Week 2 Discussion: Abuse Violence Careplan Discussion

Week 2 Discussion: Abuse Violence Careplan Discussion

Week 2 Discussion: Abuse Violence Careplan Discussion

The viewing of this video will constitute as a class however we will not meet in the virtual room you will view on your own and present your care plan in class the following week.
read chapter 23
view For Colored Girls https://digitalcampus-swankmp-net.eu1.proxy.openathens.net/mdc326218/play/7e1ce5b2710afb62?referrer=direct
note the types of abuse/violence noted in the movie and briefly explain each. Can you personally identify with any one type?
as a nurse select one type of abuse/violence and create a care plan to prevent, intervene and educate.
In your care plan include short/long term goals. Make sure you use SMART criteria when writing your goals. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic/Relevant, Time based).
note what you would expect to see or not see in your assessment
diagnose the type of abuse/violence, using NANDA format. (ex: situational low self esteem related to emotional abuse as evidenced by negative self talk, etc)
create a care plan to address the type of abuse
how will you implement and what is the rational behind your intervention?
how will you evaluate?
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