Present and discuss a topic that you are interested in researching for this course. Explain why this topic interests you. Provide a brief background of the topic and speculate on arguments you could pose or problems you could solve. Additionally, draft a potential problem statement. Pose ideas and solicit feedback from your peers on your ideas.
In your responses, provide your peers with constructive criticism. Identify topics that might seem too broad or too narrow in focus. Identify possible challenges and offer ideas and solutions for improvement.
Comment to a minimum of two peers. Remember that your feedback and support are important!
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Fill in the concept map linked below with the information you have on your most recent patient. Then look at opportunities, real or imagined, for collaborative and/or interdisciplinary care. What could you do to make everything and everyone work together for the good of the patient?
Evaluation may be real or imagined as well. Think “outside” the realm of the clinical picture you’re presented. If you believe the suggested improvements to care will benefit the patient, say so! If you are not convinced that the prescribed collaboration will be effective, say that as well.