Concept map/Discharge Teaching Plan

Concept map/Discharge Teaching Plan

Concept map/Discharge Teaching Plan

Create a concept map illustrating the pathophysiology of right-sided heart failure and the correlation of pulmonary embolus post orthopaedic surgical intervention. Consider the following:

  • Predisposing factors
  • Precipitating factors
  • Cellular involvement
  • Genetic changes
  • Pharmacological interventions
  • Cultural and age factors

 

How do you write a discharge summary?

Concept map/Discharge Teaching Plan

 

Part II-Discharge Teaching Plan

 

Create a discharge teaching plan for a patient on anticoagulation therapy that includes the following:

  • Incorporate safety considerations, lifestyle modifications, and cultural considerations into the discharge teaching plan.
  • Address how technology could be used in the patient’s discharge teaching plan.

 

Use the IDEAL Discharge Planning strategy to guide the creation of your teaching tool. The IDEAL strategy should:

  • Include the patient and family as full partners in the discharge planning process.
  • Discuss with the patient and family 5 key areas to prevent problems at home:
  1. Describe what life at home will be like.
  2. Review medications.
  3. Highlight warning signs.
  4. Explain test results.
  5. Make follow-up appointments.
  • Educate the patient and family in plain language about the patient’s condition, the discharge process, and next steps at every opportunity throughout the hospital stay.
  • Assess the patient’s learning after explaining the diagnosis, condition, and next steps in the patient’s care to the patient and family and use teach-back.
  • Listen to and honor the patient and family’s goals, preferences, observations, and concerns.

This assignment should be for a general focus person.  No one in particular.  The discharge planning strategy should be patient-facing meaning you are talking to the patient. Use simple and non-technical language. Pictures can be included in the teaching tool you choose

 

What is a discharge teaching plan?

Grading Rubric for Part 1 & 2-Please read carefully

  1. Predisposing factors-Concept map completely considers predisposing factors in its illustration of the pathophysiology of right-sided heart failure and the correlation of pulmonary embolus post orthopaedic surgical intervention
  2. Precipitating factors-Concept map completely takes precipitating factors into consideration in its illustration of the pathophysiology of right-sided heart failure and the correlation of pulmonary embolus post orthopaedic surgical intervention
  3. Cellular involvement-Concept map completely considers genetic changes in its illustration of the pathophysiology of right-sided heart failure and the correlation of pulmonary embolism post orthopaedic surgical intervention
  4. Genetic changes-Concept map completely considers genetic changes in the illustration of the pathophysiology of right-sided heart failure and the correlation of pulmonary embolus post orthopaedic surgical intervention
  5. Pharmacological interventions-Concept map accurately depicts pharmacological interventions in its illustration of the pathophysiology of right-sided heart failure and the correlation of pulmonary embolus post orthopaedic surgical intervention
  6. Knowledge syntheses-The teaching plan fully displayed an astute synthesis of current research-based knowledge regarding a patient on anticoagulation therapy