A Critical Thinking Case Study
Authors: Marsha Purtee & Joan Ulloth
Designer: Linda Caputi
Topics for Endometriosis Case Study
The 13 questions in this case study cover the following topics:
Determining the best intervention for cramping and heavy menstrual flow in a patient with endometriosis.
Communicating therapeutically with a patient who shows emotional distress.
Teaching a patient about the usual sequence for implementing interventions for endometriosis.
Gathering additional data after observing a change in a patientís behavior.
Determining the most effective teaching plan for a group of adolescents.
Evaluating a patientís response that indicates an accurate understanding of STI transmission.
Responding to a patientís statement using therapeutic communication.
Maintaining patient privacy while providing treatment for a sexually transmitted disease.
Evaluating a patientís understanding of the breast self-examination procedure.
Instructing a patient with fibrocystic breast changes about methods to reduce discomfort.
Prioritizing instructions for a patient taking danazol (Danocrine).
Assessing a patient taking danazol (Danocrine) for the potential complication of DVT.
Explaining to a patient that there is no correlation between endometriosis and cancer.
Critical Thinking Skills and Strategies for Endometriosis
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