I'd like to know if any of you has done a comprehensive teaching/care plan on a cardiac patient. To complete our Cardiac Nursing course requirements this semester, we are required to write a 10-page teaching care plan on any one of our cardiac patients. Its actually more of a case study on a cardiac patient.
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I even told myself that I'm willung to pay some one to write this paper for me just to get out of the way so I can concentrate more with clinicals and our very extensive reading. !
These papers, as mundane or excrutiating as they may seem, are what's teaching you to think like a nurse. I know this is something you've "told yourself," but ask yourself if your nursing program
would keep you in if they found out you did something like this? I can guarantee you that you'd be out.
...provide nursing care plan from the time the patient is in the hospitalized until discharged home.
...3 nursing diagnoses with goal, expected outcome, planning, interventions (with rationale), implementations and evaluation.
...how we demonstrated the 5 C's.
Right there are your guidelines.
Maybe you can get a study group together to work on these papers or at least go to other students to see how they are approaching the assignment.
The papers ARE time consuming and difficult, but you will learn so much.
Nursing school is NOT easy and we've ALL been there and have written these papers.
So, nose to the grindstone and....Good Luck!
Last edit by begalli on Jan 28, '05