So, I have my first nursing diagnosis due on wednesday and we also have to present it to the class. My teacher is all about creativity!!! So basically we have to "act out" or present our nursing diagnosis. My diagnosis is Ineffective thermoregulation, hypothermia r/t illness AEB mild shivering and reduction in body temperature below normal range. My interventions are to take vitals every shift and PRN, maintain a constant room temp of 72*, and to promote adequate nutrition and hydration. Im going to use a classmate as my patient who has hypothermia..... she will be wrapped in a blanket with a hat on to keep her warm, might paint her nails blue to show cyanotic nailbed and maybe maker he lips look blue. My question is, how can I be creative with these interventions? I'm trying to think outside the box here, but I'm not having much luck? Any suggestions would be helpful!