Refer to "Sallie Mae Fisher`s Health History and Discharge Orders" for specifics related to the case study used to inform the assignment.
Using "Home Visit With Sallie Mae Fisher" and "Sallie Mae Fisher`s Health History and Discharge Orders," complete the following components of this assignment:
After viewing the home visit, write an essay of 500-750-words in which you do the following:
- Identify, prioritize, and describe at least four problems.
- Provide substantiating evidence (assessment data) for each problem identified.
- Identify and describe at least four medical and/or nursing interventions.
- Discuss your rationale for the interventions identified.
Prepare this step of the assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
Scripted Dialogue Portion
Utilizing the information learned from the home visit, health histories, and discharge orders, write a scripted dialogue in which you provide Sallie Mae with education that describes her problems and the interventions identified to improve her condition. Consider Sallie Mae`s physiological, psychosocial, educational, and spiritual needs when developing your dialogue.
Your dialogue should resemble a script. The following is an example of a few sentences from a scripted dialogue:
Nurse: "Good morning, Salle Mae, my name is ______ and I will be your nurse today. I understand you are experiencing problems with ________."
APA format is not required for this part of the assignment, but solid academic writing is expected.
Refer to "Home Visit With Sallie Mae Fisher Grading Criteria."
You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Refer to the directions in the Student Success Center. Only Word documents can be submitted to Turnitin.
Home Visit with Sallie Mae Fisher Name Institution Date Home Visit with Sallie Mae Fisher 82-year-old, Mrs. Sallie Mae Fisher was discharged on Saturday after being treated for chronic congestive heart failure, chest pains, arterial fibrillation, hypertension, and dyspnea for three days. For the last six months, she had been admitted four times. In addition, Mrs. Fisher states that she is a widow, having lost her husband last year. She feels hopeless and lonely most of the time (Grand Canyon University, 2014). She has one daughter Thelma Jean living nearby, but offers minimal support because she works full time and also takes care of her family. The following are the four main problems faced by Mrs. Fisher: having limited kno