CASE 1    |    Sierra Burnes

CASE 2    |    Shirley Carter

CASE 3    |    Bradley Leonard (Butch) Sampson

CASE 4    |    Henry and Ertha Williams

CASE 5    |    Sherman (Red) Yoder

CASE 6    |    Charles Robert (Chip) Jones


CASE 8    |   Mrs. Millie Larsen

CASE 9    |    Ms. Julia Morales

CASE 10    |    Miss Patricia Verloren

CASE 11    |    Abel 

CASE 12    |    Heddy

CASE 13    |    NAME

CASE 14    |    NAME

CASE 15    |    NAME

CASE 16    |    NAME

CASE 17    |    NAME

Facilitator Guide

Please see Break-out group questions.  Questions posted there may also belong in this guide as well. 


Each group will nominate one student to act as speaker and report out the larger group after meeting in small groups.  


If the group is quiet: helpful questions to help probe them. You do not have to cover all of these questions.  


Interprofessional/collaborative care questions 

  1. What is the role of the_____?  

  2. Are there any other providers you would consult?  

  3. In what ways would an interdisciplinary approach to care benefit Ms. Carter? 

  4. What do you think gets in the way of or are barriers to communicating with other professions?  


Clinical questions 

  1. Where do you think the stroke has occurred? 

  2. Other than the confirmed medical diagnosis of CVA, what are some of the additional concerns/presentations that will or may have the potential to impact function? 

  3. Are there any additional things could be ordered? (consults, diagnostics, equipment, labs, collateral interviews)   

  4. Was the similarly reported presentation that occurred a few weeks before the event relevant to her current presentation? Why or why not? 

  5. What is Ms. Carter’s prognosis?   

  6. What do we need to know to formulate goals of care or treatment plan?   

  7. What do you anticipate Ms. Carter’s discharge plans to be? 

  8. Given Ms. Carter’s presentation in the context of quality of life concerns, what are your recommendations? What are the potential needs?  

  9. How should Ms. Carter’s care be managed in the outpatient setting?   



Population health/psychosocial questions 

  1. Considering the area in which you live, what community resources could you refer the patient to?  

  2. What social and behavioral issues contributed/will contribute to this patient’s experience with stroke?  

  3. What are the physiological dimensions that will contribute to: this patient’s recovery? What are the physiological dimensions and related behaviors that led to the stroke?  

  4. Why is this health issue (stroke) important for the entire community?   

  5. What social and behavioral issues contributed/will contribute to this patient’s recovery path?  

  6. Thinking about the larger community and its health: What is the root of the social/behavioral issue of risky behaviors in the population?   

  7. What data could be collected from this patient and others encountering stroke that could support individual prevention and community prevention efforts?    

  8. Why is the population of Lexington, Kentucky a priority for any stroke preventive measures?