Write a 700-word reflection providing rationale for your completed SOAP Note. MAXIMUM WORD COUNT IS
1500 WORDS. Consider the interview information provided in the patient scenario to do the following within
List 5 open-ended questions you would ask using descriptive language familiar to the patient during the HPI
exam relevant to the chief complaint, including all pertinent and positive negatives. Provide a rationale for each
question you ask by explaining why it is appropriate and how it aligns to the chief complaint. YOU MUST
SUPPORT WITH EBP FOR EACH QUESTION AND GIVE THE SPECIFIC QUESTION YOU WOULD ASK.
ALSO, THIS MUST BE IN PARAGRAPH FORM NOT NUMBERED. THIS IS AN APA 7TH ED FORMATTED
PAPER. SEE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR HEADING FORMAT AND STUDENT PAPER FROM OWL PURDUE
IN THE ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Provide a minimum of 3 rationales for the physical exam components performed. YOU MUST USE 3
DIFFERENT ORGAN SYSTEMS AND/OR SPECIALTY TESTS (i.e. you may not use eyes, ears, throat as this
all belongs to HEENT organ system). A good ex is (abdomen, lungs, rinne test). YOU MUST SUPPORT WITH
EBP FOR EACH QUESTION AND GIVE THE SPECIFIC QUESTION YOU WOULD ASK. ALSO, THIS MUST
BE IN PARAGRAPH FORM NOT NUMBERED.
Locate and review a current (within the last 5 years, 2015-2021) evidence-based article that discusses
evidence-based guidelines or new research relating to each diagnosis (there will be 2 articles, use the title of
the article for the heading and there should be 2 separate headings, one for each article). Provide a brief
summary of the article(s) in your reflection. YOU MUST SUPPORT WITH EBP.
Identify a minimum of 2 barriers to quality health care the patient can potentially experience per the information
provided in the interview (e.g., cultural, linguistic, economic, previous conditions, etc.). YOU MUST SUPPORT
As the FNP, explain how you can address these barriers to improve the quality of care the patient receives.
Use a minimum of 2 peer reviewed articles to support your answers. YOU MUST SUPPORT WITH EBP FROM
JOURNAL ARTICLES, NOT UPTODATE, EPOCRATES, MEDLINE BUT AN ACTUAL JOURNAL).