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Analysis Diagram for Patient Priority Concept Problem

Assessment Data
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data?

Date:
Patients Initials:

JN
Positive Outcomes
The positive outcome we
are looking for is that the
patient will continue or restart taking his
medications, and learn how
to deal with the side effects
of his medications.

Antecedents

Experiences
delusional
episodes

Paranoid

Surrounding
environmental
factors

Patient Concept Problem:


Paranoid Schizophrenia
Mood & Affect

Patient Goal
Patient will start taking
medication, and will learn how
to cope with side effects of
meds and reports a decrease
3. Ineffective
Negative
Coping

Outcomes
(Complications)

Consequences

Psychological/Env
ironmental
stressors

Patient Priority Problem :


Cognition

1. I would assess the patients


cognitive level & also the
effectiveness of his
medications & other therapies
he is currently on
2.Assess patients triggers for
anger, hallucinations, and
paranoia.
3.Teach patient how to
Interrelated Concept: Coping
1. Assess patients coping
mechanism by talking to him
2.Teach and encourage patient
how to express his feelings and
how to decrease his triggers
3.Include family when needed in
coping teaching and how they
can help patient cope
4. Teach patient about exercise
and possible other activities to
decrease anxiety and
hallucinations
Interrelated Concept:
Safety
1. Build trust with patient,
and be honest
2.Don't threaten patient or
make promises you can't
keep
3.Avoid crowding the
patient;
give him Analysis
a quiet
Patient
environment to not feel
crowded
4. Observe patient;
however if he tells you to
leave do so, but return soon
to check on him
5. Teach him how to

Intervention
s

1. Impaired Social
Interaction

Interrelated Concept:
Interrupted Family
Process: Interpersonal
Relationships
1.Attend parenting classes
2.Attend couple's
counseling
3.Provide a support system

a. Have patient
attend group therapy
sessions
b. Have patient
participate in other
activities that he likes
c. Teach patient
ways to overcome his
impaired social

Patient Education
1. Teach patient about his
medications he is currently
on
2.Teach patient side effects
of his medications
3.Teach him the importance
of his medication compliance
and how to remember to
take them
4. Teach patient how to cope
with the diagnosis and how
to cope with hallucinations

Teamwork and Collaboration


1Group Therapy or Individual
therapy

Diagram Instructions:

2. Psychologist or Psychiatrist
3. Family Intervention
4. Possible social worker

2. Risk for Injury


a. Provide patient
with a positive,
quiet environment
b. Assess for
suicide risk or self
harming
c .Teach patient
ways to deal with
anger without
getting violent or
self harming
d. Build a trusting
relationship with
patient, don't lie to
him

a. Provide a
support system for
patient, and allow
him to express
himself
b. Assess patient
for risks of self-harm
c. Have patient
attend group
therapy where he
can learn to cope
and where he won't
4. Disturbed Sensory
Perception
a. Assess patient
frequently for
hallucinations and
delusions
b. When assessing patient
and he claims he sees
things, don't make him feel
like he is wrong
c. Encourage medication
compliance and teach
patient how to avoid non
compliance
5. Hopelessness
a. Encourage wife,
and family to visit
patient.
b. Encourage
patient to express
his feelings to you
and other staff
when feeling
hopeless or down
c. have patient
participate in
alternate activities
that he likes in order
to promote a
healthy and safe
environment where
he can enjoy an

Analysis Diagram for Patient Priority Concept Problem


1. Put the patients priority concept problem in the oval in the middle.
2. Add assessment data that supports the patient concept problem in the
assessment data box. Be sure to include subjective data, objective
data, and diagnostic exams (including labs).
3. Add antecedents that support the patient concept problem in the
antecedents box. Be sure to include health history and risk factors.
4. Add the positive consequences in the yellow box. Develop a patient
goal that is measureable and reflects a positive outcome.
5. Add interventions specifically for the patient priority problem in the
blue box.
6. Add interrelated concepts in the green boxes. Add corresponding
applicable interventions.
7. Under the interrelated concept: Patient Education, add applicable
patient teaching interventions.
8. Under the interrelated concept: Teamwork & Collaboration, add
appropriate referrals.
9. Add complications to watch for in the gray boxes under negative
outcomes. For each complication add interventions. Include clinical
manifestations to watch for. Add when the HCP should be notified.
Add any interventions that should be done before notifying the HCP.