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Osteoarthritis in Old Age

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One-Sided A4 Size Poster. 3

Introduction: 4

The rationale for health risk: 4

The rationale for the audience: 4

The rationale for Poster Content: 4

The rationale for aesthetic features: 5

Implications of Nursing on Osteoarthritis Patients: 5

Conclusion: 5

References: 6

 

Introduction:

            A common technique of disseminating clinical understanding is to present data in poster format. This written justification is intended to justify the use of the poster mentioned above. Around 7 million people are under the influence of Osteoarthritis (OA) that makes 29% of the total population (AIHW, 2019). The poster highlights the alarming issue of Osteoarthritis OA in Australia. Osteoarthritis is a constant and dynamic condition that generally impacts the hands, spine and joints, for example, hips, knees and lower legs. It is the most well-known type of joint inflammation and the prevalent condition, prompting knee and hip substitution medical procedures in Australia.

The rationale for health risk:

            Aging is a perplexing procedure of collection of sub-atomic, cell, and organ harm, prompting the loss of capacity and expanded helplessness to sickness and death. Individuals over the age of 65 years are estimated to be 3.8 million in the Australian population as of 2017 (AIHW, 2018a). Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most well-known joint sickness, but at the same time is one of the real reasons for incapacity in individuals that are of age more than 65 years and is joined by enhanced mortality and diminished personal satisfaction. Osteoarthritis (OA) is one of the advanced countries ' most disabling illnesses. According to global estimates, 9.6% of males and 18.0% of females > 60 years of age have symptomatic (painful) OA. Individuals with OA (identified symptomatically as well as radio graphically) on the knee or hip indicate an excess of 55 percent in mortality from all causes. Diabetes (95% higher), malignancy (128% higher), cardiovascular sickness (38% higher), and the nearness of walking incapacity (48% higher) are autonomously connected with the overabundance altogether cause mortality (AIHW, 2018). Moreover, cardiovascular causes are higher in patients with walking incapacity due to OA (72% higher) (Ackerman, 2018).

The rationale for the audience:

            Osteoarthritis is Australia's most prevalent type of arthritis. There is no particular cause for osteoarthritis, but several variables add to the start and advancement. OA is ranked second as the main disease in Australia, associated with back pain and problems. In the Australian population, 3 out of 4 individuals above 45 years of age are suffering from OA with another chronic disease (Hunter et al. 2019). It is reported that 9 out of 10 men are suffering from OA, whereas the ratio is less for women. 1 out of 11 has reported OA in the year 2017-18 in Australia (ABS, 2019). 1 out of 5 individuals above 75 years of age have reported OA in the year 2017-18 in Australia (Valdes 2018). OA patients report with a reduced capacity to play out the essential exercises of everyday living, for example, climbing stairs or transforming from a sitting to standing position. The primary indication of OA is joint torment exacerbated by exercise and eased by rest. Indications of OA incorporate a diminished scope of joint development, joint swelling/sinusitis, delicacy, hard swelling, and distortion of bones.

The rationale for Poster Content:

            To encourage efficient knowledge transfer, academic posters depend highly on visual attractiveness and direct author connection. The presentation by a poster needs higher flexibility in its design. Traditionally, oral and poster presentations have facilitated the dissemination of fresh study information or knowledge transfer. Poster presentations provide the subject of concern to the viewer with a glimpse. Presentations of posters may be standing alone or accompanied by a presenter's brief presentation. The poster presentations also help in increasing a degree of attentive learning by involving the public in reading, synthesizing and analyzing the data presented. Posters have long been acknowledged as an efficient means of disseminating data, especially as regards evidence-based practice. This principle was introduced by the material and design of the poster described above and was intended to express the message in a manner that drew the viewer through the evaluation of different aspects of OA. Posters also provide a very concise summary of a subject, ensuring that presenters only transmit data when it is absolutely essential. Posters can be elaborated or simple. The poster title defines the expected audience quickly and gives a snapshot of what the poster's take-home message is. Presentations through posters efficiently convey to the reader what they will achieve by reading this poster by attracting the expected audience in the title.

