Episodic SOAP Note This Assignment builds upon prior knowledge gained in MN552 Advanced Health Assessment Select a respiratory disorder and 2023
Episodic SOAP Note
This Assignment builds upon prior knowledge gained in MN552: Advanced Health Assessment.
- Select a respiratory disorder and perform an assessment on a volunteer family member or friend to complete an episodic SOAP Note.
- You may complete the SOAP note on a patient seen in the practicum setting (if you are enrolled in a practicum course).
- The SOAP Note should include an assessment of general appearance, heart, and lungs regardless of the chief complaint.
- Include an assessment of other pertinent systems based on the chief complaint and history of present illness (HPI).
Please follow the SOAP Note written guide and the grading rubric located in the “Grading Rubrics” area of the course to complete this Assignment.
Before finalizing your work, you should:
- be sure to read the Assignment description carefully (as displayed above);
- consult the Grading Rubrics (under the Course Home) to make sure you have included everything necessary; and
- utilize spelling and grammar check to minimize errors.
Your Assignment should:
- follow the conventions of Standard American English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.);
- be well ordered, logical, and unified, as well as original and insightful;
- display superior content, organization, style, and mechanics
Submit the Assignment to the Dropbox by Tuesday before 11:59 p.m. of this week.
EPISODIC SOAP NOTE TEMPLATE
Please role play with a volunteer family member or friend to complete this Assignment.You will focus on a respiratory disorder and gather data to complete an episodic SOAP note. You will include evidence-based practice guidelines in the management plan, and include rationales fordifferential diagnoses (cite source).Please include a heart exam and lung exam on all clients regardless of the reason for seeking care.So, if someone presented with cough and cold symptoms, you would examine the General appearance, HEENT, Neck, Heart, and Lungs for a focused/episodic exam.The pertinent positive and negative findings should be relevant to the chief complaint and health history data.This template is a great example of information documented in a real chart in clinical practice. The term “Rule Out…” cannot be used as a diagnosis.Please describe appearance of area assessed and refrain from using the term “normal” when documenting this note.Please note that requirements for SOAP notes may differ across NP courses.
I. Subjective Data
A. Chief Complain (CC):
B. History of Present Illness (HPI):
C. Last Menstrual Period (LMP- if applicable)
E. Past Medical History:
F. Family History:
G. Surgery History:
H. Social History (alcohol, drug or tobacco use):
I. Current medications:
J. Review of Systems (Remember to inquire about body systems relevant to the chief complaint and HPI)
II. Objective Data
Please remember to include an assessment of all relevant systems based on the CC and HPI.The following systems are required in all SOAP notes.You will proceed to assess additional pertinent systems.
Vital Signs/ Height/Weight:
Differential Diagnosis(includes rationales and cites sources)
1. Prescriptions with dosage, route, duration, and amount prescribed and if refills provided
2. Diagnostic testing
3. Problem oriented education
4. Health Promotion/Maintenance Needs
5. Cultural & Life span considerations
Follow-Up Plans(When will you schedule a follow-up appointment and what will you address in the subsequent visit? Follow-up in 2 weeks; and plan to check annual labs on return to clinic (RTC))
References:Please include at least 3 evidence-based sources in APA format.