(PDF) An Integrated Patient Journey Mapping Tool

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Running head: NURSINGPatient journey mappingName of the student:Name of the university:Author Note:
2NURSINGPatient journey mapping templateIntroductionThe patient journey mapping is a type of a framework which is developed to analyse the model of health of aboriginal patients. Thisframework is to identify the factors which affect all the needs of the aboriginal patients from Torres Strait Island. It is the interaction of thefactors which a country person is experiencing during the illness with the City Hospital in an aboriginal country.ContentNarrativeA middle-aged man from Aborigine and Torres-strait Island is an employee in a local organization on a low pay, having 2 ceaselessconditions which requires progressing care. That man was attended by the neighbourhood General Physician to see an expert in the city ofAdelaide for his increasing back pain. The time when he went to the Adelaide hospital (an excruciating five-hour travel every way), the doctor towhom he was referred prompted that he required an alternate doctor and refused for his check up. Following a couple of months he came back toAdelaide and, the second specialist recommended he have an X-ray (attractive reverberation imaging) examine (another trip) at that point returnfor a moment conference (another outing). On each event the man and his accomplice flew out to Adelaide and return on the same day. Theydidn't remain overnight in light of the fact that they had no family nearby, couldn't stand to pay for convenience and couldn't manage the cost of
3NURSINGsomething beyond than one day away from work. The patient arranged mid-evening arrangements to enable time to drive to Adelaide and backaround the same time.Despite the fact that accounts were tight, at one phase this patient chose to utilize the private wellbeing framework keeping in mind theend goal to get human services and help from the pain more rapidly. He had an operation also, was returned home. After a month he returned viaauto for a subsequent MRI scan and pro visit. The expert verified that he required a second time operation, for which the patient had returned. Asubsequent MRI demonstrated issues that required additionally audit. The patient depicted the 'truly terrible' agony he encountered on theserehashed trips. The specialist gave him content for torment help prescription and instructed him to take it as required.The man did not understand he could progress toward becoming dependent on this prescription and saw the nearby GP for rehashsolutions as the outings and agony proceeded. The nearby GP did not have a considerable measure of time to spend on every counsel (there wasa GP deficiency in his district; the patient stated, 'you simply go in and out, not a ton of looking up') and these remedies proceeded for a fewmonths. The man felt that the authority specialists did not clarify or talk about his condition, treatment or drugs unmistakably and he found thevisits to experts threatening. Amid admission to the private healing centre he turned out to be forlorn. Staff given physical care instantly after theoperation, yet diminished their cooperation once the quiet was more portable. There were no AHLOs or, on the other hand Aboriginal staff in theprivate framework. A family part remained with a cousin in the northern rural areas and went by amid the day. The rehashed treks to Adelaidewere time consuming and, filled with pain. The extra endless condition required costly prescriptions. The persistent turned out to be
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