Using the attached documents write a thoughtful 10-page narrative report, following APA formatting guidelines, integrating the scholarly literature and information from the class text while addressing the main content areas described below.
· RELEVANT HISTORY and PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS: Are there any relevant aspects of the client’s history or the client’s characteristics, as reported in the Case Study, which might be relevant to understanding his or her current circumstances? How might you address those? If none are directly mentioned, what aspects would you want to inquire about or assess?
· ASSESSMENT & DIAGNOSIS: Referring to DSM-5 criteria for the disorder(s) in question, discuss specific symptoms that would lead to a diagnosis in this case. What type(s) of assessment would be most relevant? Are there symptoms that are NOT evident that would need to be confirmed? Do you suspect the presence of other mental health diagnoses?
· CAUSAL FACTORS: What theory or theories might best explain the development of this disorder in this individual? What factors – Biological, Psychological, Sociocultural – likely played the most significant role in the development of the symptoms as they are presented in the case? Be as specific as possible.
· TREATMENT: Which treatment modalities offer the most likely help for this client? What specific techniques would be recommended?
· PROGNOSIS: Based on your understanding of the case, what do you believe is the likely prognosis for this client? How would you define treatment “success” in this case? What factors might influence that success or failure?
The paper will end with a minimum of two substantive paragraphs summarizing points made and articulating a personal reflection (written in the first-person) of the case study analysis process.
Case Study Analysis
Running Head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 7
Dawson, S., Kristjanson, L. J., Toye, C. M., & Flett, P. (2004). Living with Huntington’s disease: need for supportive care. Nursing & health sciences, 6(2), 123-130.
Allison’s mother kicked the bucket in 1993, soon after her 33rd birthday. She was embraced, and there was no motivation to speculate that she was in danger. Her local territory of Massachusetts did not unveil her introduction to the world mother’s medicinal history to her new parents. When she turned out to be sick, it set aside a long opportunity to make sense of what distressed her. There was no test for HD as of now. The quality transformation that causes it was found by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital in 1993, multi month before Toni kicked the bucket.
Allison has battled with boldness, pride, and regularly humor, notwithstanding losing such a great amount in her young life: her mom, the vast majority of her companions, and her fantasy to be a school educator. Numerous people who ought to have helped her did not. We have figured out how to locate our own answers and manufacture our own specific manner.
Lerman, C., Narod, S., Schulman, K., Hughes, C., Gomez-Caminero, A., Bonney, G., … & Fulmore, C. (1996). BRCA1 testing in families with hereditary breast-ovarian cancer: a prospective study of patient decision making and outcomes. Jama, 275(24), 1885-1892.
Carrie Benton had dependably been honored with great wellbeing. At 48, she had never had medical procedure, never required healing center care – that is, until last December, when stomach trouble sent her to the crisis room at Maple Grove Hospital.
Envision her and spouse John’s amazement – and stun – to discover that Carrie should have been conceded immediately and in the end experience crisis medical procedure for diverticulitis, a typical stomach related sickness especially found in the digestive organ.
Carrie and John credit Maple Grove Hospital with sparing Carrie’s life – as well as changing both their lives until the end of time.
Carrie experienced a careful gut resection with impermanent colostomy, keeping in mind the end goal to evacuate the burst bit of her entrail and to expel tissue infected with diverticulitis. A second medical procedure known as a “bring down” medical procedure would be required not far off, to expel or “bring down” the colostomy
Province, M. A., Hadley, E. C., Hornbrook, M. C., Lipsitz, L. A., Miller, J. P., Mulrow, C. D., … & Schechtman, K. B. (1995). The effects of exercise on falls in elderly patients: a preplanned meta-analysis of the FICSIT trials. Jama, 273(17), 1341-1347.
Her tongue shivered and her listening ability was stifled, similar to a radio station with a fluffy flag. Furthermore, that was just on her correct side. Her left eye was bothersome, excited and ceaselessly disturbed. Those apparently minor indications implied at a bigger issue: a cerebrum tumor. “I was accusing things for being more established, however quietly, by and large, everything prompted the tumor,” said Ellen Snider, 50, an audiologist with 25 long stretches of experience who heeded her gut feelings to look for an expert supposition.
The Lakewood lady had built up a moderate developing tumor on the principle nerve driving from the inward ear to the cerebrum. Branches of this nerve impact adjust and hearing. Weight from this kind of tumor can cause hearing misfortune, ringing in the ear and insecurity. While this meningioma is non-carcinogenic, it can cause a huge number of issues as it grows
Souder, E., & O’Sullivan, P. S. (2000). Nursing documentation versus standardized assessment of cognitive status in hospitalized medical patients. Applied Nursing Research, 13(1), 29-36.
