Differentiate between normal physiological processes and pathological presentations of adult health states for promoting health and preventing disease.
attached is the rubric in detail, please follow each section and address. the person of topic will be alexander graham and the disease he had diabetes. attached will also be the start of a paper than can be used.
NUR 315 Final Project Guidelines and Rubric
Pathophysiology is a topic that is studied by most healthcare professional students—including nursing, medicine, and other allied health professionals. Increasingly, this study has been enriched and enhanced through the use of various patient care technologies. Pathophysiology is defined as the study of the disturbance of normal mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions, either caused by a disease or resulting from an abnormal syndrome or condition that may not qualify to be called a disease. Pathophysiology may also be thought of as the study of the biological and physical manifestations of disease as they correlate with the underlying abnormalities and physiological disturbances. It is critically important for nurses to understand and be able to assess common health challenges or diseases.
The final project for this course will require you to choose a well-known individual from history or current popular literature, with instructor approval, who has a known physiological disease or illness of interest, and analyze that person’s case. You will then develop a plan of care using aspects of the nursing process for your selected case.
This assessment addresses the following course outcomes:
? Differentiate between normal physiological processes and pathological presentations of adult health states for promoting health and preventing disease
? Assess the role of patient care technologies in managing and promoting patient outcomes in individuals with chronic diseases and acute illnesses
? Explain the pathological processes of adult diseases and illnesses for guiding risk-reduction and prevention strategies
? Develop plans of care for adult diseases and illnesses that utilize current evidence-based research
You will choose a well-known individual from history or current popular literature, with instructor approval, who has a known physiological—as opposed to psychiatric or psychological—disease or illness, and, using a systematic approach, you will analyze that disease or illness. You will also develop a plan of care for that disease or illness.
In your analysis, you will describe the pathophysiology for your selected disease or illness, propose historical explanations for variations in findings (when applicable), and demonstrate use of nursing conceptual models to frame your discussion of adaptation and stressors collectively for system analysis.
Your plan of care should utilize the PIE (planning, intervention, and evaluation) format. The planning (P) section should include at least two short-term and two long-term goals that are most appropriate for your chosen case, and each goal should have measurable criteria and have a hypothetical target date or time. The intervention (I) section should include interventions or nursing actions that directly relate to the selected case’s goals and that are specific in action and frequency. The number of interventions should be appropriate for helping to meet individual goals. Finally, the evaluation (E) section of the plan of care should include proposed measures for determining success of the plan and an evaluation of the potential success of the plan, based on those measures.
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