Realistic Treatment Plan
For this assignment, you will develop a realistic clinical case presentation. Use PowerPoint to create the slides for your presentation. You will record narration for the slides in the next assignment, so keep that in mind as you work.
You will create a PowerPoint presentation with a realistic case study and include appropriate and pertinent clinical information based on the DSM5-TR and current US clinical guidelines to support the case:
o Chief Complaint o Demographics
o History of the Present Illness (HPI) includes the presenting problem and the 8 dimensions of the problem. See an example of the correct way to document the psychiatric HPI here o Review of Systems (ROS)Objective data:
o Current Medications o Allergies
o Past medical history o Family psychiatric history o Social history o Labs and screening tools o Vital signs o Mental status examAssessment:
o Primary Diagnosis – DSM5 only o Differential diagnosis – DSM5 onlyPlan:
o Pharmacologic treatment plan o Non-pharmacologic treatment plan o Follow up planOther:
o Incorporation of current US clinical guidelines o Integration of research articles o Role of the nurse practitioner
• The presentation is original work and logically organized, formatted, and cited in the current APA style, including citation of references.
• The presentation should consist of 10-15 slides. There should be no narration recorded for this submission. Submit the slides only.
• Incorporate a minimum of 4 current (published within the last five years) scholarly journal articles or primary legal sources (statutes, court opinions) within your work. Journal articles should be referenced according to the current APA style (the online library has an abbreviated version of the APA Manual).
• Complete and submit the assignment by 11:59 PM ET on Sunday.
• Late work policies, expectations regarding proper citations, acceptable means of responding to peer feedback, and other expectations are at the discretion of the instructor.
• You can expect feedback from the instructor within 48 to 72 hours from the due date.