For whatever length of time that 48-year-old Eric Kelly can recall, he’s dependably been on the heavier side. His weight would go up or down every now and then, yet he never got to a point where he felt genuinely sound. In the same way as other individuals, Eric attempted to discover an answer for his weight issue while adjusting a bustling activity and his duties as a spouse and father. Eric found out about Ideal Weigh, Prevea Health’s new, and restoratively managed get-healthy plan through colleagues who had encountered their own prosperity with it. When he got a challenge to take in more about Ideal Weigh, he chose to put it all on the line
Byock, I. R. (1996). Notes of a Hospice Physician: Journal Entries of January 23 and February 2, 1994. Western Journal of Medicine, 164(4), 367.
Jake resembled a run of the mill multi year old, accelerating cheerfully here and there the road on his gleaming new bike – upheld by a trusty match of preparing wheels. However, what has propped Jake up more than anything is the cherishing backing of guardians Trish and Wade, his assurance and dauntlessness, and the five star minds gave for the duration of his life by Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
Jake was conceived with hemophilia – a hereditary condition in which blood can’t clump, and genuine, dangerous wounds can come about because of routine cuts or falls. “I don’t know when we’ll get the strength to take those wheels off,” Trish says. “It will be another soul changing experience.
Valfer, J., & Rutherford, K. (2000). Jerry’s Story: Sometimes I Didn’t Think, I Just Kept on Living: a Heart-rending Saga. K. Rutherford, Aavery Counseling & Press.
Jerry, 65, was on an excursion for work when he woke up in torment and saw blood in his pee. Tests uncovered muscle-intrusive bladder malignancy, a propelled type of the ailment. Looked with having his bladder expelled and losing sexual capacity, he came to Memorial Sloan Kettering. The bladder disease group utilized a nerve-saving careful way to deal with expel the tumor and make another bladder, protecting his sexual capacity.
Pham, J. C., Story, J. L., Hicks, R. W., Shore, A. D., Morlock, L. L., Cheung, D. S., … & Pronovost, P. J. (2011). National study on the frequency, types, causes, and consequences of voluntarily reported emergency department medication errors. The Journal of emergency medicine, 40(5), 485-492.
Laura lives in the south of England and works in medicinal services. It was January 2015 when Laura first caught wind of an individual wellbeing spending plan. She has an analysis of marginal identity issue and for over multiyear she had been accepting metallization based treatment (MBT), which she discovered “unbelievably upsetting”. MBT is a sort of psychotherapy where the specialist means to help the customer to have their very own superior comprehension aims and those of others. While she knew it worked for a few people, she needed to discover choices that were more suited to her, focusing on how she could deal with her challenges at the time.
Randomly, where Laura lived there was a pilot venture in progress to preliminary individual wellbeing spending plans for youngsters with complex needs, who were experiencing significant change from kids’ to grown-up administrations. Alongside her clinician and a partner (the neighborhood individual wellbeing spending plans lead), they started to investigate the likelihood of an individual wellbeing spending plan as an alternate method for dealing with her psychological wellness issues.
Parker, R. S. (1990). Nurses’ stories: The search for a relational ethic of care. ANS. Advances in nursing science, 13(1), 31-40.
My family was amidst a bustling 1985 summer with baseball, sleepovers, outdoors and companions all through the house. My significant other and I felt honored as our three children were developing into show adolescents. Life was occupied, however uncomplicated. Our oldest child, Philip, required a meeting with an endocrinologist one July morning. I was stunned when the specialist analyzed a conceivable mind tumor. I called my significant other, and instructed him to meet us at the healing center. I called my business accomplice and revealed to him I would be inaccessible. I called a companion and requesting that her supplicate. That day was brimming with specialists, tests, nervousness and perplexity. I rapidly ended up in an outsider world and everything I could do was watch and coordinate. I didn’t know my life would change perpetually that day as I expected the part of patient supporter
Losordo, D. W., Schatz, R. A., White, C. J., Udelson, J. E., Veereshwarayya, V., Durgin, M., … & Burg, A. (2007). Intramyocardial transplantation of autologous CD34+ stem cells for intractable angina. A phase I/IIa double-blind, randomized controlled trial. Circulation.
I was in my late twenties when I met my ex at the congregation I went to. We wedded multi year later.
He slapped me over the face one time when we were locked in as he didn’t care for the feast that I cooked. I was confused however acknowledged his statements of regret and reason of having had a hard day at work. The mishandle began seven days after we were hitched and raised rapidly. A half year into the marriage I approached him for a separation. He said that in the event that I separated from him he would murder me and execute my folks.
I trusted in the pastor of the congregation with reference to what was happening. The priest took a stab at advising us, yet my significant other was telling the cleric a certain something and doing another.