Value: Complete (P)/Incomplete (F)
Due: Day 7
Grading Category: Complete (P)/Incomplete (F)
Reflect on the clinical experiences you’ve had over the past week, and record your thoughts in a document no more than 500 words long. Your peers will be able to read and reply to what you have written.
Your reflection must satisfy these criteria:
- It must be about a client encounter you had this week.
- It must include an analysis of the nurse practitioner role or the potential role in the clinical setting.
- All clinical discussion or communication must protect the confidentiality of clients; your reflection must not use any patient names, ages, or other personal identifiers.
You will not be graded on the experiences you have had, but instead on your commitment to reflecting on those experiences and using those reflections to improve your professional identity and skill set.
Select one of the following options to help you give your reflection focus:
Write about a situation that you felt you handled well. What did you do?
Write about a situation in which you felt unsure of yourself. What happened? What made you question your decision making? If faced with the same situation in the future, how would you like to handle it differently?
Write about a situation that you felt you handled incorrectly. What happened? How would you change your actions to result in a different outcome?
Write about a continuing situation that began earlier in your clinical. How has the situation evolved since you first faced it? What have you done to guide the relationship? What interventions or strategies have you tried? What is the current outcome? What are your goals with this patient?
- Geriatric pt with depression and anxiety, on cymbalta 60mg, but reports experincing racing thoughts, she explaind during the fall and winter she observes it, she was prescribed vraylar 1.5mg and come back in 2 wks for follow up