The rationale for aesthetic features:

            The Poster strategy enables us in a concise, coherent manner to disseminate a lot of data (Gemayel, 2018).  The poster presentations were also cost-effective because we were able to use them as part of orientation for fresh nurses. Also, the references in various environments include the person in facilities, unit conferences on particular instances, annual competency-based review days. A popular visual apparatus for information effort by a broad spectrum of health practitioners is currently offered by poster presentations (Arslan et al. 2014). Poster appearances might assist attracts more attention from the viewer. Coherence, appearance and visual of publications are key factors starting here of view (Berg and Hicks 2017). Visual attraction is the main attribute of a successful poster being created (Zarnetske and Zarnetske, 2015). Proficient notice configuration needs to take an intuitive system dependent on visual intrigue as opposed to overpowering the group of spectators with enormous amounts of composed material.

Implications of Nursing on Osteoarthritis Patients:

            Education and awareness are important factors in mitigating Osteoarthritis in the elderly. Nurses play an important role in educating and spreading information about diseases as well as prevention. The social support provided by Nurses is crucial for the overall wellbeing of the patient. 

Conclusion:

            There is an adequate justification that made the content exhibited throughout the poster generated logical awareness. The healthcare risk recognized - OA in Australia's elderly was widely studied. The importance of the poster's content and aesthetic characteristics was discussed throughout. For years, posters have been used for data sharing. Historically, for disseminating study results, posters have been used. Overall, this rationale endorsed the poster and showed the vitality of efficient knowledge transfer in understanding and mitigating OA in old age.

References:

  • ABS (2019). Microdata: National Health Survey, 2017–18, detailed microdata,      DataLab. ABS cat. no. 4324.0.55.001. Canberra: ABS. Findings based on           AIHW analysis of ABS microdata.
  • Ackerman, I. N., Pratt, C., Gorelik, A., & Liew, D. (2018). Projected Burden of        Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis in Australia: A Population‐Level Analysis. Arthritis care & research, vol 70(6), pp.877-883.
  • Arslan, D., Koca, T., Tastekin, D., Basaran, H., and Bozcuk, H. (2014). Impact of poster presentations on academic knowledge transfer from the oncologist perspective in Turkey, vol 15(18), pp. 7707-11.
  • Australian Institute of Health and Welfare [AIHW]. (2018a). Older Australia at a     glance. Retrieved from https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports/older-people/older-       australia-at-a-glance/contents/demographics-of-older-australians
  • Australian Institute of Health and Welfare [AIHW]. (2019). Retrieved from             https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports/chronic-musculoskeletal-            conditions/osteoarthritis/contents/what-is-osteoarthritis
  • Berg, J., & Hicks, R. (2017). Successful design and delivery of a professional poster.      Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, vol 29(20), pp.       461-469. DOI:10.1002/2327-6924.12478
  • Gemayel, R. (2018). How to design an outstanding poster. The FEBS Journal, vol           285, pp.1180-1184. DOI:10.1111/febs.14420
  • Hunter, D. J., Nicolson, P. J., Little, C. B., Robbins, S. R., Wang, X., & Bennell, K. L.       (2019). Developing strategic priorities in osteoarthritis research: Proceedings          and recommendations arising from the 2017 Australian Osteoarthritis Summit.           BMC musculoskeletal disorders, vol 20(1), pp.74.
  • Valdes, A. M. and Stocks, J. (2018). OSTEOARTHRITIS AND AGEING. European          Medical Journal, vol 3(1), pp.116-123.
  • Zarnetske, J. P., & Zarnetske, P. L. (2015). Strategies for creating a conspicuous,           effective, and memorable poster presentation. GSA Today, vol 25(5), pp.66-   68.

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