Apply the principles of the CLINICAL REASONING CYCLE using a person-centered care approach to develop a nursing management plan for the four hours upon Lisa’s return to the ward.
1. Using the clinical reasoning cycle, list six Actual or Potential Nursing Problem Statements in order of priority. Nursing problem statements should be 3 part statements e.g. Problem related to aetiology (cause) as evidenced by signs & symptoms. Nursing problem statements are not one word statements like “Pain”
2. Select the two (2) highest priority statements and discuss in well-constructed sentences and paragraphs following the clinical reason cycle.
Each of these two (2) nursing problem statements must be supported by the cues and data from the scenario and justified (referenced) using current nursing literature.
For each of the two (2) Nursing Problem Statements, you must:
1. Explain why it is of high priority and justify the ranking you have assigned it with evidence from the literature.
2. Formulate person-centered goals for your care. Remember that nursing care goals must be specific, measureable, achievable, and realistic and have a time-frame (SMART criteria).
3. Next, identify three (3) relevant nursing interventions that you would implement to meet the patient-centered goal listed above. Discuss each intervention and rationale using evidence from the current peer reviewed nursing literature.
4. Lastly, discuss the evidence based assessment criteria that you would use to evaluate Mrs. Chen’s response to your care.