look, this is an assistance forum where we are supposed to give you help in getting your assignments done. issues you have with your dean and gossip about her are counterproductive and lead to misinformation. the best advice i know of to give you is that if your dean is the one who is mandating your assignments be completed in a specific format, then you need to find out what that format is
. if the dean has written about it in formal papers, then you need to get copies of those papers. whoever is grading your assignments should be able to tell you precisely how you are being judged on an assignment. go to them and ask for a copy of these rules. when i was in my bsn program we had an entire 10 week course where they explained to us how we were to write and present our nursing care plans
for the next two years of our nursing classes. and, if we questioned why we were graded for doing things wrong on a care plan later we were told quite bluntly to go back and review the handouts and our notes from that 10 week class, or another classmates notes.
what you describe "pathophysiology anatomy and physiology personal and mental status clients present and past history lab exmas taken and results and so on..." sounds exactly
like what nursing students in most bsn nursing programs are expected to do in putting together any major plan of care they are doing for a patient. in college programs, a college student is expected to know (1) how to gather this information from the many sources required (2) put it all together in a logical and rational way (3) use the nursing process as a guideline and (4) reference the books and nursing articles they have used to support the rationales for the interventions they assigned in the care plan they just completed which also included the discharge plan, if appropriate. this is basic baccalaureate level expectation for not only nursing, but any field of study.
i strongly urge you to get together in a meeting with an instructor who can give you some direction with this. keep meeting with instructors until you find one who will help you. if it's true that 12 cis have resigned because they hated genius dean, then it seems reasonable to me that the new cis who have been hired to replace them are going to want to do a real good job for their new boss, the genius dean, and are going to be more than happy to help an eager student (you?) who is looking to get information on the correct way to do their assignments in the way that genius dean wants them done.