The Adolescent Psychotherapy Progress Notes Planner (5th by Arthur E. Jongsma, L. Mark Peterson, William P. McInnis,

By Arthur E. Jongsma, L. Mark Peterson, William P. McInnis, David J. Berghuis

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Her nurse wants to teach her about the side effects of her medication, particularly the dietary restrictions. She prepares a 45-minute presentation that covers everything about the medication. Afterwards Mrs. Walsh seems confused and still cannot relate several essential facts about the medication. What is the best nursing response to the situation? a. Phone the doctor and suggest that Mrs. Walsh be placed on another medication with fewer restrictions. b. Realize that Mrs. Walsh will probably not be able to understand the essentials regarding her medication and teach a relative instead.

Nonexperimental—researcher measures variables as they occur naturally; uses correlations to determine nature and extent of relationship between and among variables; includes prospective and retrospective. Qualitative—researcher makes observations or interviews participants. Data used to describe process or phenomenon—most common forms are phenomenological and ethnographic. Case study—researcher describes and analyzes one or a small number of cases. Nursing Theories (2) Stepwise multiple regression—all potential predictors considered simultaneously to determine the combination of variables providing the most predictive power (3) Analysis of covariance—used statistically to control one or more extraneous variables; useful to adjust for initial differences in situations where random assignment is impossible (4) Factor analysis—reducing a large set of variables into a smaller set of related variables 3.

A. A thorough evaluation of his case and coordination of all services b. Referral for medication evaluation and maintenance c. Referral for vocational rehabilitation if necessary d. Weekly reports to his boss concerning the details of his disability 36. Sharon Getty has been admitted to a neurological unit with a complaint of chronic pain. She has been referred to the psychiatric and mental health advanced practice nurse who functions as the Psychiatric Liaison Nurse for that unit. Which might be a response of the liaison nurse?

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