[ORDER SOLUTION] Evidence Based Article Critique

Please follow rubric from start to finish. Simply answer the questions ON THE RUBRIC. do not make a separate page. Don’t put in essay/paragraph form. Just place the answer after each question. Put reference page on separate page. Reference the article and reference the grading tool. Dont worry about Flipgrid instructions. Please find an article about the treatment of Schizophrenia Disorder in children with antipsychotics such Abilify. Article need to be 5 years old or less.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Mental Health and Mental Illness

Select any specific mental illness (Bipolar disorders) Summarize the mental illness into a paragraph. Research the possible causes of the illness, who is at risk, the symptoms, and some of the available treatments and therapies. Explain to the class in two to three paragraphs. Continue to teach the class by training them how they could each, as human services professionals, work with an individual diagnosed with this mental illness as part of a broader treatment plan.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Injuries and Preventions

Instructions
you need to read Chapter 13 Injuries and Injury Prevention at Home, on the Road, at Work and at Play ( McKenzie, J.F., Pinger, R.R., & Kotecki, J.E. (2012). An Introduction to Community Health. Brief Edition. Sudbury, Massachusetts: Jones and Bartlett Publishers).

As you can see from the material, injuries play a big role in Public Health. For this assignment, you will create a chart with data specific to injuries and injury prevention. Your chart will have 5 rows, each with a different type of injury that impacts Public Health. Across the top of the chart, you will have 2 columns. You will populate the columns with 1. Data for the specific injury listed 2. Prevention strategies for the specific injury listed.

How will you know if you have been successful with this assignment:

By the end of the assignment, you will have identified 5 types of injuries, stated the rate they occur, and provided information on prevention strategies.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Stress Reduction Action

I.    Introduction
Review your top three stressors and state why you chose them. Discuss your readiness to change. It is understandable if you are not ready because certain changes take more effort and commitment. So be honest with each stressor. State why or why not you are ready.

II.    Goals, Activities, and Tasks
A.    Create a Goal Statement for each stressor. See page 142 in the text where the author describes writing statements of affirmation. This can help you formulate positive goal statements. Here is a sample Goal statement for the Stressor, Procrastination:
“I complete tasks on time and I feel the joy of accomplishment”
B.    List all the activities and tasks that you will perform to make the goal happen. Include target dates if applicable. Include tasks from each of the Five Dimensions of health. Keeping with our Procrastination sample:
1.    Spiritual: Pray for motivation and insight
2.    Mental: Keep daily to do list
3.    Physical: burn stress by e xercising; tackle difficult tasks afterwards
4.    Emotional: Repeat positive affirmations
5.    Social: Commitment to doing tasks on time allows more time to socialize; study or work in groups for networking
Do this process for each of the three stressors. Use the text to research your strategies. Do not limit your tasks to just one per dimension as this is only a sample. The text is full of resources so demonstrate your ability to find them. Acknowledge the page # when applicable.

III.    Honest Appraisal
Discuss the reasons you will succeed with your plan. Identify all the resources at your disposal. This can include personal traits that will help you, other people, and tangible resources. Finally, identify potential blocks or barriers and state your strategy for overcoming them

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Ethics of Healthcare Management )

Prompt: The text explores a number of current healthcare topics that present bioethical issues, especially when viewed from a biblical worldview perspective:
Medical genetics Stem cells and cloning DNA testing
Genetic enhancement Personalized medicine

Select 1 of the above topics SELECTED: Personalized medicine and provide critical analysis:
1) The ethical issues for society
2) The ethical issues for a Christian healthcare professional
3) Whether and how a Christian should participate in such efforts

REQUIREMENTS
> A minimum of 3 scholarly articles, the Bible, and class book – – – I will provide scholarly articles and pages from our class book
> A minimum of 1,000 words
> Integrate at least 2 biblical principles that directly support the thread. I use the NIV Bible (https://www.biblegateway.com/versions/New-International-Version-NIV-Bible/)
> Follow APA 7th edition citation changes.
> All direct quotes and paraphrases must include page or paragraph number.

