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NURS FPX 4900 Assessment 5 Intervention Presentation and Capstone Video Reflection

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Capella University

NURS-FPX 4900 Capstone project for Nursing

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Intervention Presentation and Capstone Video Reflection

Greetings, everyone. I am Jag, a registered nurse. Today, I will discuss my proposed intervention for Daniel. Daniel is an adult experiencing the prevalent health issue of tobacco addiction. Over 37 million American adults currently smoke cigarettes, 17% of all adults in the country either every day or occasionally throughout a typical week (Mark et al., 2021). To address this global concern, I suggest utilizing telehealth for educational sessions.

Through video conferencing, the medical team can actively monitor Daniel’s progress. Attending educational and therapy sessions gives patients insights into the effectiveness of withdrawal and depression management strategies. In my reflection, I will also explore the personal and professional skills added to this capstone project, underlining its relevance to tackling tobacco addiction.

Contribution of the Intervention to Patient Satisfaction and Quality of Life

The assessment of the intervention’s impact on Daniel’s satisfaction and quality of life is conducted impartially and justly. Daniel expressed appreciation for the educational sessions delivered through telehealth. He took satisfaction with the informative sessions addressing a comprehensive approach to managing tobacco addiction (Ruiter et al., 2022). These sessions have inspired Daniel to engage in a regular understanding of addiction triggers, whether stress-related or habitual. Daniel mentioned that the information presented in these sessions was open, making it easy to understand and incorporate into his daily routines.

The positive feedback from Daniel implies that the sessions effectively increased his understanding of addiction withdrawal and stress management strategies (Ruiter et al., 2022).Furthermore, Daniel also noted that integrating telehealth platforms has facilitated convenient access to consultations and timely treatment, fostering a sense of control and autonomy. Telehealth provides financial relief for patients, as remote consultations alleviate the need for in-person visits, addressing financial constraints (Caponnetto et al., 2023).

NURS FPX 4900 Assessment 5 Intervention Presentation and Capstone Video Reflection

The constant monitoring and adjustments to treatment strategies through virtual sessions contribute to a dynamic and responsive intervention approach that satisfies Daniel. He expressed the convenience of staying connected with healthcare providers through video conferencing, eliminating the necessity for regular physical visits (Mirecka et al., 2021). Beyond satisfaction, the intervention has demonstrated a tangible improvement in the overall quality of life of addicted patients with the help of timely treatment, counseling, and anxiety management (Mirecka et al., 2021). 

The intervention’s multifaceted approach addresses not only the physiological aspects of addiction but also the psychological and social dimensions, creating a comprehensive impact on patients’ lives (Dong et al., 2020). Regarding the impact on his quality of life, Daniel reported that adhering to the recommended lifestyle adjustments reduced depression and increased social circle. He also shared feelings of enhanced self-assurance and motivation to manage his tobacco addiction. The positive feedback from Daniel underscores the intervention’s role in elevating his satisfaction and overall quality of life, aligning with findings that highlight the positive influence of such interventions on well-being (Dong et al., 2020).

Evidence to Plan and Implement Capstone Project

The capstone project was accurately done with a strong emphasis on evidence-based practice, ensuring its groundwork was laid on credible, peer-reviewed literature relevant to tobacco addiction. At the strategy’s initiation, broad literature reviews on tobacco addiction management were conducted to identify effective health improvement strategies for patients (Edinoff et al., 2022). Throughout the planning phase, the healthcare team thoroughly examined peer-reviewed papers, clinical recommendations, and scholarly articles to identify evidence-backed approaches for tobacco addiction management. This literature review was pivotal in determining the proposed intervention plan (Byaruhanga et al., 2020).

The plan adhered to evidence-based principles during implementation. The design of educational sessions and the implementation of follow-up procedures were all informed by understanding from peer-reviewed research studies (Margañón et al., 2023). Aligned with scholarly literature, the team encouraged managing social isolation and stress-coping strategies for tobacco addiction. It also involved enhancing the effectiveness of nicotine replacement therapies and the integration of telehealth for healthcare delivery in addressing tobacco addiction (Margañón et al., 2023).

