Design a plan of care (Care Plan) for the scenario below (Frank). Be as specific as possible. Remembering that you should prioritize the POC.
Always remember to focus on d/c planning as well as inpatient. Look at Cultural, societal, medication issues, dietary issues, and make sure you utilize the nursing diagnosis (not the medical diagnosis) to focus your care plan.
Frank is a 38 yo male pt admitted to a Med/Surg unit with a diagnosis of Left Lower Extremity Cellulitis secondary to Diabetes. Community-associated methicillin-resistant Streptococcus aureus is the probable cause. To treat the infection the healthcare provider has ordered I. V. antibiotic therapy. Frank has a history of Paranoid Schizophrenia with delusions and auditory hallucinations. He lives with his sister and she reports that he does not work because of his disability, drinks six beers and smokes two packs of cigarettes a day, and spends most of his time watching TV. She adds he is unmotivated to change or try new things. She reports he has not been taking his medications for awhile now and is experiencing frequent auditory hallucinations and delusions that people are trying to kill him. She reports when he is on his medications he is more motivated and the hallucinations/delusions are lessened, while not completely gone. In the past he has been on olanzapine (Zyprexa) and gained 20 pounds since he started it. He is also taking the extended-release formulation of Metformin. He has had nutritional counseling but has been non adherent to the nutritional recommendations.
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March 19, 2009
VIA EMAIL AND REGULAR MAIL
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
19 Main Street, 12”‘ Floor
Boston, MA 02215
Attention: Shirley Tyler
Re: South West -and-Napoleon’s Crepes, Inc., 846-2011-36106
Dear Ms. Tyler:
The following position statement is submitted by Napoleon’s Crepes, Inc. (“Napoleon’s” or the
“Company”) in response to the charge of discrimination on the basis of race, color and sex filed
by South West (“West” or the “Charging Party”). Napoleon’s has investigated these charges and
found no evidence to support the Charging Party’s allegations.
The facts supporting our denial of age discrimination are set forth in detail below and clearly
demonstrate that West was not subjected to discrimination of any kind by Napoleon’s. We
respectfully request that the EEOC issue a no cause determination in this matter}
OVERVIEW OF NAPoLEoN’s CREPES, INC.
Napoleon’s Crepes was founded 50 years ago in Waterloo, near Belgium, when master chef
Duke Wellington founded a pastry company that was named in honor of the legend of Napoleon
Bonaparte. Since its introduction to America in 1976, Napoleon’s continues to be the leader in
the premium pastry category. Napoleon’s owns and operates more than 250 boutiques and shops
worldwide where consumers can find a comprehensive selection of Napoleon’s offerings.
Napoleon’s products are also available at finer department and specialty stores.
“Earning the respect of others” and “Demonstrating high ethical standards” are core values set
forth in Napoleon’s’s Leadership Model, and key contributors to its success. Napoleon’s
encourages its associates to create an environment where people are safe to express their ideas
and opinions, and takes care of its associates by recognizing and rewarding good performance,
and by leading and developing their skills. In fiirther support of commitment to its personnel, a
Human Resources Generalist is available on site to partner with store management on human
resource matters and to assist our associates with personnel and human resources related matters.
I This position statement is submitted to assist the EEOC in its investigation and is based on the undersigned’s
knowledge of the facts at the time it was prepared. The Company expressly reserves the right to submit additional
facts or arguments as may be warranted by subsequently discovered infonnation. The Company also submits this
information in an attempt to resolve Charging Party’s complaints and, as such, this position statement does not
constitute an affidavit, and it is not intended to be used as evidence in any judicial or administrative proceeding.
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