Student Nursing Help

  1. Let’s talk about how important it really is to take the time to carefully read your essay and to go through the revising and editing stages of writing. First, read this article on Typos, Grammatical Errors and Spelling Mistakes for some examples of major errors that made it past any proofreading and into publication.Then, check out Grammar Glitch Central, which collects examples of grammatical errors that have made it into print.

    Pick one example to discuss and explain what the error was and how it could be fixed.

    Next, address how you think this reflects on the company or the writer who published the ad or article.

    Finally, discuss whether you do the revision and proofreading stages when you compose a written project for work or school, and if you see yourself using it in the future.

  2. As adolescents separate from their parents and gain a sense of control, sometimes they are unable to balance stresses. As a result, depression may occur, and, at times, suicide may be the outcome. Choose the topic of either adolescent depression or adolescent suicide. Discuss contributing factors and signs and symptoms that may be observed or assessed in these clients. Describe primary, secondary, and tertiary methods of health prevention for this topic. Research community and state resources and describe at least two of these for your chosen topic. What nursing interventions could you use to assist an adolescent you suspect is depressed beyond referring the adolescent to a state or community resource?
  3. Unfortunately, there is still much misunderstanding when a patient wants to get information from their medical file. Many patients don’t realize there are standard regulations that are set by governing bodies. Patients have rights under law to access their personal health information, and medical providers are not allowed to deny them those rights as long as certain conditions are upheld. However, this does not mean that medical providers are free to provide that information whenever and however patients desire. For example, a release of information should be signed before a patient is granted access to medical information.

    HIM Professionals need to be aware of patient’s rights to access. Read Your Rights Under HIPAA: Your Medical Records (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. to learn more.

    Here is a Right-To-Access MemoPreview the document PDF that discusses patient’s rights to access their information. (Optional)

    Patient Access to Personal Health Information: Regulation vs. Reality

    Read Patient Access to PHIPreview the document to learn the differences between what is allowed by law and what commonly goes on sharing medical information with patients. (Optional)

    Information Governance

    Read the Information Governance Offers a Strategic Approach for HealthcarePreview the document article about the emerging field of “Information Governance.”

    Here is a video that explores the subject:

    Electronic Health Records: Privacy and Security (1:55)

    Assigment: In the Release of Information WorksheetPreview the document there are several scenarios where patients have asked for access to health information. Are HIM professionals authorized to provide it? And why/why not?

  4. Pick one disease, disorder, or condition, find two medical-based websites that describe it, and compare them. Download the Evaluate a Health Website WorksheetPreview the document and enter your comparison into it
  5. Sometimes patients are afraid to tell their doctor they don’t understand the doctor’s directions or the diagnosis. With the invention of many medicine-based websites, patients can get questions answered more frequently. But, this is a double-edged sword. If the patient gets a website that is not reliable, or they are unable to make sense of the information it contains, they can become unduly scared, or misled to take steps that may not make them well. On the other hand, with the correct information, patients will become more educated about their condition and even help the doctor by relaying things that they thought were insignificant but now realize was actually important.

    An HIM professional may be able to recommend specific websites to the patient and encourage them to write down questions to bring back to the next visit. View the two links below to learn more about how to educate patients:

    Do Patients Understand?

    The Doctor, The Patient And The World-Wide Web: How The Internet Is Changing Healthcare.

    Here are two videos that explore websites you can trust for medical information, and why.

    Top 5 Websites for Medical and Health Care Problems – Trustworthy Research

    What are the Best Websites for Health Advice?

    It is a trend for patients to be considered “consumers” in today’s healthcare system. Research has indicated that patients who have good relationships with their physicians tend to be more satisfied with their care and have better results. Write a 4-paragraph paper that indicates what would constitute a “good relationship” between a medical provider and a patient, and why it might result in better outcomes. Save your file as “Relationship”

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