Guidance ● Assess the information provided and Identify the patient’s care needs. ● Plan person-centred and holistic care based on the identified needs. ● Explain any use of a model of nursing to base the care plan on. If a model is chosen, use that framework of assessment to provide structure for the care plan. ● Make sure that the care you plan is S

Guidance
● Assess the information provided and Identify the patient’s care needs.

● Plan person-centred and holistic care based on the identified needs.

● Explain any use of a model of nursing to base the care plan on. If a model is chosen, use that framework of assessment to provide structure for the care plan.

● Make sure that the care you plan is Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time specific (SMART).

● Show how safe & effective communication with patients, their families and the wider multidisciplinary and social care team can be achieved during the process of care planning. This includes meeting NMC standards for written information contained in the care plan.

● Identify any risks to patient safety relating to any planned care and show how you would plan evidence based care to minimize these risks.

● Give a good, reliable rationale for your care plan using professional literature and referencing to show that the best evidence-based care has been planned for the patient.

● Do not exceed the care plan word-limit of 1000 words (+10%) and make sure it meets the attached level 4 rubric. In addition:

● Support your writing with evidence from a range of literature. This should be fully referenced in the care plan using APA 6th edition as set out in the referencing guide.3 Fundamentals of Nursing Practice assessment brief-care plan. SC 2020

● The words provided by the patient scenario and those in the title of the assignment are excluded from the 1000 word count.

● Your care plan should be word-processed using Arial font size 11

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