• Analyze the etiology, pathophysiology, and general clinical manifestation of symptoms of the disease based on relevant literature.
• Consider how age or overall health status might alter the normal clinical manifestation of the disease.
• Evaluate the patient’s overall social and medical history, clinical symptoms, and clinical assessment from the perspective of the previously cited literature.
• Evaluate the diagnostic work-up and clinical findings, including a rationale for each diagnostic test and expected findings, and recommend a diagnosis based on the findings.
• Develop a plan of care based on diagnosis, including age-appropriate modifications of proposed therapy and dose modifications based on clinical guidelines.
• Include medications, assistive therapies, and specific limitations of activities.
• Address any age-appropriate modifications of proposed therapy or dosage modifications.
• Analyze the potential complications of care and any possible side effects of medication based on literature that includes instructions for notification of the clinician.
• Create a patient education plan that shows understanding of the patient’s developmental age, sexuality, health literacy, socioeconomic status, cultural sensitivity, and health belief models.
• Analyze current condition and how it may relate to underlying health issues, the proposed plan of care, and possible side effects or complications.
• Include patient/family engagement in the plan of care using the teach-back method.
• Analyze how the principles of Watson’s theory of human caring are integrated into the plan of care and patient education.
Conclude the presentation with a question-and-answer session (8 to 10 questions and answers).
Prepare a one-page summary as a handout for the other students.
Reference needs to include UpToDate