Healthcare professionals face ethical questions every day. This is particularly true for those whose scriptural worldview may seem unfamiliar, or even antagonistic, to the secular scientific community. This assignment asks you to research and analyze the ethical issues involved in a healthcare environment that poses such ethical challenges.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Violence and the Power and Control Wheel

From your notes and observations collected during the virtual activity, analyze the strengths and challenges of at least two clients and the type of abuse each client experienced.  Use the Power and Control Wheel in your analysis of the client situations.

Also, describe four types of elder abuse that health care workers should be aware of when assessing clients regardless of the location or situation.  Use at least three professional references in addition to your textbook and put your answers to these questions into at least 750 words.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] I-Care Nursing Essay

Week 5 Icare Essay

Getting Started: Interprofessional teams are part of practice trends we see developing in all aspects of care delivery. Consider your own work environment (or recent clinical setting).
For this assignment, consider the concept of interprofessional teamwork and patient outcomes.
Look at your current workplace as an example. (If you are not currently employed, look to a past workplace or clinical practice area.)
Apply the components of the iCARE concept to interprofessional teams in a short paper. (Body of the paper to be 3 pages, excluding the title page and references page)
iCARE components are:
Compassion
Advocacy
Resilience
Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)
How could you contribute to an interprofessional team and patient outcomes through nursing actions of: compassion, advocacy, resilience, and evidence-based practice?
Select one scholarly nursing article from CINAHLas a resource for your paper.
Additional scholarly sources can be used but are optional.
When searching in the CINAHL database, please limit your search word to one component of the paper you wish to emphasize, such as ‘Resilience’.  Searching for the term iCARE will not produce the results you need.
Elements of iCARE paper
Title page
Below are the headings to be used for this assignment. 
Introduction:(No heading needed here in APA) Explain the type of work setting you are discussing and whether interprofessional teams are currently present. If interprofessional teams are present, indicate a team function that could be improved. If interprofessional teams are NOT present, indicate what type of team you think might be possible in the setting.
Describe a nursing action itemfor each component below that could contribute to: interprofessional team support; how this might impact the culture of your unit or organization; and possible impact on patient outcomes.
Compassion
Advocacy
Resilience
Evidence-Based Practice
Summary:Include a summary statement of how iCARE components can support interprofessional teams and patient outcomes. Address how you may be able to influence this process of support for interprofessional teams overall in your unit or organization.
References: List any references used in APA format.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Pathophysiology

COMPETENCIES
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7002.1.1 : Pathophysiology
The graduate evaluates high volume, high impact disease processes, including associated pharmacological interventions and implications for advanced practice.
7002.1.2 : Evaluation of Pharmaceutical Impact
The graduate analyzes pharmaceutical impacts, including physiological, psychological, financial, and lifestyle factors on the selected disease processes.
7002.1.3 : Managing Care Transitions
The graduate evaluates salient pharmacological issues in managing patient care transitions.
7002.1.4 : Salience
The graduate distinguishes between general information and relevant assessment findings to manage and minimize pathologies and risk factors to promote optimal patient outcomes.
7002.1.5 : Care Management
The graduate integrates relevant patient and population data to develop pathopharmacological management strategies for populations.
INTRODUCTION
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As an advanced practice nurse, it is important to diagnose, treat, and evaluate patients who have chronic disease. A nurse must understand how pathology, treatment, regimens, and psycho-social issues affect patients and the care they receive. Disease management is more than just monitoring a medication or treatment; it is evaluating the disease process from the micro to macro level. As a nurse with an advanced degree, you will be expected to assess patients and individual and population responses to chronic illness.

For this assessment, you will investigate pathopharmacological issues related to a specific disease process. You may choose to investigate traumatic brain injury, depression, obesity, asthma, or heart failure. As part of this assessment, you will analyze the various impacts the disease process has on the patients, their families, and populations at a local, national, and international level.

REQUIREMENTS
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Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. An originality report is provided when you submit your task that can be used as a guide.

Professional Communications is a required aspect to pass this task. Completion of a spell check and grammar check prior to submitting your final work is strongly recommended.

You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.

