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Education & Empathy : 6 of 7 (85.7%) During the patient interview, there are a number of opportunities to provide patient education and  empathy. The opportunities listed below are those identified by nursing experts to be of particular  importance to this patient. A  Model Statement  is provided as an example of an appropriate  response to each opportunity. Opportunities marked as  Not Encountered  are opportunities that were not elicited in the  interview Opportunities marked as  Not Followed Up  are missed opportunities that were present in the  interview, but where no statements were made Opportunities marked as  Followed Up  were followed up by students, and include the dialogue  between student and patient   1 Symptoms Followed Up Description: Ms. Park describes the symptoms that have been bothering her. what bring you in today? Question 07:54 PM CDT I have pain in my belly. . . and I'm having some difficulty with going to the bathroom. My daughter was concerned. when did your pain start? Question 07:55 PM CDT
The pain started as a general discomfort, about five days ago, when I started having the. . . difficulties going to the bathroom. I'm sorry to hear you are having pain and discomfort Empathize 07:56 PM CDT Thank you. where is your pain? Question 07:58 PM CDT The pain and discomfort is down low in my belly.
can you point the location? Question 07:58 PM CDT Well my whole belly is uncomfortable to some degree, but it's mostly in the lower part, that's where the pain is. Down in my lower belly. are you in pain right now? Question 07:59 PM CDT Yes. . . it hurts now, like it has been. can you describe your pain? Question 07:59 PM CDT
what is your pain level 0-10, 10 being worst? Question 08:00 PM CDT Right now. . . 6 out of 10. sorry to hear that you are in pain, Empathize 08:01 PM CDT Thank you.
what make your pain relieve? (Clarified to: what relieves your pain) Question 08:01 PM CDT When I rest and try not to move much, I feel better. But the pain is still there. (Clarified to: what relieves the pain) what makes your pain worse? Question 08:02 PM CDT Moving around certainly doesn't help. Neither does eating. how often are your having pain? Question 08:03 PM CDT
what make your pain worse? Question 08:04 PM CDT

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