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MN561 Advance Practice Nurse Clinical
 Unit 1 Discussion
DQ1  Check-In
Please confirm that you have accessed and read the syllabus and unit overview, and received the course expectation document emailed to you prior to start of this course. All practicum hours and field encounters should be entered in Rx Preceptor. Practicum hours must be confirmed by the preceptor to receive credit. Inform the instructor if you are aware of required and recommended textbook and clinical pocket companions as noted in the syllabus. The preceptor contact form should be submitted to Unit 1 drop box. You will complete 185 practicum hours during this term. Please inform the instructor if you have any questions regarding course expectations.
Please feel free to share a little about your professional background and what you expect to learn during this practicum rotation.
DQ2 Oral Presentation
The goal of any oral presentation is to pass along the “right amount” of patient information to your preceptor in an efficient fashion. When done well, this enables you and your preceptor to quickly understand the patient’s issues and generate an appropriate plan of action.
As a general rule, oral presentations are shorter than written presentations as they should focus on the most active issues of the day (Chief Complaint).
Subjective- how patient feels and reports to you.
Objective- vital signs and pertinent physical exam findings; what you hear, feel, smell, and see.
Assessment- should include working diagnosis from presenting problem and prior diagnoses that are being actively addressed during the present appointment.
Plan – this is the area that should be very specific as if you are entering the orders.
Some of the most common stumbling blocks for students (other than nerves) include going into too much detail in the subjective and objective sections!
Discussion: Share with your peers your approach to oral presentations in the clinic setting and ways in which you have perfected your approach to communicating information about your patient to your preceptor. Share your PEARLS of Wisdom!

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