A. Investigate one of the following disease processes: traumatic brain injury, depression, obesity, asthma, or heart failure.
1. Analyze the pathophysiology of the disease process you selected in part A.
2. Discuss the standard of practice for the selected disease process.
a. Discuss the evidence-based pharmacological treatments in your state and how they affect management of the selected disease in your community.
b. Discuss clinical guidelines for assessment, diagnosis, and patient education for the selected disease process.
c. Compare the standard practice for managing the disease within your community with state or national practices.
3. Discuss characteristics of and resources for a patient who manages the selected disease well, including access to care, treatment options, life expectancy, and outcomes.
a. Analyze disparities between management of the selected disease on a national and international level.
4. Discuss three or four factors (e.g., financial resources, access to care, insured/uninsured, Medicare/Medicaid) that contribute to a patient being able to manage the selected disease.
a. Explain how a lack of the factors discussed in part A4 leads to an unmanaged disease process.
i. Describe characteristics of a patient with the selected disease that is unmanaged.

B. Analyze how the selected disease process affects patients, families, and populations in your community.
1. Discuss the financial costs associated with the selected disease process for patients, families, and populations from diagnosis to treatment.

C. Discuss how you will promote best practices for managing the selected disease in your current healthcare organization.
1. Discuss three strategies you could use to implement best practices for managing the selected disease in your current healthcare organization.
2. Discuss an appropriate method to evaluate the implementation of each of the strategies from part C1.

