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Putting together a mind map for a case study using Inspiration. Step One. To compose my case study outline I started with background information of the client which I added via the ‘add or edit note’ section behind the icon of an elderly woman. I chose a cartoon of an elderly

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Putting together a mind map for a case study using inspiration

Putting together a mind map for a case study using Inspiration


Step one

Step One

To compose my case study outline I

started with background information of the

client which I added via the ‘add or edit

note’ section behind the icon of an elderly

woman. I chose a cartoon of an elderly

woman to represent the client. I found this

easier to recall than just a coloured shape.

You can also label your chosen picture as

I have. There are lots of alternatives to

choose from so you can tailor the mind

map to your own specifications whatever

makes it easier for you to remember the

information.


Step two

Step Two

I then made a problem list and chose

a puzzle icon to list these behind.


Step three

Step Three

For the short term goals again I chose

a picture which would remind me of

the information stored in the notes

behind the icon.


Step four

Step Four

I then repeated this for long term

goals using a different picture. As

well as placing book, article and

web links behind the references

icon (see next slide) I also added

some links under short and long

term goals which made it easier

for me to link the goal with the

reference. Using this software you

can also add video and audio

links although I didn’t use these in

this case study.


Step five

Step Five

I found saving my references

within the mind map structure

very useful. Having all your

references listed here saves

you time searching for that

scrap of paper you originally

wrote the link on and it also

enables you to cut and paste

them into the finished article.


Case study outline

Case Study Outline

The software also structures your mind map notes into a

linear format (see following slides) which forms the basis

of your written case study. The structure of the outline can

be reordered and you can add and edit the notes as you go

along. I found by the time I done the 5 steps the case study

had practically written itself. I then used Spellex to check

the spelling and grammar and Texthelp to read it back to

me as I often find after working on an assignment for a

while you tend to read what you think you have written and

not what is actually on the paper.


Case study outline1

Case Study Outline

Background:

75 years old female

Previously admitted to A&E #NOF, Surgery DHS fitted, Current admission due to fall at home.

Problem List:

1.Reduced mobility

2.Reduced muscle strength/mild residual L sided weakness (CVA 5yrs ago)

3. Pain

4. Hypertension

5. Reduced b/c, confidence, fear of falling

6. Reduced stance on L side.

7. Mild RA in hands

8. Environmental factors

Short term goals - Within 4 weeks:

1. Review use/technique of walking aid

2. Independent with bed/chair exs 3/7. Independent with functional activities 1/52

Outcome measure: TUSS

3. Liaise with Drs to ensure adequate pain ctl 1/7. Reassess b4 each Rx

4. As above. Review and modify check Polypharmacy.

5. Balance exs, decrease EMS by 4 within 1/52, increase Berg b/c to 48 within 2/52

Outcome measure: EMS and Berg b/c scores and SMART goals.

6. Re-education of gait.

7. Medical problem - Liaise with Drs 1/7. Avoid intervention during flare ups.

8. Liaise with OT and SS to assess home hazards, home improvements, POC?


Case study outline contd

Case Study Outline contd.

Long term goals - More than 4 weeks:

1. Increase distance to 30m independently outside with appropriate walking aid 3/12

2. Group ex classes +/or ORTAGO (home exercise plan) http://www.acc.co.nz/injury-prevention/home-safety/older-adults/preventing-falls/otago-exercise-programme/index.htm?ssSourceNodeId=4001&ssSourceSiteId=1494

[Accessed 30/05/07]

3. As ST( short term) goal

4. As ST goal

5. Reduce EMS to 0 within 3/52, Increase Berg b/c to 56 within 3/52

6. Parallell bars, WZF...> Delta rollator, Hydrotherapy?

7. As ST goal.

8. Plan EDD, arrange community physio follow up (as deemed necessary) in consultation with MDT


Case study outline contd1

Case Study Outline contd.

References:

American Geriatrics Society (2001) Guideline for the prevention of falls in older people Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 49, 664-672

Buchner, D.M., Beresford, S.A., Larson, E.B., LaCroix, A.Z. and Wagner, E.H. (1992) Effects of physical activity on health status in older adults IN: Lord, S.R., Sherrington, C., Menz, H.B. and Close, J.C.T. (2007) Falls in Older People - Risk factors and strategies for Prevention Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP), (2007) Osteoporosis audit pack - guidelines for management of osteoporosis Available from: http:// www.csp.org.uk/uploads/documents/OsteoAudit.pdf [Accessed 29/05/07]

Department of Health (dh), (2001) National Service Framework (NSF) for Older People Available from: http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Publicationsandstatistics/Publications/PublicationsPolicyAndGuidance/DH_4003066 [Accessed 30/05/07]

Jack, C.I., Smith, T. and Neoh, C (1995) Visual intervention IN: American Geriatrics Society (2001) Guideline for the prevention of falls in older people Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 49, 669

Lord, S.R. and Bashford G.M. (1996) Shoe characteristics and balance in older women Journal of American Geriatrics Society 44, 429-433

Lord, S.R., Sherrington, C., Menz, H.B. and Close, J.C.T. (2007) Falls in Older People - Risk factors and strategies for Prevention Cambridge: Cambridge University Press


Case study outline contd2

Case Study Outline contd.

Lawrence, T.M., White, C.T., Wenn, R. and Moran, C.G. (2005) The current hospital costs of treating hip fractures Injury, 36, 88-91

Lord, S.R., Sambrook, P.N. and Gilbert, C. (1994) Postural stability, falls and fractures in the elderly Medical Journal of Australia 160, 684-91

Mitchell, E. and Dyer, J. (2002) Preventing falls in older people - charting practice change by audit Professional Nurse July 2002, 17 (11) 665-668

National Osteoporosis Society (nos), (2007) Bone density scanning

Available from: http://www.nos.org.uk/dr_media/nos/Bone_Density.pdf_

[Accessed 03/05/07]

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), (2004) 048 New guidelines for the NHS on the assessment and prevention of falls in older people Available from: http:// www.nice.org.uk/page.aspx?o=233389 [Accessed 30/05/07]

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), (2005) CG21 Falls guidance Available from: http://guidance.nice.org.uk/CG21/guidance/pdf/English [Accessed 28/05/07]

Peden, M., McGee, K. and Sharma, G. (2002) The injury chart book - a graphical overview of the global burden of injuries Available from: http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/924156220X.pdf [Accessed 30/05/07]


Case study outline contd3

Case Study Outline contd.

Skelton, D.A. and Dinan, S. M. (1999) Exercise for falls management - rationale for an exercised programme aimed at reducing postural instability Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 15 (2) 105-120

Skelton, D.A. and McLaughlin, A. (1996) Training functional ability in old age Physiotherapy 82, 159-167

Simpson, J.M., Marsh, N. and Harrington, R. (1998) Guidelines for Managing Falls among Elderly People British Journal of Occupational Therapy 1998 61 (4) 165-168

Studenski, S., Duncan, P.W. and Chandler, J. (1994) Predicting falls - the role of mobility and non-physical factors Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 42, 297-302

World Health Organisation (WHO), (2007) - Incidence of Falls in older people Available from: http://www.euro.who.int/HEN/Syntheses/Fallsrisk/20040319_5 [Accessed 30/05/07]

World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe (WHO), (2007) Summary of evidence to support interventions to reduce falls and injuries Available from:

http://www.euro.who.int/HEN/Syntheses/Fallsrisk/20040318_6 [Accessed 30/05/07]


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