Complete your Week 3 required discussion prompt.
· Discuss two areas of difficulty you encountered or two new nursing interventions you learned this week at your clinical site. You may also choose to share one of each.
Topic for the Journal: Tele Visits is not always the best choice of care, some conditions needs to be evaluated face to face.
1. What are your upcoming week’s specific learning goals and objectives?
2. What is your upcoming week’s detailed schedule at your community practice experience placement?
3. Were there any placement items/issues that occurred this week that you feel your instructor should be aware of that are private in nature and are more appropriately shared here than in the discussion board with your classmates?
4. Give a brief description of an objective you worked on this week. Make sure to cite at least one reference showing how your objective relates to the public health knowledge you’ve studied during this course or the public health course. You may choose to reference your e-text, journal articles, or videos you’ve studied during these courses or you may find an outside reference on your own to further enhance your public health knowledge and practices.
Remember, your journal entries are an important aspect of clinical learning as they serve to help you reflect upon and get the most out of your community practice experience. Therefore, your journal entry should include the who, what, where, and when of your community practice experience. Remember, this should simulate a dialogue that would normally take place face-to-face with your community practice experience instructor.
Example of last Journal:
Journal – Week 1 Topic: Diabetes Control
The specific learning goals and objectives for the upcoming weeks are to refine my skills in diabetes prevention, control, and management. I believe that my taking part in the lessons will help me support my patients concerning their interaction with the complex healthcare system, thus resulting in their positive health outcomes. I plan to achieve these goals and objectives by participating in all the lessons and the AIC labs to gain theoretical and practical knowledge on diabetes control, and sensitizing my patients on medication compliance and the importance of a healthy diet on diabetes control.
My upcoming week’s detailed scheduled at the community practice experience placement is a busy one. I am to participate in two days, Thursday and Friday, in my practice, four hours a day. During this particular week, I managed to cover almost all the fundamental learning goals for the week. I expect that the upcoming week will be free of adverse events so that I stay in the practice as planned, learn, and fulfilled most of my learning goals.
Typically, placement issues are inevitable for virtually any practice. Similarly, I also experienced a few such occurrences. However, they were very minor issues with limited or insignificant consequences, and which I managed to solve before they morphed into bigger problems. I therefore thank God for making my week less phenomenal, my supervisor for always being there for me and guiding me, and my colleagues for always being ready to offer advises whenever such issues arose. I believe that the latter two will be rewarded for having offered much and devoting many resources that ensured that I had a successful and delightful experience during my practice.
The objective that I worked on during this week was to refine my knowledge on the efficacy of diet and physical exercises as fundamental diabetes control practices. With the support of my supervisor and colleagues, I managed to design a strategy incorporating the use of the two life style’s aspects in my patient’s care outcomes. Additionally, during my experimentation with the strategy, I ensured that I complied with all the regulatory and legal requirements regarding the design and implementation of the strategy.
I was able to incorporate the strategy in helping my patient’s care outcome and with much positive result. Diet and physical exercise are both fundamental in diabetic patients’ treatment and critical for the prevention of the condition’s development in adult life. Monitoring A1C every three months give to the patient the opportunity to realized if they are progressing with the treatment prescribed and proper teaching of insulin administration is fundamental to avoid Hyperglycemic episode in elderly population. I believe that, once applied to the general population, the strategy will significantly improve the patient’s positive care outcome.
Reference Simóa, R., & Hernándeza, C. (2002, August). Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus: General Goals and Clinical Practice Management. Revista Española de Cardiología, 55(8), 845-860. https://www.revespcardiol.org/en-treatment-diabetes-mellitus-general-goals-articulo-13037902, ISSN: 1885-5857
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