D. When you use sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format.

Note: When using sources to support ideas and elements in an assessment, the submission MUST include APA formatted in-text citations with a corresponding reference list for any direct quotes or paraphrasing. It is not necessary to list sources that were consulted if they have not been quoted or paraphrased in the text of the assessment.
File Restrictions
File name may contain only letters, numbers, spaces, and these symbols: ! – _ . * ‘ ( )
File size limit: 200 MB
File types allowed: doc, docx, rtf, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, odt, pdf, txt, qt, mov, mpg, avi, mp3, wav, mp4, wma, flv, asf, mpeg, wmv, m4v, svg, tif, tiff, jpeg, jpg, gif, png, zip, rar, tar, 7z
RUBRIC
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ARTICULATION OF RESPONSE (CLARITY, ORGANIZATION, MECHANICS):
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate provides unsatisfactory articulation of response. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides weak articulation of response. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides limited articulation of response. COMPETENT
The candidate provides adequate articulation of response. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides substantial articulation of response.
A. INVESTIGATED DISEASE PROCESS:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not investigate 1 of the given disease processes. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
Not applicable. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
Not applicable. COMPETENT
Not applicable. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate investigates 1 of the given disease processes.
A1. PATHOPHYSIOLOGY:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a plausible analysis of the pathophysiology of the disease process selected in part A. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with no detail, of the pathophysiology of the disease process selected in part A. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with limited detail, of the pathophysiology of the disease process selected in part A. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with adequate detail, of the pathophysiology of the disease process selected in part A. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with substantial detail, of the pathophysiology of the disease process selected in part A.
A2. STANDARD OF PRACTICE:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of the standard of practice for the selected disease process. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no detail, of the standard of practice for the selected disease process. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited detail, of the standard of practice for the selected disease process. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate detail, of the standard of practice for the selected disease process. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial detail, of the standard of practice for the selected disease process.
A2A. PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENTS:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of the evidence-based pharmacological treatments in the candidate’s state and how they affect management of the selected disease in the candidate’s community. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no detail, of the evidence-based pharmacological treatments in the candidate’s state and how they affect management of the selected disease in the candidate’s community. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited detail, of the evidence-based pharmacological treatments in the candidate’s state and how they affect management of the selected disease in the candidate’s community. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate detail, of the evidence-based pharmacological treatments in the candidate’s state and how they affect management of the selected disease in the candidate’s community. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial detail, of the evidence-based pharmacological treatments in the candidate’s state and how they affect management of the selected disease in the candidate’s community.
A2B. CLINICAL GUIDELINES:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of clinical guidelines for assessment, diagnosis, and patient education for the selected disease process. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no detail, of clinical guidelines for assessment, diagnosis, and patient education for the selected disease process. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited detail, of clinical guidelines for assessment, diagnosis, and patient education for the selected disease process. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate detail, of clinical guidelines for assessment, diagnosis, and patient education for the selected disease process. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial detail, of clinical guidelines for assessment, diagnosis, and patient education for the selected disease process.
A2C. STANDARD PRACTICE OF DISEASE MANAGEMENT:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide an appropriate comparison of standard practice for managing the disease within the candidate’s community with state or national practices. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides an appropriate comparison, with no detail, of standard practice for managing the disease within the candidate’s community with state or national practices. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides an appropriate comparison, with limited detail, of standard practice for managing the disease within in the candidate’s community with state or national practices. COMPETENT
The candidate provides an appropriate comparison, with adequate detail, of standard practice for managing the disease within the candidate’s community with state or national practices. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides an appropriate comparison, with substantial detail, of standard practice for managing the disease within the candidate’s community with state or national practices.
A3. MANAGED DISEASE PROCESS:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of characteristics of and resources for a patient who manages the selected disease well, including access to care, treatment options, life expectancy, and outcomes. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no detail, of characteristics of and resources for a patient who manages the selected disease well, including access to care, treatment options, life expectancy, and outcomes. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited detail, of characteristics of and resources for a patient who manages the selected disease well, including access to care, treatment options, life expectancy, and outcomes. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate detail, of characteristics of and resources for a patient who manages the selected disease well, including access to care, treatment options, life expectancy, and outcomes. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial detail, of characteristics of and resources for a patient who manages the selected disease well, including access to care, treatment options, life expectancy, and outcomes.
A3A. DISPARITIES:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a plausible analysis of disparities between management of the selected disease on a national and international level. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with no support, of disparities between management of the selected disease on a national and international level. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with limited support, of disparities between management of the selected disease on a national and international level. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with adequate support, of disparities between management of the selected disease on a national and international level. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with substantial support, of disparities between management of the selected disease on a national and international level.
A4. MANAGED DISEASE FACTORS:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a logical discussion, of any factors that contribute to a patient being able to manage the selected disease. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with sufficient detail, of 1 or 2 factors that contribute to a patient being able to manage the selected disease. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
Not applicable. COMPETENT
Not applicable. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with sufficient detail, of 3 or 4 factors that contribute to a patient being able to manage the selected disease.
A4A. UNMANAGED DISEASE FACTORS:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a logical explanation of how a lack of the factors discussed in part A4 leads to an unmanaged disease process. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a logical explanation, with no detail, of how a lack of the factors discussed in part A4 leads to an unmanaged disease process. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical explanation, with limited detail, of how a lack of the factors discussed in part A4 leads to an unmanaged disease process. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical explanation, with adequate detail, of how a lack of the factors discussed in part A4 leads to an unmanaged disease process. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical explanation, with substantial detail, of how a lack of the factors discussed in part A4 leads to an unmanaged disease process.
A4AI. UNMANAGED DISEASE CHARACTERISTICS:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide an appropriate description of the characteristics of a patient with the selected disease that is unmanaged. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
Not applicable. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides an appropriate description, with insufficient detail, of the characteristics of a patient with the selected disease that is unmanaged. COMPETENT
Not applicable. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides an appropriate description, with sufficient detail, of the characteristics of a patient with the selected disease that is unmanaged.
B. PATIENTS, FAMILIES, & POPULATIONS:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a plausible analysis of how the selected disease process affects patients, families, and populations in the candidate’s community. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with no detail, of how the selected disease process affects patients, families, and populations in the candidate’s community. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with limited detail, of how the selected disease process affects patients, families, and populations in the candidate’s community. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with adequate detail, of how the selected disease process affects patients, families, and populations in the candidate’s community. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a plausible analysis, with substantial detail, of how the selected disease process affects patients, families, and populations in the candidate’s community.
B1. COSTS:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of the financial costs associated with the selected disease process for patients, families, and populations from diagnosis to treatment. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no detail, of the financial costs associated with the selected disease process for patients, families, and populations from diagnosis to treatment. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited detail, of the financial costs associated with the selected disease process for patients, families, and populations from diagnosis to treatment. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate detail, of the financial costs associated with the selected disease process for patients, families, and populations from diagnosis to treatment. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial detail, of the financial costs associated with the selected disease process for patients, families, and populations from diagnosis to treatment.
C. BEST PRACTICES PROMOTION:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of how the candidate will promote best practices for managing the selected disease in the candidate’s current healthcare organization. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no detail, of how the candidate will promote best practices for managing the selected disease in the candidate’s current healthcare organization. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited detail, of how the candidate will promote best practices for managing the selected disease in the candidate’s current healthcare organization. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate detail, of how the candidate will promote best practices for managing the selected disease in the candidate’s current healthcare organization. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial detail, of how the candidate will promote best practices for managing the selected disease in the candidate’s current healthcare organization.
C1. IMPLEMENTATION PLAN:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a discussion of 3 strategies the candidate could use to implement best practices for managing the selected disease in the candidate’s current healthcare organization. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no detail, of 3 strategies the candidate could use to implement best practices for managing the selected disease in the candidate’s current healthcare organization. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides logical discussion, with limited detail, of 3 strategies the candidate could use to implement best practices for managing the selected disease in the candidate’s current healthcare organization. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate detail, of 3 strategies the candidate could use to implement best practices for managing the selected disease in the candidate’s current healthcare organization. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial detail, of 3 strategies the candidate could use to implement best practices for managing the selected disease in the candidate’s current healthcare organization.
C2. EVALUATION METHOD:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of an appropriate method to evaluate the implementation of each of the strategies from part C1. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no detail, of an appropriate method to evaluate the implementation of each of the strategies from part C1. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited detail, of an appropriate method to evaluate the implementation of each of the strategies from part C1. COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate detail, of an appropriate method to evaluate the implementation of each of the strategies from part C1. HIGHLY COMPETENT
The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial detail, of an appropriate method to evaluate the implementation of each of the strategies from part C1.
D. SOURCES:
UNSATISFACTORY / NOT PRESENT
When the candidate uses sources, the candidate does not provide in-text citations and references. DOES NOT MEET STANDARD
When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides only some in-text citations and references. MINIMALLY COMPETENT
When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides appropriate in-text citations and references with major deviations from APA style. COMPETENT
When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides appropriate in-text citations and references with minor deviations from APA style. HIGHLY COMPETENT
When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides appropriate in-text citations and references with no readily detectable deviations from APA style, OR the candidate does not use sources.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Psychiatry

