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EMPHYSEMA OET SPEAKING ROLE PLAY SCRIPT

Patient

Your preparation time is over. You can now start your own speaking role play. Don’t worry if I stop you when the time is up.

Hello Good morning Patricia. I am your attending nurse Narso Andrew here.

Patient

Good morning andrew.

Patricia I am glad to inform you that you are ready for discharge now. And I am here to explain the discharge process to you. How you are feeling about this?

Patient

That’s good to hear. I am feeling so much better now and I can’t wait to get back home.

That’s great, Well Patricia, I will explain the further procedures in the discharge process first.

Patient

Okay nurse. You may Please.

Initially, there will be a final check by the medical team to ensure your health status and to record them based on their observation. Your discharge letter will be prepared by the doctor.

Patient

Okay andrew.

Moreover, your post-discharge medications will be supplied from the pharmacy. By the way, may I know your understanding of the medications.

Patient

Actually Nurse, I know what medication I need to take and when to take them. I have no doubts about it but I am worried about being able to remember to take it at the right time.

Your concern is understandable. In order to get a proper cure it is important to take medication at the right time all day without any failure. It’s okay, don’t worry. I can help you with some suggestions so that you will find it easier to remember to take the medication at the right time.

Patient

That will be of great help Nurse.

Let’s discuss some of the strategies for managing medication. First suggestion is the use of a tablet organizer. A tablet organizer has different compartments where medicines can be arranged. Use these individual slots to store medicines for morning, afternoon, evening and night for a month. Therefore, you will not miss any medications.

Patient

That’s cool. I will use a tablet organizer Nurse.

Good to hear that. Secondly, you can set a reminder on your phone so that the alarm will be raised at the set time thereby reminding you to take the medications correctly.

Patient

Yes, that is correct.

Patricia You can also avail the support of your family members who can help you in medication compliance. These are my recommendations that you can make into practice for assisting medication compliance. How does that sound?

Patient

Yes Nurse These suggestions are very practical and definitely I will try them.

Thank you for accepting my suggestions.

Patient

Well nurse. I have one  doubt.

Sure you may please ask.

Patient

Well, my doubt is that after the discharge if I come across any pain, is it okay to take any pain relief medications like paracetamol as well as the medications provided by the hospital?

I appreciate your consciousness patricia. Perhaps I am sorry to say that I am not the authorized person to provide such information. Kindly speak to the doctor on duty about pain relief medications.

Patient

It’s okay Nurse. I will talk to the doctor.

Thank you for your understanding Patricia. Besides that I wish to provide some post-discharge management of your condition.

Patient

Okay nurse.

Make sure to contact the hospital if your symptoms get worse. Alongside checkups with GP is also highly recommended.

Patient

All right Nurse. I will do that.

Okay. And do you have any other concerns patricia?

Patient

Yes nurse, Actually I am worried because the next time when I go to see my GP she won’t know what treatment I have had here in the hospital. So how can I explain it to her?

Your concern is quite understandable. Nevertheless, try not to worry about the communication of medical information. All your medical documents regarding hospitalization treatments provided and the details of medication will be transferred from the hospital to your GP. So the next time you visit your GP she will have all the necessary information about you.

Patient

That’s perfect and very convenient nurse.

Yes exactly, Now Patricia, do I need to answer any other questions?

Patient

No Nurse. I don’t have any other questions and I hope I will be going home soon.

Definitely, You will be able to go home soon Patricia. I hope I have cleared all your concerns. Thank you for listening to me. I wish you a speedy recovery.

Patient

Thank you. That is the end of your only speaking role. Play all the very best.

Thank you.

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