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HNN215 Quality Use of Medicines Assignment

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Added on: 2023-04-28 06:47:18
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Topic background:

Many patients are prescribed a new medication during a period of hospitalisation. During this time, nurses are required to provide safe and quality care related to medication management.

Task Description:

Evaluate a case scenario and NIMC documentation and create a 5-minute video addressing concerns about Tramadol administration in relation to the case.

Case scenario

It is 3rd May at 1100 hours.

You are caring for Imogen Carey, aged 30 years. Imogen presented to the emergency department at 2300 hours last evening with an episode of severe abdominal pain. Following assessment by the surgical team, she went to the operating theatre to have an open appendicectomy and arrived on your ward at 0600 hours this morning.

Imogen has a past history of migraine (12 years) and what she calls “low mood” (3 months). Her neurologist prescribed amitriptyline 10 mg nocte (last taken at bedtime 1st May) and rizatriptan 10 mg prn (last taken at 1900 hours 2 nd May) for her migraine, and St John’s wort for her low mood (Thompson’s one-a-day St John’s wort 4000 – last taken 0800 hours 2 nd May) as recommended by her naturopath. During this admission, Imogen has been commenced on medications perioperatively (see NIMC).

Imogen is currently reporting pain at the surgical site with a pain score of 8/10. You also note that she is agitated, with some tremors. Her vital signs at 1000 hrs were:

HR – 92 bpm
RR – 14 bpm
SpO2 – 97% RA
BP – 130/85 mmHg
Temp – 38.1ºC

Presentation Requirements:

Video Recording:

  • You are required to wear Deakin uniform / professional attire. Present as if you were completing this assessment on clinical placement.
  • Videos should not regularly ‘stop’ and ‘start’ filming. Consider the most appropriate location of your camera to ensure the marker has the best view of the medical conversation.
  • Use professional language and effective communication for the target audience.
  • Your video should be no longer than 5 minutes and 30 seconds. Videos will not be viewed / assessed past this time.

Written Script and Reference List:

  • Written script and reference list font must be size 12 and in an accessible font style e.g. Times New Roman or Calibri.
  • The written script should include in-text citations.
  • The reference list is provided at the end of the script.
  • Referencing must adhere to APA7 requirements. 3
  • Prior to submission, evaluate your presentation against the marking rubric to ensure that you have addressed all the required elements for this assessment task.

Video submission instructions via DeakinAir:

  • Your video must be uploaded to your DeakinAir account with a publishing status of ‘Unlisted’.
  • Please use this instructional guide developed by Deakin University to assist you.
  • Do not upload your video to YouTube as suggested in the online guide. If you are having difficulty uploading your video to DeakinAir, please contact IT Help
  • Once you have published your video in your DeakinAir, you must copy and paste the video URL and place it in your HNN215 assignment dropbox “Comments”, with your written script and reference list.
  • Please ensure you monitor your Deakin email following your assessment submission as we will send you an email if there are issues.
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  • Posted on : April 28th, 2023
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