Joleen Jimenez 6202016 92128 AM Instructor Brown reply to Joleen Jimenez RE

Joleen jimenez 6202016 92128 am instructor brown

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future courses in order to provide research based patient-centered holistic care. Joleen Jimenez 6/20/2016 9:21:28 AM Instructor Brown reply to Joleen Jimenez RE: week 8 reflection Joleen, Please include the following information: describe how the achievement of the course outcomes in this course have prepared you to meet the MSN program outcome #, MSN Essential VIII, and Nurse Practitioner Core Competencies # 1 Scientific Foundation Competencies 6/22/2016 4:02:13 PM Joleen Jimenez reply to Instructor Brown RE: week 8 reflection Dr. Brown, This course has adapted my thinking in regards to care and diagnosis of a patient. With completion of this course, as an advanced practice nurse, I will have a better understanding of how to care for each patient as an individual. Taking into consideration the patient’s family history, prior medical history, signs and symptoms, and disease process along with research based practice will result in best practice patient- centered care. This course has also incorporated the epidemiology of disease to allow for insight on what patient populations are more prone to a particular disease. In all forms of healthcare, it remains essential to remain up to date on patient care strategies, new treatment techniques, and first line medications. Therefore, learning and practicing to locate peer-reviewed research along with having the ability to translate this information into patient care is an important skill for all advanced practice nurses to possess. This course allowed me to practice and gain these skills along with gaining essential knowledge. Joleen 6/19/2016 8:41:15 PM Rechel DelAntar Reflection Hello Professor and Class, Reflection
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The last eight weeks have been both challenging and rewarding. The course was about the study of advanced anatomical, functional, and biochemical alterations in correlation with disease processes and their clinical manifestations. The course was very detailed down to the molecular levels and utilized case studies were to develop the information learned to evaluate and analyze how the cascade of events unfold and how body systems are affected. By understanding the normal processes of the body, we are able to understand the disease process more, why the symptoms are as they present themselves and the rationale for the treatment used. It involved the understanding of lab values, signs and symptoms presented, and how cells respond to various stimuli in various stages in life, which became challenging. It also brings greater understanding on how the body systems are connected to each other that although one system the symptoms may manifest in a different system. By developing medical diagnosis weekly on case studies, it provides understanding about the things that should be looked at clinically while taking into account their age, culture, family dynamics and socio-economic status in providing an appropriate care plan as a clinician. In developing these diagnoses, it provides the opportunity to research more on the illness and treatment of these disease. There is
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