Purpose The purpose of this assignment is to enhance the student’s clinical reasoning, confidence and learning of various pediatric and women health topics through facilitated discussion. Course Outcomes Through this assignment, the student will demonstrate the ability to: 1. Describe the most commonly prescribed drugs use in primary care for the chose condition. 2. Utilize clinical guidelines, research articles or other materials to support your findings. 3. Identify any practice barriers, issues, or problems (including cultural diversity and healthcare literacy). 4. Discuss best practices for optimal outcomes. • Utilize a minimal of six peer reviewed scholarly articles from Chamberlain Online Library and/or current evidence based clinical guidelines to support your findings. • Discuss Pathophysiology, epidemiology, risk factors, clinical physical assessment findings of the assigned topic. • List and discuss a minimal of three (3) differential diagnoses. • Discuss any applicable diagnostic studies to confirm diagnosis of assigned topic. If not diagnostic studies applicable state this in presentation and why it is not applicable to assigned topic • Discuss prevention (if not applicable, discuss why). • Discuss Treatment including non-pharmacologic management and pharmacologic management. (if not applicable, discuss why Discuss patient and/or family education. • Discuss best practices for optimal outcomes. Discussion Lead Requirement: Develop three (3) questions on your topic you can ask to initiate the discussion and keep it going. Introduction of chosen grand rounds topic that include a detailed review of pathophysiology, epidemiology, and risk factors. Discussion in detail 4 typical clinical assessment findings for chosen topic. List AND discuss in detail a minimal of three (3) differential diagnoses with scholarly support from clinical guidelines, research-based articles, or other appropriate provider-level resources Discuss diagnostic studies and labs that can be used to confirm diagnosis and rationale and scholarly support from clinical guidelines, research-based articles, or other appropriate provider-level resources Discuss prevention AND treatment options including first line medication and non-pharmacological options Discusses in detail patient AND family education for chosen grand rounds topic with rationales. Describe optimal outcomes after treatment with suggested medication, including expected follow up care. Fully, facilitate discussion relevant to the presentation topic by incorporating three (3) open discussion questions for peers. Questions posed allow students to apply additional concepts or explore additional information relevant to the topic. Includes six (6) evidence based Peer Reviewed journal articles (within last 5 years) from Chamberlain Online Library and/or practice guidelines from reputable source(s) for the presentation itself (not including support for peer responses).
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