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Title of Assignment:

Module 02 Written Assignment – Topic: Immune system Disorders

Purpose of Assignment:

Apply knowledge and understanding of the pathophysiology of immune system disorders. Autoimmune disorders are generally considered the host attacking itself, which manifests in different types of disorders.

Course Competency(s):

· Determine the cellular functions required to regulate homeostasis.

Instructions:

Content:

Imaging interviewing a person you who has an immune system disorder or cancer. Review content in your text for potential types of disorders.

Interview the affected person and write a 3-page summary of the interview, including:

· Identify the pathophysiology of the immune system disorder

· Discuss the treatment for the immune system disorder

· Summarize the findings of the interview

· Use at least three scholarly source to support your findings or identify therapies that may be new or different from what the affected person may be using. Examples of scholarly sources

· include academic journals, reference texts, and CINAHL nursing guides.

Questions you may want to use to guide your interview:

**REMEMBER: Your interview should be
summarized
, not copied word-for-word.**

1. Which immune system disorder do you have?

2. How long have you had this disorder?

3. How has this disorder changed your life (home and work)?

4. Are you able to carry out daily activities independently?

5. What treatments are you using to manage this disorder?

6. What side effects have you experienced with the treatments?

7. How has this disorder changed your body?

8. How has this disorder impacted you emotionally?

9. Have alternative therapies, such as Eastern medicine (acupuncture, herbal treatment, yoga) been tried or recommended?

· Cite your sources in-text and on a References, page using APA format. Questions you may want to use to guide your interview:

1. How would you describe your immune system disorder?

2. How long have you had this disorder?

3. How has this disorder changed your life (home and work)?

4. Are you able to carry out daily activities independently?

5. What treatments are you using to manage this disorder?

6. What side effects have you experienced with the treatments?

7. How has this disorder changed your body?

8. How has this disorder impacted you emotionally?

9. Have alternative therapies, such as Eastern medicine (acupuncture, herbal treatment, yoga) been tried or recommended?

Write from nursing perspective

No consideration for plagiarism

With Conclusion

09/10/2021

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Running head: TITLE OF PAPER

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PLEASE FOLLOW THIS TEMPLE FORMAT

Title of Paper

Student Name

NUR 2063: Essentials of Pathophysiology

Instructor Name

Date of Paper Submission

The first paragraph is an introduction to your paper. As a general rule, it should be at least 3 sentences long and should introduce the reader to your paper.

Pathophysiology

Above is an example of a level one heading. Introduce this section of your paper in one sentence (i.e. “In this section, the author of this paper will discuss…”). After introducing your topic, you will write 2-3 paragraphs discussing the pathophysiology of the chosen disease process, including the etiology and risk factors, pathogenesis (NOT just a definition of the disease), and clinical manifestations.

Patient Experience

Above is an example of a level two heading, meaning the content addressed in this paragraph will be pertinent to the level one heading above it (in this case, Pathophysiology). In this section, specific examples of the impact of this disorder on the person interviewed will be included (clinical manifestations they experience, the impact on their life, etc.). At least one paragraph (three sentences) should be included here. This information can also be incorporated into the “Pathophysiology” level one heading paragraphs if you prefer (this section could then be deleted); An example would be as follows: “The clinical manifestations of [disease process] are [list all clinical manifestations]. When interviewing the patient, he/she stated that she experiences [list of clinical manifestations experienced by person].”

Treatment

Above is an example of a level one heading. Introduce this section of your paper in one sentence (i.e. “In this section, the author of this paper will discuss…”). After introducing your topic, you will write 1-2 paragraphs discussing the treatment of the chosen disease process, including both pharmacological (medications &/or supplements) and non-pharmacological (surgeries, therapies, nursing care, etc.) treatment options.

Patient Experience

Above is an example of a level two heading, meaning the content addressed in this paragraph will be pertinent to the level one heading above it (in this case, Treatment). In this section, treatments that the person you interviewed uses to treat his/her disorder will be discussed. At least one paragraph (three sentences) should be included here, but you may need more depending on the amount of treatments your interviewee uses. This information can also be incorporated into the “Treatment” level one heading paragraphs if you prefer (this section could then be deleted); An example would be as follows: “The medications that can be used to treat [disease process] are [list all medications]. When interviewing the patient, he/she stated that he/she has been prescribed [medication(s) used by patient].”

Impact on Lifestyle

Above is an example of a level one heading. Introduce this section of your paper in one sentence (i.e. “In this section, the author of this paper will discuss…”). In this section, all other topics discussed in your interview will be included. Typically, this requires two or more paragraphs of information in which the following questions are answered, as outlined by your assignment:

Conclusion

Above is an example of a level one heading. Conclude and summarize your paper in 3-5 sentences.

References

Included references are included here in APA format. APA format requires citations be double-spaced with a hanging indent.