Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease



Team member  A

Team member B

Team Member C

Team Member D


  • Therapeutic skills
  • Leadership
  • Coordinating team task
  • Effectively documenting task on regular basis
  • Active listening skills
  • Problem solving skills


  • Effective monitoring skills
  • Evidence-based Research


Introduction/complete two nursing diagnosis and appropriate nursing intervention

Conclusion/two complete nursing diagnosis with appropriate nursing intervention.

Referencing/two complete nursing diagnosis

 Two complete nursing diagnosis



Group member meet face-to-face at 12:00 pm to discuss the project and agreed to do nursing diagnosis.



Group discuss care plan and priorities the task and information shared through mail.



Group discuss nursing diagnosis and appropriate nursing intervention related to it.



Group approve the task allocated.  Group begin the project formatting.

Team function

  • Team communicated through both face to face meeting and by utilizing technology such as online conference calls to monitor patient condition, make effective decision to deliver quality care, and seek feedback to ensure quality care is been delivered
  • Working in compliance to initial project plan prioritising the task, working in compliance to organization policy and procedure, and ensuring everyone in group work as per their strength, recognise their weakness and seek feedback from other to work effectively.  Monitoring plan continuously to make sure that we are on track and quality care is been delivered as per plan.
  • Effective communication skills, active listening skills and understanding other perspective help in coordinating various role, as the key responsibility for everyone involves is to ensure patient safety and wellbeing, thus, communicating the mutual goals and working together to attain the goals will be effective in meeting patient need. Team is aware that in order to solve conflict it is vital to recognise conflict early, understanding other perspective, demonstrating active listening skills, remaining calm and reminding people about ultimate objective to ensure patient safety and wellbeing can be supportive in resolving conflict.

Nursing diagnosis 

Team member A

Team member B

Team member C

Team member D


  1. Activity intolerance to persistent cough and crackles as evidenced by use of accessory muscle  
  1. Ineffective airway clearance related to excessive mucus and retained secretion as evidenced by ineffective cough by production of mucus sputum
  1. Ineffective breathing pattern related to hypoxia as evidenced by shortness of breath tachypnea and decrease spo2 Level
  1. Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirement related to decrease intake because of dyspnea, as evidence by reported inadequate food intake and lack of interest in food


2) activity intolerance related to exertional dyspnea, coughing and expectoration as evidence by disease process

2) imbalance nutrition, less than body requirement related to insufficient dietary intake as evidenced by reported loss of appetite and imbalanced food intake  

2) disturbed sleep pattern related to hypercapnia as evidence by insomnia

2) risk for infection related to respiratory secretion as evidence by thick mucus sputum


Currie, G. P. (Ed.). (2017). ABC of COPD. John Wiley & Sons.


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