wgu SXM1 — SXM1 TASK 2: ENTITY RELATIONSHIP DIAGRAM

Nursing informatic nurses must commonly read ERDs to determine the data contained in a table and to determine which data fields are in which table. Reading ERDs can also help determine dependencies between data fields. This information is crucial in understanding which table to add a data field into and which tables contain the data needed for a dashboard or report.

For this assessment, you will construct an ERD for a database management system (DBMS) using Microsoft Visio or an equivalent drawing tool. Your ERD will contain one parent table, one child table, and three lookup tables. After you have constructed your ERD, you will reflect on your experience in a written paper.

SCENARIO


You are a nurse informatics specialist at a regional health center in the Midwest where the emergency department (ED) has recently experienced an increased number of asthma-related symptom complaints from school-age children. An ED pediatric nurse practitioner noted a pattern in these complaints that indicated asthma symptoms were not being well managed. To address this community-wide issue, an interprofessional team of ED providers, community pediatricians, nurses, and health educators were called to brainstorm ideas.

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