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Discharge Teaching Plan Form

Your Name: Date:

Your Instructor’s Name:

Purpose:The focus of this assignment is identifying patient’s needs and analysis and synthesis of details within the written client record and planning an appropriate discharge plan with necessary patient teaching of the disease process.

Points:This assignment is worth a total of 150 points.

Directions: Please refer to the Discharge Teaching Plan Guidelines found in Doc Sharing for details about how to complete this form. Remember there is a 6 page maximum limit on this assignment.

Type your answers on this form. Click “Save as” and save the file with the assignment name and your last name, e.g., “NR305_Discharge_Teaching_Plan_Form_Smith” When you are finished, submit the form to the Teaching Plan Dropbox by the deadline indicated in your guidelines. Post questions in the Q & A Forum or contact your instructor if you have questions about this assignment.

Look at the EXAMPLE in the first assessment area. This is NOT an all-inclusive response and you will need to add your responses as well. Please be sure to review your guidelines.

Discharge

Need(s) identified.

Teaching technique or approach to problem identified.

Describe content.

Rationale for choosing this technique/approach.

Example:

Diabetes Education

These are some ideas, there may be others that you identify.

· Understanding of disease process

· Understanding of action of medications.

· What else does Tina need education on?

Ideas for teaching methods/approach based on the scenario and problems noted. You may have identified others.

· Teach importance of diet and insulin management to Tina and family and how to better manage her diabetes.

· Use videos, audio and teach back methods.

Provide a brief rationale on why you chose these particular technique/approaches.

For example, Tina may have poor eyesight due to the diabetes and needs audio and demonstration with return demonstration. She may not be able to see the lines on the insulin syringe clearly.

Antibiotic therapy

Medications

Nutrition

Activity

Self-concept

Wound care

Resources/ referrals needed

Clarity of writing

Total

150

100%

A quality paper will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.

Discharge Teaching Plan:

Guidelines and Grading Rubric

Purpose

The student will read an assigned case study and write a discharge teaching plan utilizing the information gained from all provided sources.

Course Outcomes

This assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcomes:

CO #1:Utilize prior knowledge of theories and principles of nursing and related disciplines to explain expected client behaviors, while differentiating between normal findings, variations, and abnormalities. (PO #1)

CO #3: Utilize effective communication when performing a health assessment. (PO #3)

CO #4: Identify teaching/learning needs from the health history of an individual. (PO #2)

CO #5: Explore the professional responsibilities involved in conducting a comprehensive health assessment and providing appropriate documentation. (PO #6)

Points

This assignment is worth a total of 150 points.

Due Date

The completed Discharge Teaching Plan form is to be submitted to the Dropbox by 11:59 p.m. MT Sunday of Week 7. Post questions to the weekly Q & A Forum. Contact your instructor if you need additional assistance. See the Course Policies regarding late assignments. Failure to submit your assignment to the Dropbox on time may result in a deduction of points.

Directions

1. Read the Discharge Teaching Plan Case Study located in Doc Sharing. Take notes and highlight important points that are important to consider when developing a discharge teaching plan.

2. Use Microsoft Word 2010 (or later) to fill in the Discharge Teaching Plan form, which is located in Doc Sharing. The assignment is to be completed with a maximum of 6 pages.

3. Use scholarly writing including correct English grammar, syntax and sentence structure when writing in complete sentences.

4. Submit the assignment to the Discharge Teaching Plan Dropbox by Sunday, 11:59 p.m. MT, by the end of Week 7. Please post questions about the assignment to the weekly Q & A Forums so that the entire class may view the answers.

Grading Criteria

(Points you will need to address in your responses)

Category

Points

%

Description

Diabetes Education

20

12%

· What diabetes education will you provide Tina? What type of teaching tools will you use?Describe in detail

Antibiotic Therapy

20

12%

· Tina has just completed intravenous antibiotic therapy while in the hospital. Explain to Tina why the additional oral antibiotic is necessary at the time and the importance of taken all the medication until gone.Please explain in detail.

