[SOLVED] Clinical Perspectives Paper
1. Students will write several narratives describing different perspectives of the same clinical situation and submit to the drop box. Write the paper in APA format. Perspective number one: write a paper describing a patient care event that stands out in your mind. Describe the event, how it happened, the individuals involved, your thoughts as the event unfolded, your feelings about the event (at the time and afterwards). Perspective number two: use the same event that you used in the first paper but this time, write from the patient’s/client’s perspective. What happened? What led up to it? What did the person see, do, hear, and feel about the experience as this event took place? What was important to him or her as the event occurred, and afterwards? What is the result of the event? Perspective three: now use that same scenario and write about the perspective (of your choice) from the patient’s family, a hospital administrator, the doctor, or an onlooker. Why did you choose him or her? Use the same questions as before: what happened, what led up to it, what did the person see, do, hear, and feel about the experience as this event took place? What was important to him or her as the event occurred, and afterwards? What is the result of the event? Conclusion: What did you personally learn from the event by looking at it from the three different perspectives? What did teach you as a nurse? How can you use what you learned in your growth as a professional nurse? Directions: EACH SECTION IS TO BE WRITTEN FROM THE FIRST PERSON PERSPECTIVE, meaning you are writing the patient’s and third party’s perspectives as if you ARE them! This paper should be approximately five pages long, and written in a narrative format. Please use proper headings to separate out each perspective and your conclusion. No introduction section is needed. The example I would like you to use is my patient who is 22yrs old who found out that she has MS. Had to get a vascular catheter and received IV medication for a week and a half while away from family because of COVID. She was scared about what her future was going to look like and what restrictions it cause her down the road. I felt for her and wanted to help but I knew I didn’t understand what she was going through but I could be there for her.