Michael Martinez I-HUMAN CASE STUDY: EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF EENT CONDITIONS I-HUMAN CASE STUDY: EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF EENT CONDITIONS Welcome to another i-Human Case Study. Take a moment to imagine a child and family you might meet. Based on the Learning Resources for this week

Michael Martinez I-HUMAN CASE STUDY: EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF EENT CONDITIONS
I-HUMAN CASE STUDY: EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF EENT CONDITIONS

Welcome to another i-Human Case Study. Take a moment to imagine a child and family you might meet. Based on the Learning Resources for this week, consider eye, ear, nose, and throat (EENT) conditions you may identify frequently as a Family Nurse Practitioner and those that may be more unusual. Also consider what aspects of the exam process might be more challenging for you—assessing, evaluating, providing multiple diagnoses, treatments, or offering the patient and family management advice. Work to be mindful of how to take best advantage of the simulated i-Human exam to prepare for pediatric patients with EENT conditions.

RESOURCES

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WEEKLY RESOURCES

To prepare:

Review this week’s Learning Resources and consider how to apply knowledge of EENT conditions and understanding of socio-cultural family needs in assessing, diagnosing, and treating pediatric patients.
Access i-Human Patients from this week’s Learning Resources and review the i-Human Case Study. Based on the provided patient information, think about the health history you would need to collect from the patient.
Consider what physical exams and diagnostic tests would be appropriate to gather more information about the patient’s condition. Reflect on how the results would be used to make a diagnosis.
Identify 3–5 possible conditions that may be considered in a differential diagnosis for the patient.
Consider the patient’s diagnosis. Think about clinical guidelines that might support this diagnosis.
Develop a treatment plan for the patient that includes health promotion and patient education strategies for patients with EENT conditions and their families.
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Rubric
NRNP_6541_Week4_Assignment_Rubric
NRNP_6541_Week4_Assignment_Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeHPI
10 to >6.0 pts

Proficient
Clearly written HPI statement with comprehensive information gathering from case questions. Includes important personal /family medical and social history.
6 to >3.0 pts

Competent
Well written HPI statement but may be missing 1-2 key components from the history. Missing pertinent positives and negatives. Does not include all important personal /family medical and social history.
3 to >0 pts

Novice
Poorly written HPI statement. Incomplete ideas and sentences. Lacks basic history taking skills. Missing pertinent positives and negatives. Missing important personal /family medical and social history.
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeManagement Plan
40 to >28.0 pts

Proficient
Clearly written plan covering all critical components for patient’s final diagnosis. Follows current quarter management plan template. 3 scholarly references included.
28 to >12.0 pts

Competent
Well written plan but may be missing 1-2 key issues critical to patient’s diagnosis. Follows some of the current quarter management plan template. 2 scholarly references included.
12 to >0 pts

Novice
Poorly written plan. May be missing 3 or more key issues that are critical to patient’s diagnosis. Does not follow current quarter management plan template. 0-1 scholarly references included.
40 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePerformance overview/total i-Human Score
50 to >35.71 pts

Proficient
Total i-Human performance score is missing 1-2 key elements in overall clinical work-up. History, physical exams, body system classification, differentials, rankings, tests, diagnosis and exercises.
35.71 to >21.43 pts

Competent
Total i-Human performance score is missing some key elements in overall clinical work-up. History, physical exams, body system classification, differentials, rankings, tests, diagnosis and exercises.
21.43 to >0 pts

Novice
Total i-Human performance score is missing many key elements in overall clinical work-up. History, physical exams, body system classification, differentials, rankings, tests, diagnosis and exercises.