You are allowed to ‘fill in’ details in the case study where you feel that it is important for the completion of the RFCP. If you do this you must include all additional information in an Appendix which should be cited in text wherever this information is relevant. 7. You must support your work with references. In particular this means that his means that you will need to locate references that support nursing and consumer interventions as wells as in identifying potential strengths [especially through the literature on the Recovery Model] as well as when identifying supports and resources and determining timeframes for review.

6. You are allowed to ‘fill in’ details in the case study where you feel that it is important for
the completion of the RFCP. If you do this you must include all additional information in
an Appendix which should be cited in text wherever this information is relevant.
7. You must support your work with references. In particular this means that his means that
you will need to locate references that support nursing and consumer interventions as
wells as in identifying potential strengths [especially through the literature on the
Recovery Model] as well as when identifying supports and resources and determining
timeframes for review.
8. Please post all questions up on the Course Discussion Boards as this will allow all students
to benefit from the answers.
9. In keeping with RMIT policy all assignments are to be submitted through the Turnitin
Portal available via the course webpage.
The assignment is due by 23:59 on Sunday night: the portal will remain open until this
time however after the portal closes you will not be able to submit your assignment so
please make sure that it is submitted by 23:59.
The Turnitin portal will open 2 weeks prior to the assignment due date to allow you to
submit your assignment. You are allowed to submit it as many times as you would like up
until 23:59; the assignment I will receive to mark will be the LAST one you submitted.
Discipline of Nursing
NURS2098: Complex Mental Health & Recovery 3
Constructing the Recovery Focused Nursing Care Plan:
When constructing the RFCP you are required to submit he document using the following format:
Consumers
Priority
Identified
Goals/Issues
The consumer’s
strengths to
address these
issues.
Consumer and
Nursing
Interventions
Person/s
Responsible
Timeframe
– Include a
succinct
statement
describing
the issue.
– Rank
according
to the
consumers
priorities.
– Can be done
using HONOS or
based upon the
information
provided in the
case study
– This section is
critical to
ensuring the
plan has a
genuine
recovery focus.
– You need to
ask questions
such as:
– ‘What can they
do?’
– How
can they help
themselves?
– Include
agreed
actions and
expected
outcomes.
– Consider
what needs to
be done for
each Goal /
issue and
identify what
things the
consumer can
do and what
things the
nurse needs to
do.
– Who is
responsible
for this
intervention
occurring?
– Who will be
assisting in
this
intervention.
– What sort
of assistance
are they
going to give.
– This needs
to be realistic
and
developed
with the
consumer.
– It also
needs to
reflect the
time taken
for
interventions
to effect
change in the
consumer’s
symptoms.
So your final assignment will have the following structure
Consumers
Priority
Identified
Goals/Issues
The consumer’s
strengths to
address these
issues.
Consumer and
Nursing
Interventions
Person/s
Responsible
Timeframe
#1 Goal/Issue 1 Strengths 1 Interventions 1 Responsibility 1 Timeframe 1
#2 Goal/Issue 2 Strengths 2 Interventions 2 Responsibility 2 Timeframe 2
#3 Goal/Issue 3 Strengths 3 Interventions 3 Responsibility 3 Timeframe 3
#4 Goal/Issue 4 Strengths 4 Interventions 4 Responsibility 4 Timeframe 4
#5 Goal/Issue 5 Strengths 5 Interventions 5 Responsibility 5 Timeframe 5
Discipline of Nursing
NURS2098: Complex Mental Health & Recovery 4
The HONOs and the Recovery Focused Nursing Care Plan:
The HONOs scale is completed as part of the assessment data and can be used to identify the key Goals and Issues
and then rank them according to consumer preference. It is included as part of the case study information.
Domain Results
1. Overactive, aggressive, disruptive behaviour. 0 1 2 3 4
2. Non-accidental self-injury. 0 1 2 3 4
3. Substance use and misuse. 0 1 2 3 4
4. Cognitive problems. 0 1 2 3 4
5. Physical illness or disability problems. 0 1 2 3 4
6. Hallucinations or delusions. 0 1 2 3 4
7. Depressed mood. 0 1 2 3 4
8. Other mental health issues. 0 1 2 3 4
9. Relationships. 0 1 2 3 4
10. Activities of daily living. 0 1 2 3 4
11. Problems with living conditions. 0 1 2 3 4
12. Problems with occupation and activities. 0 1 2 3 4
Results Key
0 = No problem at all during the rating period [usually the last 72 hours].
1 = Minor problem / occasional issues causing occasional periods of distress or impairment during the rating
period [usually the last 72 hours].
2 = Moderate problem during the rating period [usually the last 72 hours] causing passing periods of distress or
impairment during the rating period [usually the last 72 hours].
3 = Significant problem causing persistent distress or impairment during the rating period [usually the last 72
hours].
4 = Severe problem causing constant distress or impairment during the rating period [usually the last 72 hours].
Discipline of Nursing
NURS2098: Complex Mental Health & Recovery 5
The Recovery Focused Nursing Care Plan Marking Guide.
Student Name: _________________________________________
Assessment Criteria Mark
Allocation
Consumer Priority:
· Prioritisation logical and appropriately organised.
· Reflects the information in the case study.
· Reflects consumer preference.
· Prioritisation reflects a commitment to the key concepts of the recovery model.
/3.
Identified Goals/Issues:
· Congruent with client needs.
· Reflects the information provided in the case study.
· Clear, succinct and relevant.
/3.
Consumer’s strengths to address these issues:
· Realistic, sensible and possible strengths identified.
· Relevant and connected to the Goal/Issue.
· Strong person focus.
/4.
Consumer and Nursing Interventions:
· Appropriate for outcomes.
· Feasible and realistic.
· Consumer interventions relevant & appropriate.
· Consumer interventions act to maximise consumer ability and capacity.
· Nursing interventions based on sound evidence/research.
· Nursing interventions Consumer oriented [not nurse / system oriented].
· Nursing interventions act to do only what the consumer cannot.
/4.
Persons Responsible
· Relevant, appropriate and realistic.
· Person and role clearly identified.
· Roles allocated to maximise consumer, carer and community involvement.
· Seeks to maximise consumer / carer involvement.
/3.
Timeframe
· Reflects the Goals / Issues as outlined.
· Feasible, Realistic & Measurable.
· Specific to the consumer and their strengths / resources / barriers and overall situation.
/3.
Style & Presentation:
• Including use of word limit, double-spacing, use of header & footer, section headings, page
numbers, and size-12 Times New Roman font.
· Spelling, grammar and paragraph structure meets academic standards.
/2.
Referencing:
• Utilises relevant and contemporary references to support the discussion in each response
• In text referencing used throughout.
• Referencing formatted in accordance with APA requirements.
• Includes at least 12+ current references (books and journal articles)
/3.

 

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