Clinical application analysis essay assignment brief: you are

 

Clinical application analysis essay assignment brief: You are required to read the following scenario: Tim is a 32 year old man who was admitted via the emergency department following a fight at a weekend football match he attended as a spectator. A physical examination revealed a dislocated shoulder, deep scalp lacerations and extensive bruising to his face and upper body. The emergency department was very busy, with multiple ambulances arriving and many patients being admitted, therefore, it took some time for Tim to be admitted for surgery. During this time an alcohol and drug screen was undertaken, and these tests were clear. Tim did not like waiting and he stated he felt unwell and drowsy. He became increasingly noisy and uncooperative, which was a change from when he arrived; at that time, he was lucid and polite. Tim was fasted, went to the operating theatre and returned to a room on the ward. On waking, Tim’s observations were stable, although the nursing staff had difficulty doing his postoperative observations as he was drowsy and noncompliant. Two hours after surgery Tim stated: “I’m going back to the football match because my team need me to play”. The registered nurse and medical officer on duty tried to persuade Tim not to leave but he continued arguing and shouted: “Leave me alone, don’t touch me, I want to get out of this bed”. The doctor thought that perhaps this behaviour may be attributed to pain and as a result ordered intramuscular morphine. Tim stated: “I’m not in pain, I don’t want morphine”. The registered nurse went ahead as per the medical officers orders and administered the injection to Tim, whilst another registered nurse and a nursing assistant held Tim to prevent him from struggling. This caused the needle to break off, and necessitated further surgery, which resulted in an additional four weeks in hospital. Application of critical thinking You will be assessed on your ability to consider the implications of the identified actions/inactions, the quality of the application of theory (unit content) to practice and the quality and depth of your analysis. You will also be assessed on your ability to support the arguments you put forward with evidence from appropriate literature, including the quality and relevance of that literature. There is a minimum of 8 references required, although you should read widely and incorporate that reading into your assignment! The more you read, the more evidence you will find to weave into your essay and support your ethical and NUM1205 Legal and Ethical Requirements in Nursing and Midwifery Practice, Semester 2. 2020 3 legal claims. References for this essay should be within 5 years of publication only. References should be from a valid source (peer reviewed journals, government and official health organisation and professional online websites and resources e.g. Department of Health, Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia etc., books) and all must be relevant to Australia. References should support the ethical and legal/professional information as oppose to clinical information. Do not leave areas in your work that are unsupported by evidence. As a rule, each paragraph should include a reference to support your discussion within that paragraph. Check the similarity report and ensure that you have paraphrased information and provided a reference.You are required to reference using APA 7th. Structure & presentation You should follow the School of Nursing and Midwifery Guidelines. There is no need for headings: the paper should flow in one long sequence. See SNM assignment writing guidelines for layout. You need to develop a logical piece of writing that shows the possible legal and ethical implications of the care provided or omitted as the case may be. The main part of the assessment is that each of those areas (ethics and law) contains relevant and appropriate material. Your introduction should succinctly introduce what will follow (no more than 10% of your word count). The main body should contain a logical and cohesive development of ideas and demonstrate your ability to develop a logical discussion. Your conclusion should provide a summation of the key points of the work (no references in the conclusion). Full sentence structure is required. Do not rewrite the scenario. Refer to the relevant parts of the scenario as you discuss the relevant ethical theories, concepts, principles, legal and professional elements of the unit content.

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