Physical assessment, health promotion, nursing role and scope and

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Parts  1 and 2  have the same questions, however, you must answer with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were different students. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.

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           Part 2: minimum  1 page

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           Part 4: minimum  1 page

           Part 5: minimum  2 pages

           Part 6: minimum  2 pages (Due 40 hours)




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5) Identify your answer with the numbers, according to the question. Start your answer on the same line, not the next


Q 1. Nursing is XXXXX

Q 2. Health is XXXX

6) You must name the files according to the part you are answering: 


Part 1.doc 

Part 2.doc


Parts  1 and 2 have the same questions, however, you must answer with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were different students. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.

Part 1: Physical Assessment

Chronic pain may be a spectrum disorder in patients with anxiety, depression, or somatic symptoms. 

1. Discuss patient identifiers for mental health screening.

Part 2: Physical Assessment

Chronic pain may be a spectrum disorder in patients with anxiety, depression, or somatic symptoms. 

1. Discuss patient identifiers for mental health screening.

Part 3: Nursing role and scope

Personal Philosophy of Nursing 3ssay


Purpose: Write your personal philosophy of nursing.

Clinical site: Rehabilitative Services

Job position: RN, case manager

Experience: I am a registered nurse and have experience in inpatient setting for 2+ years. I also have 1 year of experience with case management.

1.Introduction that includes who you are and where you practice nursing (One paragraph)

2. Definition of nursing (One paragraph)

3. Your definition of nursing (Two paragraphs)

4. Common health assumptions or underlying beliefs of patients (One paragraph)

5. Your assumptions or underlying beliefs about health (Two paragraphs)

6. Definitions of (One paragraph)

a. Patient

b. Environment

c. Health

d. Nursing

7. Your definitions of (Two paragraphs)

a. Patient

b. Environment

c. Health

d. Nursing

8. Give one example of the major domains of nursing in one case from your clinical experience (One paragraph)

7. Conclusion and include: (One paragraph)

 a. How are the domains connected?

  b. What is your vision of nursing for the future?

  c. What are the challenges that you will face as a nurse?

 d. What are your goals for professional development?

Part 4: Health Promotion

Health Problem: Smokin in adolescents prevention

Your Role: moderator of a community focus group that will explore knowledge, beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors

Group: 150 adolescents 

Activities: interviews 

1. Define your group and setting for the activity (One paragraph)

2 Questions (One paragraph)

a. Create an opening question to explore perceptions of the health risks associated with your topic of interest.

b. Create a question that should explore what are the influences related to your topic.

c. Create a third question that will help you in understanding the perception (in-group members) of roles towards improving the health problem.

3. Discuss concerning habits, behaviors and practices that should be addressed to improve the indicators related to it (One paragraph)

a. Dietary choices

b. Exercising

c. Comorbidities

d. Contributing stakeholders 

e.Their roles to meet your goals. 

Part 5:Advanced Pathophysiology

Topic:  Endocrine System


1- What are hormones and its general characteristics?

2- Regulation of Hormone release based on negative feedback: post an example.

3- Explain up and down regulation of hormone receptors.

4- How does the Pituitary-Hypothalamic axis work?

5- Mention the Hormones released from Anterior and Posterior Pituitary gland.

6- Functions of Pineal Gland.

7- Complete for each of these glandular organs which are the hormones produced and which are the functions of these hormones.



Pancreas (endocrine activity)

Adrenal (from cortex and medulla)

8- Content of Slide 55 in PPT repost here (forget this question)

9- What is…? Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) secretion vs Diabetes Insipidus (types)

10- What is Hypopituitarism and Hyperpituitarism?

11- What happens with Hypersecretion of GH?

12- Thyroid disorders: Primary vs secondary. Thyrotoxicosis symptoms. Graves Disease: mechanism of production and symptoms. Hypothyroidism etiology and symptoms.

13- Hyperparathyroidism: which is primary, secondary and tertiary?

14- Cushing Syndrome vs Cushing Disease.

15- What is Addison’s Disease and symptoms?

16- Pheochromocytoma. Hormone in excess and symptoms.

17- Obesity: concept. Visceral vs Peripheral

18- Diabetes Type 1 vs 2: mechanism of production (pathophysiology) What is A1C?

19- Clinical manifestations of DM Type 1 and DM Type 2?

20- What is Gestational Diabetes and why it occurs?

21- Which are the acute complications of Diabetes?

22- From chronic complications of diabetes which are Macro and Microvascular?

23- Why patients with type 2 Diabetes may not suffer from Ketoacidosis?

Part 6: Types of Health Care Settings

Topic: Developing Families

Purpose: Evaluate the contemporary issues in government

Understand how government works

Analyze how legislation and regulation impact nursing

1. Introduction to the topic (One paragraph)

2. Describe the most recent policy that addresses the “Developing Families” (One paragraph)

3. Describe the role of the nurse leader as a driver of policy reform from the topic perspective (One paragraph)

4. Describe the government position on the topic (One paragraph)

5. Describe two setting that the nurses can promote to improve the Health Care Settings of  “Developing Families” (One paragraph)

6. Conclusion(One paragraph)


Research Paper No. 2

I am a registered nurse (RN) with experience in the inpatient setting for 2+ years. I have been working for two years as an RN in an inpatient setting, where I have learned a lot about caring for patients who cannot care for themselves. I also have one year of experience with case management. My clinical site is Rehabilitative Services, and my job position is RN, case manager.

