This assessment requires students to make an oral presentation which demonstrates knowledge of and ability to apply the Clinical Reasoning Cycle (CRC) to plan nursing care of the older adult (based on a provided case study). The plan of care will be documented on a powerpoint presentation and you will explain the plan of care in your 5-minute video presentation. Due date: Wednesday 9th October 2019 by 1159 Weighting: 20% Length and/or format: 5 minute presentation; maximum of 6 powerpoint slides (5 for content and 1 for the reference list) How to submit: You are required to submit your oral presentation recording (which includes your PowerPoint slides) into the Assessment 2 dropbox located on NRSG266 LEO campus tiles. Note you do not have to submit the powerpoint slides as a separate file. Return of assignment: Feedback and grades for the assessment will be available after three weeks via the assessment 2 campus dropbox. Assessment criteria: Please see Assessment 2: Oral presentation criterion reference rubric in the unit outline and consult assessment tile in LEO for further information. 2. Detailed instructions This assessment requires you to: • Plan the nursing care of an older adult using steps 5, 6, 7 and 8 of the Clinical Reasoning Cycle (CRC) (Levett-Jones, 2018). • Base your plan of care on the first 4 steps of the CRC which are provided as part of a detailed case scenario. • In Step 4 of the CRC the client health issues have been identified and the task is to select one of these health issues and create a detailed plan of care to address the selected health issue, with an emphasis on health promotion strategies to enhance the client’s quality of life. • Document this plan of care in a 5 minute powerpoint presentation. • Using Kaltura Capture software, create and record your presentation. Detailed Instructions: 1. Read the provided case scenario which outlines the client situation using steps 1 – 4 of Levett-Jones (2018) Clinical Reasoning Cycle (CRC). 2. Select one of the identified health problems from the list provided. 3. With reference to the related nursing diagnoses, complete steps 5, 6, 7 and 8 of the CRC which focus on identifying appropriate nursing actions to address the nursing diagnoses. • CRC Step 5 – Establish the (SMART) goals of nursing care which will promote the health of the patient and enhance her quality of life. • CRC Step 6 – Identify detailed interventions and associated rationales to address the chosen problem and meet the identified goals. • CRC Step 7 – Evaluate – identify what you would expect to see if the goals of care are achieved • CRC Step 8 – Reflect – on what you have learned from this process, including what might have been done differently Note: Steps 5, 6 and 7 may be presented in a table 3. The case scenario CRC Step 1: Consider the patient situation Lina Liaw is an 75-year-old woman who lives in Brisbane, and has done for the past 40 years, since moving to Australia from Singapore to live with her long-term partner, Margie. She has never married nor had children. She has 2 younger sisters who live in Singapore. She has close relationships with her siblings and her sees her sister’s two granddaughters, both of whom live in Brisbane, every few weeks. Lina lives alone in a single-story house with a small garden in a retirement village. Lina moved to the village shortly after the death of her partner Margie 5 years ago. She knows her neighbours and some of the other residents of the retirement village but mostly keeps to herself, socialising within the retirement village only occasionally, such as the village Christmas function.