A resume is a personal document whose purpose is to promote one in a positive manner. This resume will be a current true representation of you as a professional Nurse practitioner. You can focus it as if you were applying for your current position. Each section in the resume should have a heading. Design should be uniform throughout the document and power words should be included. All sections must be flawless for spelling, punctuation, grammar, truth, etc. This resume should be accompanying by a cover letter. The cover letter formally introduces you and creates a critical first impression Should be specifically tailored to a specific position and company. Use professional vocabulary and style. Highlight relevant experiences / qualities as they relate to the position.
Each student will present a Clinical Practice Presentation . The focus of the presentation must reflect current treatment recommendations from accepted professional organizations.
Students are expected to expand their use of resources for evidence-based practice beyond the required text, and explore nursing and related literature to improve their understanding and application of advanced interventions. Each student will present a Clinical Practice Presentation. The focus of the presentation must reflect current treatment recommendations from accepted professional organizations. Presentations will be evaluated related to the criteria listed. Presentations must be no more than 8 slides in a PowerPoint format with a Reference List in APA format, will be no more than 15 minutes in length. Topics will be listed and students must sign up for presentation by the second week of the course. Topics may include: pneumonia, COPD, Parkinson’s, pancreatitis, cholecystitis, Asthma, joint replacement, psoriasis, and others.
In order to get the full grade you must have all this aspects
Presents the case including CC, HPI, Hx, ROS and PE findings concisely
List possible differential diagnosis with supporting/excluding criteria.
What labs or tests are typically ordered in relation to this condition? What results should the
NP expects to see with this diagnosis?
What medications are typically prescribed for this condition? List specific drugs, starting doses, dose ranges, precautions to keep in mind when prescribing these drugs.
What are the outcomes expected or unexpected for this specific condition? And What patient outcomes will trigger a referral?
Provide patient teaching materials specific to their condition