Define the impact of diagnostic tests and results when applying the nursing process
UNDERSTANDING OF HOW NURSING SKILLS
Objective Please review the learning objectives in Modules 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6. This assignment provides learners with an opportunity to enhance their understanding of how nursing skills learned in NURS1203 directly relate to simulated and actual patients. This case study will also assist in developing critical thinking through prioritization and decision making when dealing with the medical or surgical patient.Learning Outcomes•Apply knowledge learned to date to determine the best nursing plan for this patient •Students will research applicable areas to ensure they are providing the best evidence-based care•Define the impact of diagnostic tests and results when applying the nursing process •Predict adaptations to nursing practices when caring for individuals across the lifespan with increased focus on the older adult patientAssignment Guidelines•Assignment must be uploaded to Dropbox in D2L Brightspaceby 2300 hours on the due date•Assignment extensions are at the discretion of the instructor and must be approved in writing before the date the assignment is due•Learners are strongly advised to keep a copy of their assignment •Assignments submitted late will be subject to a five percent reduction of the total grade for every day past due date, including weekends. (i.e. if the assignment is three days late, 3 x 5%=15% will be deducted resulting in a maximumletter grade of A)•Assignments date stamped seven or more calendar days past the due date, without a written approval for extension will only be able to receive up to the minimum grade for a pass. (i.e. if an assignment is received seven days late, the maximum letter grade that can be earned is a C)Assignment Information and Instructions Case StudyPlease complete this assignment based on the patient in the following case study. You are required to use APA formatting in your assignment including a properly formatted title page. Word limit for assignment is 1000 words (not including title page or reference page). Scholarly, peer-reviewed references from the last 5 years are preferred.