Isability and chronic illness in nursing

video case study Rationale
written case studies are well utilised teaching strategy.avideoed case study provide students with the opportunity to develop a greater awareness of the actual circumstances that have occurred in the scenario,and to ascertain information not normally identified in written case studies.this method will assist the student in developing of the needs of clients with long term health deficits
assessment
you are asked to view the case study video AUSTRALIAN STIRY A BEAUTIFUL MIND.
THIS TRAGIC BUT INSPRING STORY IS ABOUT MELISSA HOLLAND A NURSE WHOSE LIFE SUDDENLY CHANGED AFTER A TRAGIC AEROPLANE ACCIDENT.MELISSA SUFFERED EXTENSIVE HEAD ANDOTHER PHYSICAL INJURIES AND ENDURED A LENGTHLY PEROID OF REHADILITATION
Having reviewed the video,define and analyse the concept of chronicity with particular refernce to melissas disability.in your analysis discuss the impact of melissas disability on the quality of her,focusing on the issue of stigma.conclude your analysis by identifying and discussing how nurses working in the community can play an advocating role to help overcome the disabling effects on clientd with head injury
You must refer to the literature to support your work,display thorough research and reference correctly.
legibilty
grammar
format page nos title
paragraphing
linking ideas signposting
introduction evidence of a plan
evidence of logical and reflective thinking
conclusion correct use of quotes
content
define the concept of chronicity due to disability using the video case study
define and discuss quality of life in relation to the stigma of the disability
advocay and the role of nurse working in community setting with disabled patients
academic referencing technique
harvard refenceing system correct in paper
harvard refernceing system correct in refernce list
appropriate use of nursing and other literure at least 5 refernces is used as supporting evidence for 1000 words
appropriate systemic refernce to subject readings and textbooks
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programme transcript available
summer programms 2005
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