The project’s psychological, behavioral, and lifestyle assessment and monitoring methods were intentionally aligned with evidence-based practice principles. Daniel’s satisfaction with the intervention was also evaluated using evidence-based practices. The systematic feedback collection on the intervention plan followed evidence-based methodologies, ensuring that the project’s execution remained based on recognized techniques with demonstrated efficacy in tobacco addiction scenarios (Lazaro et al., 2021).

Technology to Improve Health Outcomes

Daniel’s utilization of telehealth and mHealth in the capstone project is a notable success in enhancing outcomes and communication of tobacco addiction management. Telehealth emerged as a crucial tool, facilitating educational sessions, counseling, and follow-ups for Daniel, overcoming geographical barriers, and ensuring accessibility to healthcare resources. The project’s objectives addressed awareness about the cancer risks of tobacco addiction and educating Daniel on fundamental aspects of stress and isolation management (Sugarman et al., 2021).

Telehealth played a pivotal role in improving Daniel’s access to healthcare, enabling remote consultations and follow-up appointments (Sweeney et al., 2022). The ease offered by virtual sessions eliminated the need for frequent in-person visits, overcoming geographical constraints and minimizing disruptions to Daniel’s daily life. Telehealth technology through video conferencing enabled healthcare providers to assess Daniel’s progress, address his inquiries, and adjust treatment plans based on real-time data. This approach improved communication and empowered Daniel to participate actively in his healthcare journey (Sweeney et al., 2022). 

NURS FPX 4900 Assessment 5 Intervention Presentation and Capstone Video Reflection

Through educational workshops and online resources, Daniel gained valuable insights into self-management, leading to informed choices about lifestyle modifications such as a healthy diet and physical activity. Efficient follow-up appointments facilitated by telehealth increased Daniel’s adherence to the intervention (Corredor et al., 2023). Furthermore, Daniels’s online physical activity tracking apps demonstrated the potential for patient-generated data to inform tailored healthcare interventions. By sharing exercise routine details, Daniel enabled healthcare professionals to design updated and personalized exercise regimes, contributing to improved health outcomes (Corredor et al., 2023). 

There are promising opportunities for further improvement in telehealth and mHealth utilization. Enhancements in user interfaces, increased personalization of interventions, and integration of artificial intelligence for tailored feedback could elevate the user experience (Spears et al., 2022). Additionally, addressing potential technological barriers and ensuring equitable access for all patients, regardless of technology proficiency, will be crucial for widespread success (Shoenbill et al., 2022).

Health Policies Influence Planning and Implementation of Project

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Medicaid have played pivotal roles in shaping the planning and implementation of Daniel’s addiction treatment plan. The ACA, with its emphasis on preventive services and coverage for mental health and substance use disorders, provided a foundational basis for Daniel’s addiction treatment plan (Glied et al., 2020). The inclusion of addiction treatment services as essential health benefits under ACA facilitated the incorporation of evidence-based practices in Daniel’s intervention, ensuring that his treatment plan aligned with national standards for effective addiction management.

Moreover, ACA’s focus on care coordination and integration supported a comprehensive approach to Daniel’s care, promoting collaboration among various healthcare providers involved in his treatment (Glied et al., 2020).Medicaid, a joint federal and state program, significantly influenced the accessibility of addiction treatment services for Daniel. By expanding Medicaid eligibility, more individuals gained coverage for substance abuse treatment, reducing financial barriers and ensuring that Daniel had access to the necessary resources for his treatment plan (Aris et al., 2020).

Regarding HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) compliance, the project emphasized the secure and confidential handling of Daniel’s health information. Telehealth and mHealth applications incorporated privacy measures, ensuring that Daniel’s sensitive health data remained protected under HIPAA regulations. HIPAA commands strict patient data protection. Nurses disregarding it face legal penalties. In Daniel’s tobacco addiction treatment, nurses play a vital role in developing a policy to safeguard patient privacy, ensure compliance with HIPAA, and foster trust (Bhambhvani et al., 2021).

