Its a case scenario that we have to present in class . And its a group presentation.
My question is 3 only to answer . I want it as power points which should contains the main ideas and points form should contain intext and referencing lists. and also in speech form which i will use to explain in dept when based on the power point.
word count 700 -1000 excluded referencing lists proper APA intext and 5 referencing list within 5years. Please use referencing provided in the case scenario
I need it by Wednesday please
first attachment contains the scenario about Matt . please read everything so you will have as idea of what going on with him. and Trigger 2 will explain about Neurological assessment please read from start to finish and use referencing provided on this page below
2 attachment are the group questions but only choose Question 3 to answer
3-6 attachment are some info about Matt that will relate to my question
4 attatchment Marking Rubric
ONLY USE THIS REFRENCING LISTS PROVIDED
These are some sources for your consideration. You will find references appropriate to your team questions here and/or you may search for other academic sources to support your presentations.
Agency for Clinical Innovation NSW Government. (2013). Adult neurological observation chart. Education package. 3-59.
Australian Commission on Australian Safety and Quality in Health Care. Clinical care standards. http://www.safetyandquality.gov.au/our-work/clinical-care-standards/
Australasian College of Emergency Medicine. (2016). Guidelines on the implementation of the Australasian Triage Scale in emergency department.
Beutler, A., & Titus, S. (2017). General principles of definitive fracture management. UpToDate.
Tollefson, J., & Hillman E. (2016). Clinical psychomotor skills: assessment tools for nurses (6th ed.). Melbourne: Cengage Learning Australia.
Shields, J.C., & Clarke, S. (2011). Neurovascular observations and documentation for children within Accident and Emergency: A critical review. International Journal of Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing, 15(1), 3-10.