You are a PMHNP in a private outpatient clinic. Kelly is a 28 year old female who presents for an initial intake. She was previously treated by a local psychiatrist but stated that she was “kicked out of his practice” and does not know why.

She states that her history is as follows “Major depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, PTSD, panic attacks, and insomnia.” She states that she has been told in the past that she may have borderline personality disorder, but “that doctor didn’t know what he was talking about.” She reports a history of multiple past suicide attempts, primarily by overdose. She also has a history of self injury, mostly by cutting on her wrists and thighs. She reports that she cuts about 1-2x/week, “whenever I get pissed off.” She reports a history of >15 inpatient hospitalizations.

Her current medications include Prozac 60mg, Seroquel 25mg qAM and 600mg qHS, Wellbutrin XL 450mg qAM, Adderall 20mg TID, clonidine 0.2mg qHS, Ambien 10mg qHS PRN (takes nightly), and Klonopin 1mg TID PRN (generally takes 2-3x every day). She states that every time she is admitted inpatient, a new medication is typically added. She also reports that “nothing works” and that “therapy is stupid.” She reports today that her mood is irritable, sleep is poor, and states “if I don’t get any better, I’ll probably just overdose again.” However, she also states that she is unwilling to change her medication until she knows that she can trust you.

Based upon Kelly’s history, answer the following questions,

1. Her medication regimen is far from ideal. In reducing polypharmacy & focusing on managing her symptoms, what would be your first approach in altering her medication regimen?

2. Given the frequency of self injurious behavior, as well as her history of suicide attempts & veiled threats of suicide at today’s appointment, at what point would you consider inpatient hospitalization? How might that affect your therapeutic rapport with her?

3. What alarms you the most about her self-reported list of diagnoses? How might you approach discussing a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder with her?

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Lifespan Development Theories

As you have found, lifespan development research has several renowned theorists who attempted to explain human behavior with different theories. Many people would argue that some theories explain human behavior, cognition and socioemotional development better than others. After your review of the theories, which theory do you think best explains your development thus far and why?

Examples:

Erikson’s theory
Freud’s theory
Bandura’s theory
Piaget’s theory

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