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Running​ ​head:​ ​EXECUTIVE​ ​SUMMARY
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Executive​ ​Summary
Title
Student’s​ ​Name
South​ ​University
Executive​ ​Summary
Title
Purpose
Introduction​ ​(15​ ​Points)
Review​ ​of​ ​Literature​ ​(20​ ​Points)
Case​ ​Scenario​ ​(20​ ​Points)
Theoretical/Conceptual​ ​Framework​ ​(10​ ​Points)
Psychosocial​ ​Stage​ ​of​ ​Development​ ​(Erikson)​ ​(15​ ​Points)
Conclusion​ ​and​ ​Recommendations​ ​(15​ ​Points)
References​ ​(5​ ​Points)
Healthy​ ​people​ ​2020
CDC​ ​website
2​ ​articles
teaching​ ​and​ ​learning​ ​textbook​ ​for​ ​Erikson​ ​stages
Appendix
a) Copies​ ​of​ ​Peer-reviewed​ ​articles​ ​(2)
b) Concept​ ​map
Nursing​ ​theory:​ ​Jean​ ​Watson.​ ​Blah,​ ​blah,​ ​blah……
Make​ ​up​ ​a​ ​concept​ ​map:
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SOUTH UNIVERSITY
NSG4055 ILLNESS AND DISEASE MANAGEMENT ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN
Case Study Assignment Grading Rubric
Directions:
1. Choose a chronic disease of interest (Asthma, Diabetes, etc.), focusing on either the child,
adolescent, adults or older adults.
2. Identify the Healthy People 2020 objective(s) related to the chronic disease.
3. Find a least 2 current peer-reviewed articles, and at least two (2) other related sources to
support the information you present.
4. Create a one-page (single spaced) executive summary.
Grading Criteria
Introduction
a) Pathophysiology
b) Epidemiology: incidence & prevalence of the disease / disorder in the
pediatric / adult population
c) Problem Areas
Possible
Points
15
Review of Literature
The literature review must cover two (2) of these four dimensions:
1. Impact of the Disease: chronicity, illness behavior & roles, stigma,
self-efficacy, social isolation, altered mobility and fatigue & body
image
2. Impact on the Client and Family: quality of life, compliance, family
caregivers, sexuality & powerlessness
3. Impact of the Health Professional: change agent, client and family
education, advocacy, research in chronic illness, ethics in chronic
illness, nurse case management, the role of advanced practice nurse in
chronic illness & complementary, alternative and integrative
therapies.
4. Impact of the System: home-health care, palliative care, long-term
care, rehabilitation, politics and policy & financial impact.
20
Case Scenario
a) Complete biographical data (patient / client’s initials).
b) Source and reliability (documents / client, chart, physician, etc.).
c) History of Present Chronic Illness.
d) Past Health History (include birth history for patients less than 24
months old).
e) Family Health History.
f) Physical Examination (objective).
20
Revised: wright/2017
Points
Earned
g) Medical Diagnosis.
h) Identify Involved Multi-disciplinary team members (consultant[s],
dietician/nutritionist, RT, PT, ST, OT, etc.).
i) Current Medications and Treatments (OTC, holistic / integrative TX,
prescribed).
j) Diagnostic Studies (radiology, laboratory, etc.).
k) Concept map
Theoretical/Conceptual Framework
1. Identify a Nursing Theory
2. How does this Nursing Theory apply to this patient/client?
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Psychosocial Stage of Development (Erikson)
1. Identify the age of your patient/client.
2. Identify the stage of psychosocial development that the client should
be in, based on their age.
3. What are the appropriate activities that the client must demonstrate at
this stage?
4. Assess your patient’s developmental level.
5. If appropriate developmental task or milestone is stunted or hindered,
what will happen to the client’s psychosocial development?
15
Conclusion and Recommendations
1. Why did you choose this research topic?
2. What challenges did you encounter? Were you able to overcome these
challenges? Explain.
3. Identify ten (10) highlights that you believe are important.
4. List three (3) recommendations with rationale, to bridge the gap
between practice and knowledge; and for future research.
15
References
Correct APA (6th ed.) format (including spelling and grammar) required.
References should be current, within the past 3 years.
5
100
TOTAL
This assignment accounts for 20% of your overall grade
Appendices – Attach copies of the Peer-Reviewed articles utilized to create this paper.
THEORETICAL BASIS OF CARE – A Guide
NURSING THEORIES/THEORISTS
1. Florence Nightingale: Environmental Model (1859-)
This theory focuses on the manipulation of physical and social factors that affect health
and illness. Nightingale enumerated the 12 concepts related to the environment: health of
houses, ventilation and warming, light, noise, variety, bed and bedding, cleanliness of
rooms and walls, personal cleanliness, nutrition and taking food, “chattering hopes and
advices,” observations of the sick and social considerations.
2. Hildegard E. Peplau: Interpersonal Relations in Nursing (1952-)
Peplau’s interpersonal relations in nursing theory changed the role of the patient from
being the object of the nurse’s action to being a partner with the nurse.
3. Virginia Avenal Henderson: Definition of Nursing (1955-)
Henderson was one of the pioneers in nursing in providing the definition of nursing as a
profession. Her definition of Nursing was subsequently adapted by the ICN and
distributed around the world. In her book, “The Nature of Nursing: A Definition and It’s
Implications for Practice, Research and Education, Henderson stated: “The unique
function of the nurse is to assist the individual, sick or well, in the performance of those
activities contributing to health, or its recovery, or to a peaceful death that he would
perform unaided if he had the necessary strength, will or knowledge. And to do this in
such a way as to help him gain independence as rapid as possible” (1966, p. 15).
4. Faye Glenn Abdellah: Patient Centered Approaches Theory (1960-)
Abdella’s nursing theory is comprised of typologies of 21 nursing problems and
identified 11 nursing skills to assist in developing a treatment typology; including
observing health status, applying knowledge, teaching patients and families, planning and
organizing work, using resource materials, problem-solving, directing work of others,
therapeutic use of self, and following nursing procedures. Abdellah viewed the 21
nursing problems and 11 skills as a unique body of knowledge, an idea that was very
important as nursing sought to move from a medical to a nursing model.
5. Ida Jean Orlando (Pelletier): Nursing Process Theory (1961-)
Orlando’s theory focuses primarily on individuals who are ill and under the care of
physicians; it requires more comprehensive interaction between the nurse and patient and
more involvement of the patient in his or her care.
OTHER NURSING THEORISTS
1. Dorothy E. Johnson: Behavioral System Model for Nursing (1968-)
2. Martha E. Rodgers: Science of Unitary Human Beings (1970-)
3. Sister Callista Roy: Adaptation Model (1970-)
4. Dorothea E. Orem: Theory of Self Care Deficit (1971-)
5. Imogene M. King: Theory of Goal Attainment (1971-)
6. Betty Neuman: Neuman Systems Model (1974-)
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Evelyn Adam: Conceptual Model for Nursing (1979-)
M. Jean Watson: Theory of Human Caring (1979-)
Rosemarie Rizzo Parse: Theory of Human Becoming (1981-)
Patricia Benner: Model of Skill Acquisition in Nursing (1984-)
Madeleine M. Leininger: Culture Care: Diversity and Universality Theory (1985-)
Other…
References:
Johnson, B.M. & Webber, P.B. (2005). An introduction to theory and reasoning in nursing (2nd
ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
Parker, M.E. (2006). Nursing theories and nursing practice (2nd ed.).
Philadelphia, PA: FA Davis.

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