State how each of the above nursing interventions can be enhanced to be more patient-centered.
Susan is a 65-year-old school nurse who has recently retired from an elementary school. She is beginning to feel rather lonely now that she is no longer working. She is a widow with adult children living out of the area. Her children have suggested that she may want to move to their city and be closer to her grandchildren. She has been avoiding these discussions with her family and tells them all is fine. Moving seems like a major upheaval to her. Although she has been in fair health physically, at her last visit to the health care provider, she had lost 10 pounds and is just below her desired weight.
Nursing Concern and Nursing Interventions:
Nursing Concern: Imbalance Nutrition: less than body requirements, related to loneliness, un-happiness and life-changing circumstances
1. Monitor Susan’s food intake daily.
2. Monitor Susan’s weight daily.
3. Encourage Susan to consume high-calorie foods for patients in her range.
4. Allow Susan to assist in choosing her meals.
In 100 words or more and based on the above scneario and the above nursing concern and nursing interventions, please do the following (providing support for your answers):
A. Identify and state any concerns associated with the proposed nursing interventions.
B. State how each of the above nursing interventions can be enhanced to be more patient-centered.
C. Provide at least 3 additional nursing interventions for this patient.