This is a life presentation, 15 minutes in length but we need to know what to say. We are 5, so I do not really know how many pages, (could be 4-6) There are some objectives as you can read that the professor wants to be explain but the difficult part for us is to apply research method with the scientific steps and the theory. InstructionsFor the next upcoming face to face encounter we would like to do an acting case study forum. Each student will be subdivided into group of 5 students and one group of 6 students. Each group will be assigned a case study for which the group will need to select the proper scientific methods to solve the problem as well as support it utilizing a nursing theory.
Each student will be assigned a role: Narrator, Nurse Practitioner, Researcher, Patient, and Theorist. Each student will need to describe their role in the case study:
First Narrator will provide the story, then the patient and the nurse practitioner (NP) will displayed interaction based on the case study (Make it realistic), “then the researcher and theorist will present the scientific steps to reach the solution that the NP arrived with supporting information and the theorist will present the nursing theory selected by the group that is best allocated to your study (Why that Nursing Theory was selected)” Time allowed 15 minutes per group. You are welcome to dress up, use power point presentation, pictures, music, etc in order to make the groups point across. Please provide a short synopsis of the material being presented.Case study
Frank, a businessman under a lot of stress who has a car accident while driving home from work one night. Frank has low blood insulin levels and high blood sugar levels that his doctor believes may have contributed to the blurred vision he experienced immediately before the car crash. Frank subsequently develops stomach problems and is found to have high levels of bile in his blood.Objectives:
Describe the connection between the pancreatic and bile ducts in the abdominal cavity.
Describe how bilirubin is formed in the spleen by the breakdown of hemoglobin to form unconjugated bilirubin and then treated at the liver to form conjugated bilirubin.
Describe the circulation of bile within the body and through the digestive tract.
Synthesize medical data and form a hypothesis to diagnose physical problems.