Medications

20

12%

· What medication teaching does Tina need prior to discharge? Reconcile medication list.

· Describe teaching material/techniques to help Tina understand her diabetes as it relates to her blood sugar and necessity for insulin injection. Please provide detailed information.

Nutrition

20

12%

· What type of diet should Tina continue, why?

· Explain the role of nutrition in relation to diabetes and how that affects her quality of life. Provide details

Activity

10

6%

· What is Tina’s ordered activity level?

· As she improves, what should her activity level be in relation to her diabetes diagnosis and asthma diagnosis?Please expand upon your answer

Self-concept

10

6%

· Who are the closest family members to Tina and what is the state of that relationship?

· What might be some self-concept issues that Tina might face?

Wound care

20

12%

· What are some important teaching points to make in regard to Tina and her foot wound? Name 3 teaching points.

Resources/ Referrals needed

20

12%

· What are some community resources that may be available for Tina?

· Explain any follow up and referrals.

Clarity writing

10

6%

· Content is organized logically and clearly understandable. Writing is free of spelling, grammar and syntax errors.

Total

150

100%

A quality paper will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.

Grading Rubric

Assignment Criteria

A
(92-100%)
Outstanding or highest level of performance

B
(84-91%)
Very good or high level of performance

C
(76-83%)
Competent or satisfactory level of performance

F
(0-75%)
Poor or failing or unsatisfactory level of performance

Diabetes Education

(20) points

Discusses full and complete list of special or age-related needs. Suggests teaching methods/approach and provides rationale. Identifies risks of readmission.

(18-20 points)

Discusses partial list of special or age-related needs. Suggests teaching methods/approach and provides rationale. Identifies risks of readmission and poses measures to prevent readmission to the hospital.

(16-17 points)

Discusses minimal list of special or age-related needs. Barely addresses teaching methods/approach and rationale. Identifies risks of readmission but does not address measures to prevent readmission to the hospital.

(14-15 points)

Barely address special or age related needs.

Does not address teaching methods/approach and rationale. Fails to identify risks of readmission and does not address measures to prevent readmission to the hospital.

(0-13 points)

Antibiotic Therapy

(20) points

Explains necessity of continuing antibiotic therapy and why the additional oral antibiotic is necessary at the time. Explains importance of taking all the antibiotic medication until gone. Explains possible side effects and how to avoid.Please explain in detail.Provides rationale.

(18-20 points)

Gives partial explanation of continuing antibiotic therapy and why the additional oral antibiotic is necessary at the time. Does not explain importance of taking all the antibiotic medication until gone. Explains possible side effects and how to avoid.Please explain in detail.Provides rationale.

(16-17 points)

Minimal explanation of continuing antibiotic therapy and why the additional oral antibiotic is necessary at the time. Explains importance of taking all the antibiotic medication until gone. Does not explain possible side effects and how to avoid.Please explain in detail.Provides rationale.

(14-15 points)

Barely explains necessity of continuing antibiotic therapy and why the additional oral antibiotic is necessary at the time. Does not explain importance of taking all the antibiotic medication until gone. Does not explain possible side effects and how to avoid.No rationale provided.

(0-13 points)

Medication

(20) points

Provides detailed instructions to Tina Jones on all medications: dosage, frequency and effect of medication as well as side effects for continuity of care. Offers suggestions to remedy. Provides rationale.

(18-20 points)

Provides partial instructions to Tina Jones on all medications: dosage, frequency and effect of medication as well as side effects for continuity of care. Offers suggestions to remedy. Provides rationale.

(16-17 points)

Provides minimal instructions to Tina Jones on all medications: dosage, frequency and effect of medication as well as side effects for continuity of care. Offers suggestions to remedy. Does not provides rationale.

(14-15 points)

Barely addresses medications, Does not reconcile medication list. Does not offer any suggestions to remedy.

(0-13 points)

Nutrition

(20) points

Describes measures needed to ensure Tina Jones follows her prescribed diet. Troubleshoots potential barriers that may prevent Tina Jones from accessing or complying with her prescribed diet. Offers teaching technique/approach to problem and provides rationale.

