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ESSAY: Proper Wound Vac Application

Purpose
The purpose of this assignment is to assist the learner in applying instructional methods in the development of a Teaching Plan. The target audience will be learners within an academic setting or a healthcare setting (patients are not an appropriate target audience). The plan will include development of measurable learning outcomes/objectives for the target audience, a topical outline of the content to be presented, development of instructional methods appropriate to the topic, and development of evaluation methods appropriate for the topic.

Requirements
Develop a formal Teaching Plan for a target audience in a nursing academic or healthcare setting (Do not develop a Teaching Plan for patients.). Use the template provided to prepare and submit the Teaching Plan.

Preparing the Paper
This assignment will be submitted to the faculty member using the template provided. The Teaching Plan is to include the following information.

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Topic/title of presentation
Description of target audience
Program description
Learning objectives written in measurable terms and appropriate for the target audience
Course objectives
Unit objectives
Topical outline of content to be presented (instructional methods to be used including the rationale for the selection of the instructional method)
Learning resources/materials used by the instructor for preparation and student assignments
Methods of evaluation
Presented using the Teaching Plan grid. Format for references is to be completely consistent with APA format, 6th edition
A minimum of three current resources related to the topic chosen for the presentation are to be included

ANSWER

Teaching Plan Template

Student Name:

Title of Presentation: Proper Wound Vac Application 

Target Audience: Learners within either an academic or hospital setting

Program Description: This will be a 2 hour teaching lesson plan that will be divided into 30 minutes of presentation, 30 minutes of proper demonstration and finally a 45 minute moment for mapping out the concept as well as discussion of main areas of concern and practical undertaking. The other 15 minutes will be used for lesson engagement either at the start of the lesson as well as a conclusion of the lesson. In the presentation, the various parts of a wound Vac system will be given as well as their implications in ensuring proper use of the device. It will also be important to look at the safety precautions while using the device as well as mechanisms of how it works. The description will also evaluate critically the different types of wounds that can rely on the wound Vac device.

Overall Course Objective(s): At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

