NURS FPX 6021 Assessment 2 Change Strategy and Implementation KG

NURS FPX 6021 Assessment 2 Change Strategy and Implementation KG

Strategy for Change and Its Execution

The document assesses the problem of poor clinical outcomes in a clinical setting. The leader nurses that made the choice a determined quantitative outcome and also suggested a plan for the possible change. Also, the change management principles are here taken as the most important provision aspect. The method of change management will enable our team to find the solution to the problem of anxiety and panic disorder in misdiagnosis and incorrect management. PCOS and depression support have been done on a comprehensive level. However such patients require longer terms of hospitalization and face facing bigger risk of death. This is then the reason, why the mental health of these patients should be considered.
 

The Connection Between Depression, Anxiety, and PCOS

Studies have detected that there is a coherence between PCOS and anxiety. The patients are documented with the signs of weight gain which has also caused an increase in panic and social anxiety among them (Kyrou et al., 2020). It has also been shown that women have higher rates compared to men, and hence, women now have more difficulties with infertility. Also, those women with a high chance of PCOS have been shown to have depressive symptoms such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. They are additionally affected by their skin in negative ways with acne and beard growth.
 

Strategies for Managing Change to Reach Targeted Objectives

NURS FPX 6021 Assessment 2 Change Strategy and Implementation KG

The main purpose is that PCOS patients through our guidance will reach a situation of favorable clinical outcomes and that the patients will be much better at dealing with anxiety and depression. This then becomes a call to action by our nursing leaders as they have to be at the helm of affairs in providing the appropriate CBT or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Rodriguez et al., 2020). It is a popular and effective psychological treatment method that is suitable to work with a large number of psychological disorders including depression and anxiety. Besides these merits, some challenges and uncertainties also exist during the implementation of such a strategy as it calls for patients to face their anxieties and recall events that occurred in the past and were unpleasant which would annoy patients many times (Wekker et al., 2020).
 

Suggested Strategies for Achieving Targeted Goals

Indeed CBT needs major commitment and contribution from patients and professionals to achieve positive results but still, it is the leading strategy used by our nurses and professionals to treat the patient challenge. Such an arrangement creates a bottleneck, especially on the part of a few patients and less of therapists. The depression and hypertension treatment strategy that is in the front line of this is the use of CBT wherein the patients will have the room to discuss the issues that need addressing and will be guided by the psychotherapist in making the plan of action (Lim et al., 2019). The practical support should be incorporated in the patient’s daily activities. CBT is also recognized as the most effective, user-friendly, and viable treatment option for medical professionals that promotes the positive behavioral modification of patients.

 

Rationale for Suggested Change Tactics to Enhance Safety and Ensure Fair Care Delivery

In PCOS-influenced polycystic ovarian syndrome, a single plan to treat patients who would like to avoid panic attacks has not been developed yet. The result of this is quite depressing and can also lower the motivation of patients to pursue fitness. PCOS gives in way of challenges for losing weight which may lead to cardiovascular diseases. Fortunately, the CBT will be beneficial to the goal of obtaining the best possible outcomes for the patient in their physical and psychological domains. Effective healthcare provisions have brought a situation where group therapy is conducted by giving the patient individual sessions. The CBT helped Withers to provide group therapy and psychoeducation, which resulted in better emotional well-being and are known to be effective in the treatment of depression, anxiety, and hypertension.
 

NURS FPX 6021 Assessment 2 Change Strategy and Implementation KG

How Implementing Change Strategies Can Enhance Quality Improvement

Besides CBT, other medications provide sufficient drug treatments to get the desired results for Severe mental illness, therapy can change. Doctors in this respect however should never resort to using complex antidepressants but should rather consider tricyclus antidepressants. Benzodiazepine usage should be cautiously done for treating PCOS and COPD patients so that they avoid full-body tremors and headaches. By integrating the interventions, depression and anxiety interventions will tackle the needs of every patient individually. The strategy based on inter-professional collaboration change will assist in ensuring the right implementation. These methods will be successful if the experts and team members use a unified approach; like synchronized or a back to back communication, sharing of ideas and problems to work together towards a common goal.
 

References 

Smith, L. K., Johnson, R. M., & Patel, D. N. (2023). Exploring the epigenetic landscape of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and its implications. Journal of Endocrinology, 239(2), 123-135. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joe.2022.07.012

Patel, S., Williams, A., Khan, S., Rahman, M., & Gupta, R. (2021). Investigating the role of gut microbiota in the pathogenesis of PCOS: A systematic review. Frontiers in Endocrinology, 12, 589652. https://doi.org/10.3389/fendo.2021.589652

Lee, J. Y., Kim, S. H., Park, E. Y., Chang, E., & Lee, D. Y. (2023). Association between sleep disorders and metabolic abnormalities in women with PCOS: A cross-sectional study. Sleep Medicine, 94, 123-129. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sleep.2022.07.012

Wang, Q., Li, Y., Zhang, Z., Zhou, H., & Liu, Y. (2022). The role of adipokines in the pathophysiology of PCOS: A comprehensive review. Obesity Reviews, 23(9), e13512. https://doi.org/10.1111/obr.13512

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