(18-20 points)

Describes partial measures needed to ensure Tina Jones follows her prescribed diet. Troubleshoots potential barriers that may prevent Tina Jones from accessing or complying with her prescribed diet. Offers teaching technique/approach to problem and provides rationale

(16-17 points)

Addresses minimal measures needed to ensure Tina Jones follows her prescribed diet. Does not address potential barriers that may prevent Tina Jones from accessing or complying with her prescribed diet. Provides teaching technique/approach to problem but does not provide rationale.

(14-15 points)

Barely describes measures needed to ensure Tina Jones follows her prescribed diet. Minimizes or fails to address potential barriers that may prevent Tina Jones from accessing or complying with her prescribed diet. Does not provide teaching technique/approach to problem and does not provide rationale.

(0-13 points)

Activity

(10) points

Describes pertinent activity teaching needs for Tina Jones and offers a description of teaching techniques/approach used. Rationale provided.

(9-10 points)

Describes partial pertinent activity teaching needs for Tina Jones and offers a description of teaching techniques/approach used. Rationale provided.

(16-17 points)

Describes minimal pertinent activity teaching needs for Tina Jones and does not offer any examples of teaching techniques/approach used. Does not provide rationale.

(5-6 points)

Barely addresses pertinent activity teaching needs for Tina Jones and does not offer a description of teaching techniques/approach used.

(0-4 points)

Self-Concept

(10) points

Provides insight into Tina Jones’s perceived self-concept and her previous non-non-compliant behaviors. Discusses ways to approach concerns with appropriate resources. Provides rationale.

(18-20 points)

Provides partial insight into Tina Jones’s perceived self-concept and her previous non-non-compliant behaviors. Discusses ways to approach concerns with appropriate resources. Does not provide rationale.

(16-17 points)

Provides minimal insight into Tina Jones’s perceived self-concept and her previous non-non-compliant behaviors. Does not discuss ways to approach concerns with appropriate resources. Does not provide rationale.

(14-15 points)

Fails to provide insight into Tina Jones’s perceived self-concept and her previous non-non-compliant behaviors. Does not discuss ways to approach concerns with appropriate resources. Does not provide rationale

(0-13 points)

Wound Care

(20) points

Provides complete teaching points that are particular to Tina Jones’s case in addition to general teaching of wound care measures. Names 3 or more. Provides rationale.

(18-20 points)

Provides partial teaching points that are particular to Tina Jones’s case in addition to general teaching of wound care measures. Names 3 or more and provides rationale.

(16-17 points)

Provides minimal teaching points that are particular to Tina Jones’s case in addition to general teaching of wound care measures. Names 2 or more and provides rationale.

(14-15 points)

Fails to provide teaching points that are particular to Tina Jones’s case in addition to general teaching of wound care measures. Does not provide teaching points.

(0-13 points)

Resources/ Referrals needed

(20) points

Provides reasonable and accurate resources/ referrals for Tina Jones’s discharge to home and follow up needed. Explains choice of referrals and provides rationale.

(18-20 points)

Provides partial list of resources/ referrals for Tina Jones’s discharge to home and follow up needed. Explains choice of referrals and provides rationale.

(16-17 points)

Minimally addresses resources/ referrals for Tina Jones’s discharge to home and follow up needed. Explains choice of referrals and but does not provide rationale.

(14-15 points)

Does not provide reasonable and accurate resources/ referrals. No rationale provided.

(0-13 points)

Clarity and accuracy of writing

(10) points

No grammar, spelling, or syntax errors. Writes logically in complete sentences.

(9-10 points)

No more than 2 errors of any type.

(7-8 points)

2-3 errors of any type.

(5-6 points)

3 or more errors of any type.

(0-4 points)

Total Points Possible = 150 points

Discharge Teaching Plan Case Study

Week 7: Tina Jones

Directions

This case study provides information you will need to know to complete the Discharge Teaching Plan Assignment. Please see the guidelines in Doc Sharing for more details and grading rubrics for this assignment.