  1. Fully describe the working of the wound Vac device
  2. Enlist the different types of wounds that can rely on the device
  3. Describe the nursing interventions required to correctly apply as well as maintain a wound Vac device
  4. Outline the steps required when preparing a patient for application of a wound Vac device
Unit Objective(s)Topical OutlineInstructional Method With Rationale for SelectionLearning Resources/MaterialsMethod of Evaluation
  Instructional MethodRationaleStudent AssignmentInstructor Preparation 
To consider the didactic strategies of instruction that can be used in education theory as well as evidence based practice in order to support patient centered care.   Explore the many didactic instructional strategies that are appropriate to content, setting, learners’ needs as well as the desired outcome of learnersIntroductionExplaining to students various ways that can be used to care for wounds.Giving the advantage of using the wound Vac (albeit properly) in provision of quality care to patientsDescribing the various components of the device plus their functions.Presenting the general working of the deviceOutlining the safety precaution while using the deviceDiscussion of the various wounds that can utilize the deviceThe application and demonstration bitConcept mapping and discussionPost examinationConclusion and question and answer sessionA five minute video will be shown to the students so that they have a glimpse of how the device works before as well as after the lesson. Student charts having the image of the device and a sample wound being worked on will be pinned on the class board to help students correlate what is being explained in class to real life application. A PowerPoint presentation will also be created with a focus on the various concepts that have to be explained in the lesson. The PowerPoint will especially be useful in emphasizing the working of the different parts of the device. A survey tool such as a questionnaire will be developed in order to receive feedback from students on what they learnt.Use of a video is a very important tool in this lesson as it will help students have an early idea of the workings of the device. Videos are particularly critical in helping in knowledge retention. PowerPoints on the other hand is a good visual tool that can help improve the flow of knowledge during the lesson. It gives the leaners an opportunity to as for a recap of slides in cases where they have need clarification. The use of charts having the image of the device are important since they make it easy for students to make a follow up during the lesson.  Students will be asked to describe how they can use the wound Vac device in treating a type of wound of their choice. They will also be asked to outline the steps used while preparing a patient for application of a wound VAC device. Finally, they will be asked to read the following articles: Pournaras, D. J., Hardwick, R. H., Safranek, P. M., Sujendran, V., Bennett, J., Macaulay, G. D., & Hindmarsh, A. (2018). Endoluminal vacuum therapy (E-Vac): a treatment option in oesophagogastric surgery. World journal of surgery42(8), 2507-2511.  Since this is a new and interesting topic, evidence based practice will be important for providing this lecture. The instructor will have to use online material in researching for the topic in order to come up with both relevant and appropriate course material for delivering the lesson. In depth research will ensure that learners are provided with the latest knowledge about the topic Lecture notes will be used to accompany the slides made for the lesson. Use of visuals will also come in handy in ensuring that the content is easily grasped by the students. The instructor must have the video already loaded in a memory stick to make it easy at the time of the lesson. Scenarios and role plays should be developed by the instructor to make it easy for the learners to apply the knowledgeBefore the start of the course, students will be asked to give the various methods used in handling wounds. The discussion should entail the merits as well as demerits of such methods. This stage will act as a basis upon which the lesson is built. The feedback provided will serve as a guidance on the dimension that the lesson has to take. After the lesson, as a follow up plan, students will be required to comparatively give views on which method they find appropriate in handling wounds effectively i.e. between the conventional method as compared to the wound Vac device. The feedback or survey and the assignment can also be treated as an examination process since they make a contribution on what can be said to be an evaluation of knowledge. Lastly, it will also be important for them to undertake a written post lecture exam especially in regards to the practical aspect of using the device. The learners will be asked to experimentally undertake the use of the device on an existing wound. Other than the practical aspect, they will also be required to provide an essay on how the device can be used in a healthcare facility.
  Since this is a practical lesson, a practical demonstration using a real device will be undertaken. A model wound/ artificial wound will be created where students will be split into two and both of them given a wounded model to handle. This will however will be undertaken side by side with instructionsAs a way of getting views from leaners so that it makes it possible to draw possible areas that needs improvement, survey tools such as a questionnaire will be very effective. This can especially be done at the end of the lesson.Han, G., & Ceilley, R. (2017). Chronic wound healing: a review of current management and treatments. Advances in therapy34(3), 599-610. Mrozikiewicz-Rakowska, B., Bucior, E., Kania, J., Nowak, A., Chojnowski, M., & Krzymień, J. (2015). Modern alternative or first-line treatment: How to safely use negative pressure wound therapy in diabetic foot syndrome?. Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Journal2(1).  The instructor should also ensure that the slides developed have notes so that it makes it easy not to skip important information that could probably not fit in the main slides 
  Later, the students will be given a wounded person so that they apply the skills they have been given on how to handle the wound.Lastly, it is only after a a practical demonstration is done that it becomes easy to know the direction that the lesson has so far taken as well as what needs to be improved.   
  At the end of the lecture, a concept mapping as well as discussion activity will be carried out so that student’s comprehension is observed as well as be given a chance to ask questions. In the initially split groups, the students will exchange ideas on how they can use the device on wounds of certain illnesses.Allowing students to engage in debate/ discussion is meant to increase the confidence level as well as grasping of the practical aspect. This especially works well for learners who may not have grasped maximally during the lesson.   

Learning Resources/Materials (List the complete references here using correct APA format.)

Bjelovuk, B. P., Childress, C. L., Deutsch, K. Y., Gregory, W. W., Leigh, K. A., Muser, A. P., … & Roth, R. H. (2016). U.S. Patent Application No. 29/492,121.

Han, G., & Ceilley, R. (2017). Chronic wound healing: a review of current management and treatments. Advances in therapy34(3), 599-610.

Han, S. K. (2016). Negative-pressure wound therapy. In Innovations and advances in wound healing (pp. 183-200). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Mrozikiewicz-Rakowska, B., Bucior, E., Kania, J., Nowak, A., Chojnowski, M., & Krzymień, J. (2015). Modern alternative or first-line treatment: How to safely use negative pressure wound therapy in diabetic foot syndrome?. Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Journal2(1).

Pournaras, D. J., Hardwick, R. H., Safranek, P. M., Sujendran, V., Bennett, J., Macaulay, G. D., & Hindmarsh, A. (2018). Endoluminal vacuum therapy (E-Vac): a treatment option in oesophagogastric surgery. World journal of surgery42(8), 2507-2511.

Tanis, K. J., Zhang, J., Arrington, D. A., & Umstead, K. A. (2018). U.S. Patent Application No. 10/086,216.

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