Personal Philosophy of Nursing Essay

What is nursing?

Nursing is the art and science of caring for others using knowledge, skills, and professional judgment (DeLaune et al., 2019). It is the process of caring for people, whether in the hospital or at home. The central goal of nursing is to promote the health and wellness of patients by helping them cope with their illness or injury and providing them with the tools they need to recover. Nurses can provide care in various settings, from hospitals to clinics and private homes.

What is nursing for me?

My definition of nursing is that nursing is the practice of caring for, comforting, and healing people. It is a human science that involves the study of people’s physical, emotional, spiritual, and social needs. Nursing also encompasses the art of caring for others by providing holistic health care (Frisch & Rabinowitsch, 2019). Nurses are educated to provide health care services that include taking a patient’s history, answering questions about their health, providing information on how to prevent illnesses or treat them at home, administering medications and other treatments as prescribed by the doctor, and assisting in surgery when needed.

The art of nursing is the human side of it—the heart-to-heart connection between nurse and patient, which can make all the difference in their recovery. The science of nursing is the scientific knowledge that nurses use to diagnose patients, prescribe treatments, and monitor their progress (Silva & da, 2020). And the profession of nursing is the business side: licensing requirements, credentialing systems, and so on.

Common health assumptions or underlying beliefs of patients

Common health assumptions or the underlying patients’ beliefs include; that a single doctor and their treatment will cure the patient. The doctor is always right, so you should trust their opinion. You are only allowed to complain when it’s something serious, like pain or sickness. Health problems can be solved with medication, but not with lifestyle change. If you don’t feel sick, then you must be healthy.

Q5. My assumption and belief about health are that it’s a state of physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. This means that I believe that if you’re happy, you will be healthier. Health is more than just the absence of disease or injury. It is not just the absence of pain or discomfort (Silva & da, 2020). It is a dynamic state in which all parts of the body work together to support optimal functioning.

Q6a). The patient is the person who needs care, treatment, or assistance. A person being cared for by a nurse or other medical professional.

b). Environment is the place where the patient receives care from a nurse or other medical professional (Suresh, 2021).

c). Health refers to a state of freedom from injury or disease; a person’s state of physical, social, and mental well-being.

d). Nursing is the practice of caring for others by providing direct medical care (Suresh, 2021).

Q7 a). A patient is a person who is receiving health care. A patient may be in a hospital, a nursing home, or another facility that provides medical care. He/she can be ill and has come to the hospital because they or need help to get better.

b). Environment refers to the place where the patient is receiving health care. The environment can be an office, clinic, hospital room, etc. (DeLaune et al., 2019). The environment influences the patients’ response to the treatment offered.

c). Health refers to a complete physical, social, mental and well-being, not only the absence of infirmity or disease. It is an individual’s level of maximum performance and how well the body functions, and how it looks on the outside. Health is an important part of keeping people alive and healthy.

d). Nursing is a profession that focuses on promoting, maintaining, or restoring health through the study, research, and practice of the biological, physical, and social sciences with a holistic approach to health care (Berman et al., 2018). It is an art and science that aims at promoting individual health, fostering recovery, and preventing diseases.

Q8. The major domains include physical health and wellness. In my clinical experience, I was assigned to a patient who was in the hospital with a stroke. The patient had experienced some paralysis on one side of her body, and it was unclear whether that paralysis would be permanent. We performed tests to determine this and other factors about the patient’s condition, including an MRI. In terms of physical nursing care, we regularly monitored the patient’s blood pressure and heart rate to ensure they were within normal ranges (Berman et al., 2018). We also checked her posture regularly so that she wouldn’t fall or get bed sores.

Q9 a). The domains are connected because they all have a common goal: to improve the lives of patients, families, and communities (Mathad et al., 2019). The domains are also connected in that they need each other to do their jobs well. For example, the health care team needs to understand how to provide high-quality care for their patients to live better lives and avoid complications later on.

b). My vision of nursing for the future is that nurses are held in high esteem by doctors and other medical professionals and the public at large. Nurses should be seen as an integral part of any medical team (Suresh, 2021). They should be recognized for what they do every day—which is providing direct patient care and keeping up with the latest research so that they can make sure that all patients are getting the best possible treatment available anywhere in the world today.

c). The challenges I will face as a nurse include finding time to keep up on all of my continuing education requirements while still taking time off from work (or working nights or weekends).

d). My goal in professional development is simply to keep learning: every day, there are new things out there that are worth learning about.


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DeLaune, S. C., McTier, L., Tollefson, J., Lawrence, J., & Ladner, P. K. (2019). Fundamentals of Nursing: Australia & NZ Edition 2e. Cengage AU.

Frisch, N. C., & Rabinowitsch, D. (2019). What’s in a definition? Holistic nursing, integrative health care, and integrative nursing: an integrated literature review report. Journal of Holistic Nursing37(3), 260-272.

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Silva, K. G., & da Silva Medeiros, C. R. (2020). Association between sociodemographic characteristics and quality of life domains in nursing professionals. Rev Rene21, 1-8.

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