrativeis not presented or lackssufficient detail:Demographic DataPerception of HealthPast Medical History,Family MedicalHistoryReview of SystemsDevelopmentalConsiderationsCulturalConsiderationsPsychosocialConsiderationsCollaborativeResources.Information is presented in aclear, organized, andprofessional manner.23-25 pointsReflection(20 points)Thoughtfully appraises theinterviewee holistically.Reflection includes a detailedresponse to ALL the followingquestions:NR 302 RUA Grading Rubric and Grading CriteriaTWO of the key elements ofthe health history narrative isnot presented or lackssufficient detail:Demographic DataPerception of HealthPast Medical History,Family Medical HistoryReview of SystemsDevelopmentalConsiderationsCulturalConsiderationsPsychosocialConsiderationsCollaborativeResources.THREE or more of the keyelements of the health historynarrative is not presented orlacks sufficient detail:Demographic DataPerception of HealthPast Medical History,Family MedicalHistoryReview of SystemsDevelopmentalConsiderationsCulturalConsiderationsPsychosocialConsiderationsCollaborativeResources.Information is presented in aclear, organized, and professionalmanner.Information is NOT presented in aclear, organized, and professionalmanner.Information is NOT presented in aclear, organized, and professionalmanner.21-22 points19-20 points0-18 pointsThoughtfully appraises theinterviewee holistically.ONE of the followingquestions is not presentedor lacks sufficient detail:Broadly appraises theinterviewee. TWO of thefollowing questions are notpresented or lack sufficientdetail:Broadly appraises theinterviewee. THREE ormore of the followingquestions are not presentedor lack sufficient detail:Chamberlain College of NursingHow did yourinteraction compare towhat you’ve learned?What went well?What barriers tocommunication didyou experience?How did youovercome them?Were thereunanticipatedchallenges to theinterview?Was there informationyou wished you’dobtained?How will you alter theapproach next time?Key/relevant information ispresented in sufficient detailand is clear and organized.19-20 pointsGrammar,spelling,clarity ofthought(5 points)Presents information using clearand logical language. Grammar,spelling, and punctuation are freeof errors.NR302 Health Assessment IHow did yourinteraction compare towhat you’ve learned?What went well?What barriers to communication did you experience?How did youovercome them?Were thereunanticipatedchallenges to theinterview?Was there informationyou wished you’dobtained?How will you alter theapproach next time?Key/relevant information ispresented in sufficient detailand is clear and organized.How did yourinteraction compare towhat you’ve learned?What went well?What barriers tocommunication didyou experience?How did youovercome them?Were thereunanticipatedchallenges to theinterview?Was there informationyou wished you’dobtained?How will you alter theapproach next time?Key/relevant information ispresented in insufficient detailbut is clear and organized.17-18 pointsPresents information using clearand logical language. Grammar,spelling, and punctuation havetwo or less types of errors.16 pointsPresents information using clearand logical language. Grammar,spelling, and punctuation havethree types of errors.4.5 points4 points5 pointsTotal Points Possible =NR 302 RUA Grading Rubric and Grading Criteria50 pointsHow did yourinteraction compare towhat you’ve learned?What went well?What barriers tocommunication didyou experience?How did youovercome them?Were thereunanticipatedchallenges to theinterview?Was there informationyou wished you’dobtained?How will you alter theapproach next time?Key/relevant information ispresented in insufficient detailand is not clear or organized.0-15 pointsInformation is unclear and difficultto follow. Grammar, spelling, andpunctuation have three or moretypes of errors.0–3 points

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