Define what is mobility? What is immobility? If mobility is normal to be mobile so immobility is the opposite of mobility. Therefore, immobility is an abnormal
finding. The topic, descriiption and analysis section is the part of the paper that needs to be done for now. Please analyze the findings of what is a normal
finding compared to an abnormalities in mobility. The causation of immobility and nursing standards of care. There is a minimum of three (3) references that
must be used. The two references will include the required class textbook and at least one outside scholarly source (ex. journal article). APA format must be
used citing and referencing sources. The book I am using for this class is Potter/Perry Fundamentals of Nursing 10th edition
NUR 1025L/1002L Fundamentals of Nursing/Transition to Nursing QEP Assignment
Introduce your QEP topic.
Include age, ethnic background (if relevant to the topic), gender, acuity level within hospital
(step down, floor, ICU), or if in a nursing home (assisted living facility, rehabilitation, or
skilled nursing), relevant medical history, diagnosis, reasons for admission, length of stay, etc.
Please be mindful of HIPPA.
Read and insert literature relevant to the topic:
• What kind of care is the patient receiving?
• How is the nursing staff currently addressing the patient’s health concerns?
• Why are the current nursing interventions important for the patient’s overall health?
• How do these interventions contribute to improving the patient’s health?
Read and insert literature which is relevant to the topic:
• How does the care the patient is currently receiving compare/contrast to evidencebased practice?
• If the care provided differs from suggested practice, why did the nurse or student
nurse choose to deviate?
• If there is limited information available on patient care, what kind of care MIGHT the
patient receive for their current ailment(s) according to evidence-based practice?
Summarize most important points from paper. Draw any final conclusions about topic.
In this section, you may now begin to write in first person (I, me, my). Address these
questions in this section in a narrative fashion:
• What did you learn from the assignment?
• How does this new information compare to your prior knowledge?
• How do you feel about it?
• How did it change you?
• What new skills can you now apply?
• How it will impact your practice in the future?
• Did you experience any “a-ha” moment(s)?
• What new connections did you make from your class, textbook, research, and