After a brief review of Tina’s case and resultant hospitalization, read the Case Study, obtain the Discharge Teaching Plan form from Doc Sharing and document your teaching plan for Tina Jones.

Today’s Date: [assume it is today’ date]

Brief Description of Client:

Name: Tina Jones

Gender: female Age: 28 Race: African-American

Weight: 160 lbs

Height: 183cm (72 inches)

Religion: Baptist

Major Support: Mother-Fannie Jones Phone: 555-555-5555

Allergies: PCN

Immunizations: Influenza last fall; tetanus 4 years ago

History of Present illness:

Ms. Jones is a pleasant 28-year-old African American woman who presented to the emergency department for evaluation of a right foot injury and was admitted for IV antibiotics 4 days ago. She is a good historian. She hurt the ball of her right foot and twisted her right ankle while walking down concrete steps barefoot. The injury occurred about two weeks ago. She initially went to the emergency department at the time of the injury. Her pain has worsened, and the swelling has persisted. She was taking Tramadol but ran out. She tried acetaminophen, but it didn’t work as well. The foot feels better when she rests, and it hurts more when she walks on it. Her pain is a 9 (on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the worst) when she tries to ambulate. She had felt hot but did not document a temperature at home. She has not been eating much and has been staying in bed the last few days, per patient report. The scrape is red and swollen with exudate and has no odor. She reports diarrhea overnight. Pain improved with oxycodone. Her stomach is upset.

Family History

Father: died at age 62 in a car accident, history of hypertension, high cholesterol, and type 2 diabetes • Mother: hypertension, high cholesterol • Brother: healthy • Sister: asthma • Maternal grandmother: died at age 73 of a stroke, history of hypertension, high cholesterol • Maternal grandfather: died at age 78 of a suspected myocardial infarction, history of hypertension, high cholesterol • Paternal grandmother: still living, age 82, hypertension • Paternal grandfather: died at age 65 of colon cancer, history of type 2 diabetes • Paternal uncle: alcoholism

Social History:

Never married, no children. Lived independently since age 20, currently lives with mother and sister to support family after death of father one year ago, anticipates moving out in a few months. She works 32 hours/week as a supervisor at a printing and shipping company and is in her last semester of a bachelor’s of accounting program. She hopes to advance to an accounting position within her company. Has a car, cell phone, and computer. She receives basic health insurance from work, but is deterred from healthcare due to out-of-pocket costs. She is very active in her Baptist church, faith is important to her, and church community is a large part of her social network. No exercise. She wears her seat belt, drives frequently. Guns are locked up. No tobacco. Occasional alcohol (10 – 12 drinks/month). No concerns about alcoholism. Occasional cannabis use from age 15 to age 21. She drinks four caffeinated drinks/day (diet soda). No foreign travel. No pets. Not currently in an intimate relationship, ended a three-year serious monogamous relationship two years ago. She plans on getting married and having children someday. She denies suicidal and homicidal ideation.

Case Study and Discharge Notes:

Tina has been hospitalized for four days. She has been afebrile for the last two days. Her PICC line has been removed. The discharge planner lets you know that Tina has home healthcare for diabetic education and management arranged for discharge today. Her antibiotics will be by mouth. She will give herself insulin. Her mother knows how to change the wound dressing, and the home health nurse can do more training if needed. Tina will also be tracking her blood sugar at home with finger stick glucose testing, and she has all the supplies at home. Tina has agreed to take her medications as ordered and has the money to get her prescriptions filled. She will be discharged according to the provider’s orders, and you need to teach Tina what she needs to know before she goes home.

Tina has orders to resume normal activity as tolerated. She can bathe.

Medications on Discharge:

· Albuterol MDI 2 puffs every four hours as needed.

· Insulin glargine 10 units subcutaneous at bedtime

· Metformin 850 mg by mouth twice a day.

· Linezolid 600 mg PO Q12hours for 10 days for infection.

· Oxycodone 5 mg/Acetaminophen 500 mg by mouth three times a day as needed for pain

· Follow up with private physician in 1 week.

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