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You are required to conduct a phone or video call interview with a real person in your community who has a chronic illness or disability to discover the impact this has on their life. You will need to prepare for your interview. McGrath, Palmgren & Liljedahl (2019) suggest twelve steps for conducting research interviews; this article is linked on the NRSG372 reading list for Module one.
Identify two (2) care priorities for your interviewee. Present each priority using the Levett-Jones (2018) Clinical Reasoning Cycle, completing the cycle for each priority as outlined in the paragraph structure section of this document. For each priority, identify and rationalise where the person sits on the RoperLogan Tierney (RLT) model of nursing independence to dependence continuum. It is expected that appropriate evidence-based literature will be used to support your assignment.
Consent Form You will need to gain written consent from your interviewee PRIOR to conducting your interview and inform your interviewee they may be called at random by the LIC to confirm consent. There must be evidence that you have interviewed (via phone or video call) a real person in your community, demonstrated by the consent form and unique circumstances outlined in your essay. If there is evidence that students have not conducted a genuine interview an NN grade for the assessment will be awarded.NRSG372: Chronic Illness and Disability NRSG372_
Assessment 1: Written Assignment_ © Australian Catholic University 2021 _ Page 2 of 4 Safety Confidentiality must be maintained. You must de-identify your interviewee in your paper, by use of a pseudonym, and state this clearly in your paper. Any identifiable location, organisation, or workplace must be deidentified. This assessment does not encourage you to diagnose conditions or suggest treatments to your interviewee.
Those under 18 years of age, carers, or currently enrolled students at Australian Catholic University, are not to be interviewed. Students are not to approach strangers for interviews, or to put themselves into situations of risk. Please be aware of the impact of conducting an interview on your interviewee. Should your interviewee become upset, please finish the interview at that point, and contact the LIC for further advice.
Paragraph Structure Introduction: Introduce the interviewee with a pseudonym (and clearly state it is a
pseudonym), their health status and condition(s), introduce your two care priorities, outline the frameworks used, finishing with goals associated with each care priority with a focus on patient centred care. (max 10% of word count).
Para 1: What is your first priority? What information have you used to arrive at this? Where on the RLT dependence/independence continuum (by way of equipment, treatments, or interventions) Be specific and explain the priority in depth here.
Para 2: What will the consequences be if you do not address this as your priority? This is where you need to justify this being your priority- use evidence to support.
Para 3: What is your goal as the nurse in relation to the identified care priority? And what will your intervention be? You will need to substantiate this with evidence and a rationale and bring in the NSQHS partnering with consumers standard.
Para 4: What is your second priority? What information have you used to arrive at this? Where on the RLT dependence/independence continuum (by way of equipment, treatments, or interventions) Be specific and explain the priority in depth here.
Para 5: What will the consequences be if you do not address this as your priority? This is where you need to justify this being your priority- use evidence to support.
Para 6: What is your goal as the nurse in relation to the identified care priority? And what will your intervention be? You will need to substantiate this with evidence and a rationale and bring in the NSQHS partnering with consumers standard.
Conclusion: What have you done throughout the paper? What are the next steps? Evaluation of the interventions will demonstrate what? (max 10% of word count).

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