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FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING
EVALUATION FORMAT FOR SDLA
Year One/Semester Two
Student Name:
Student Service No. :
PMA:
Criteria
Comments
Allocated
Marks
3
Obtained
Marks
1. Introduction
2. Content/Summary:
Organization and Clarity
10
5
3. Use of Evidence-Based
Practice Articles/Recent
Research Study
nas
6
4. Conclusion and
Recommendations
ital
3
5. References: Complete and
standard format used
3
6. Neatness, legibility &
punctuality
Total
30
Actual mark = mark obtained/30×15
General Comments:
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Student’s Signature:
Date:
Teacher’s Signature:
Date:
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Scenario 4
Rest & Sleep (C/S33-34 )
A 36-year-old male has been admitted to your medical surgical ward for 23-hour
is loud in his house and
observation due to exhaustion. The patient reports difficultly falling asleep and
then staying asleep for the past 5 months. He states that ever since he started
his new job 5 months ago working the night shift he is getting less and less sleep.
In addition, he states that since his 5th child was born
he can’t sleep when he gets home from work. He states he is sometimes pulling
16 hours shifts straight and may be gets 3 hours of sleep before he has to go
back in. Pt says that he dozing off frequently especially on the job which is why
he is came to the hospital. He also report being very agitated at the slightest
things and that him and his wife have been fighting a lot. Pt states his wife says it
is like his is a different person. You note the patient looks very tired with dark
circles underneath his eyes.
Scenario 5
Nutrition (c/s 35-36)
* A 50 year old male patient is admitted to the unit for treatment. Patient history
includes hypertension and diabetes type 2. His fasting blood glucose is found to
be 10.3 mmol/l. The patient reports that he has little desire to exercise and has
been eating more fast food due to his busy work schedule. He is 170 cm tall and
weighs 90 kg (BMI 31.1 kg/m2). Dietary assessment indicates that his daily
caloric intake exceeds over 4,000 calories.
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Self-Directed Learning Activities (SDLA) Guidelines
Please follow the given instructions,
1. This written assignment is for 10%
2. Each student need to submit this assignment individually.
3. Plagiarism (copy work of others) is not allowed and according to school policy
any student commit plagiarism for more than 20% will consider cheating and
marked Zero. Please refer to school Plagiarism Policy attached.
4. Student must select one of the attached 8 scenarios.
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5. Write 2 nursing care plans about the given case. Use the format attached.
6. Find one article on the given case (disease) and summarize it.
7. The article should be published within the last 5 years.
8. Write your paper accordingly:
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Introduction (introduce your topic and article)
Nursing care plan
Summary of the chosen article, attach the article to your assignment.
Conclusion (the main points of your paper)
Reference list using APA style:
9. You should write in font 12, Arial.
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10. Word limit 1500.
11. You may utilize the library services for your search
12.Submission date is on 11/6/2020
13. Late submission will be deducted 0.5 marks per day
14. Cover Sheet: The cover sheet should include the school name, the title of the
paper, students’ names, date of submission, and teacher’s name
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CASE SCENARIOS
Scenario 1
Hygiene (C/S 25-26)
A 78 year old male patient underwent abdominal surgery and is in his second
postoperative day. During your assessment about patient’s hygiene status and his
ability to maintain personal hygiene, the patient tells you that he is unable to do the
following for himself: feed himself, provide oral hygiene, dress himself, use the
bathroom. The patient states he needs help to get bathed. Asessment of oral cavity
shows dry mucus membrane.
Scenario 2
Skin Integrity and Wound Care (C/S 29-30)
* A 68-year-old woman admitted in the female surgical unit, is found to have a
Stage Il pressure ulcer located on her right buttock near the trochanter area. The
patient sustained a fractured right femur and weighs 60 pounds over her ideal
body weight. The patient also is incontinent and wears a diaper
Scenario 3
Activity (C/S31&32)
65 year old lady admitted in hospital with history of fall and had fracture# of right
leg. On examination patient complaints of severe pain at the fracture site, noted
redness, swelling and unable to move. vital signs: T-37.5 oC , HR – 65
beats/minute , RR – 24 breaths/minute, BP – 150/95 mmHg
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Scenario 6
Urinary elimination (cls 37-38)
• A 75 year old man was admitted with fever, urinary frequency, and dysuria for 3
days, he had a history of voiding difficulty due to benign prostatic hyperplasia.
On physical examination, the patient temp was 38.3c, and BP was
130/80mmHg the abdomen was soft and with mild suprapubic tenderness,
urinary dipstick shows protein2+, glycosuria4+ blood serum shows increased
white blood cells
Scenario 7
Bowel Elimination (CS 39)
• A 16-year-old boy was admitted at the medical ward for Gastroenteritis. He has
been having 6-8 loose and watery stools per day for two consecutive days
associated with abdominal pain and two episodes of vomiting. The patient’s vital
signs : T-37.7 °C, HR-95 beats/minute. RR – 28 breaths/minute, BP
100/60 mmHg.
Scenario 8
Oxygenation & perfusion (CIS 40-41)
• A 63 year old female presents to the Emergency Department with complaints of
shortness of breath on excretion and atypical chest pain. Patient states she has
felt bad since Monday and today is Friday. Patient states she has been coughing
up greenish to brownish sputum that is thick. During history collection from
patient, patient becomes short of breath and has to stop talking to catch her
breath.
Vital Signs: BP 120/80, HR 80, 02 Sat 87% on room air, Temp. 101.6.
On assessment, patients skin feels hot to touch despite the patient stating she
feels chilled
Lab and Diagnostic work shows: WBC 30,000 and chest x-ray preliminary results
show possible bilateral lower lobe pneumonia,
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Nursing care plan
Assessment Diagnosis
Planning
Intervention
Rational
Outcome
Class attendance: students are required to attend all class sessions, they can only be
absent for valid reasons with official evidence. The absence hours should not exceed
20% of total contact hours. If absence exceeds 20%, students will be denied from
attending final exam and thus fails the course.
Texts and recommended readings:
Taylor, C., Lillis, C., Lynn, P. (2015). Fundamentals of nursing: The art and science of
person-centered nursing care. (8th ed.). Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer.
Recommended reading/reference textbooks and e-learning:
Taylor, C., Lillis, C., Lynn, P. (2015). Skill checklists for fundamentals of nursing: The
art and science of person-centered nursing care: Student set on the Point (8th ed.).
Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer.
Taylor, C., et al. (2015). Taylor’s video guide to clinical nursing skills: Student set on
thePoint (3rd ed.). Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer
Shirlee Snyder Audrey J. Berman, 2014. Kozier & Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing.
International ed of 9th revised ed Edition. Pearson Education Limited.

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