Nurse’s Role in Policy Implementation and Development

The baccalaureate-prepared nurse’s role in policy implementation and development was fundamental in translating legislative frameworks into effective patient-centered care. The nurse’s involvement in the plan contributed to a complete understanding of the connection between policy, practice, and patient outcomes, highlighting the critical role nurses play in shaping and implementing healthcare policies for Daniel (Bartz, 2020). In policy development, the nurse supporters’ strategies leverage telehealth to enhance accessibility and effectiveness in tobacco addiction management.

This includes pushing for reimbursement policies that support telehealth services and collaborating with stakeholders to shape guidelines for the ethical use of technology in patient care (Howland et al., 2020). In Daniel’s treatment, the nurse ensures that telehealth applications comply with regulatory standards such as HIPAA, safeguarding the confidentiality of patient information. Additionally, the nurse educates the healthcare team and patients on the benefits of telehealth, fostering acceptance and adherence to evolving care models (Rutledge & Gustin, 2021).

Capstone Project Outcomes Matched with Initial Predictions

This capstone project is designed to address the health concerns related to tobacco addiction in Daniel. The educational sessions have successfully enhanced Daniel’s motivation and professional performance, aligning closely with the initial project objectives. The primary aim of this intervention is to assist Daniel in overcoming tobacco addiction, ultimately promoting better health. Daniel has expressed positive feedback, indicating that the intervention has effectively motivated him to undertake proactive measures towards a tobacco-free life (Reschke et al., 2022).

These include increased motivation to quit smoking, behavioral and lifestyle modifications, a better understanding of managing tobacco addiction, and a notable boost in energy levels. The anticipated improvements in Daniel’s physical and mental well-being are expected to positively impact his professional responsibilities by reducing limitations associated with tobacco addiction (Palmer et al., 2022). This alignment of the project’s goals with the realized outcomes underscores how the intervention effectively addressed Daniel’s tobacco addiction, enhancing his quality of life (Halldorsdottir et al., 2020).

Generalizability and Best-Practice Potential

The effectiveness of the intervention in addressing tobacco addiction and improving Daniel’s health offers valuable insights into its potential applicability and optimal implementation strategies. While the primary focus was on tobacco addiction, the concepts and techniques employed, such as remote monitoring and telehealth-based instructional sessions, also hold promise for managing other health disorders like lung and cervix cancers (Smith et al., 2020). Enhancing knowledge and fostering patient engagement through telehealth aligns with established principles for effectively managing chronic illnesses.

This intervention utilizes technology to deliver personalized education and facilitate convenient follow-up, presenting a best-practice model applicable to chronic conditions (Oesterle et al., 2020). The project’s success with Daniel suggests a broader utility beyond tobacco addiction, emphasizing the versatility and effectiveness of the intervention in addressing various chronic health conditions through innovative technological applications (Oesterle et al., 2020).

Practicum Hours Spent with Patient

After one month of implementing the intervention, I dedicated three practicum hours to Daniel to assess his perspective on the proposed intervention. During this session, I also communicated to Daniel the importance of promptly reaching out to the healthcare team if he experiences any health complications in the future. Throughout the entirety of the capstone project, I invested a total of nine practicum hours working closely with Daniel.

Personal and Professional Growth

The capstone plan and the RN-to-BSN program have eased extensive personal and career development in my nursing career. A considerable evolution in clinical competence and scholarly development has marked this journey. I established a solid foundation in evidence-based practice and applied this knowledge effectively in designing and implementing Daniel’s tailored intervention on stress and isolation management. As the intervention progressed, I presented an increased ability to utilize telehealth and mHealth technologies, showcasing adaptability to evolving healthcare landscapes. Regarding scholarly growth, I engaged carefully with academic resources, incorporating the latest literature in tobacco addiction management into the intervention. My ability to critically evaluate outcomes, reflected in Daniel’s positive progress and feedback, underscores comprehensive growth in both clinical and scholarly domains, affirming my keenness for advanced practice and leadership roles in healthcare.


In conclusion, the capstone project’s success in addressing Daniel’s tobacco addiction through telehealth interventions reflects the potential for broader application in chronic disease management. The nurse’s personal and professional growth exemplifies adaptability and competence in evolving healthcare paradigms.


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