Once you have selected your concept, you will identify a patient case to which you can apply your chosen concept. You may use a current patient, such as from an on-ground DFC, or a patient situation from a previous encounter. If you do not have access to a current/live patient experience that can be utilized for this assignment, you may access a simulated patient experience from a previous VCBC. The patient you choose might have multiple co-morbidities. Build your concept map around the concept you chose; this might not necessarily be the patient’s priority concern. For example, you chose the concept of ‘Infection’ from your ‘Weak Performance Areas’ on the HESI Dashboard. Your patient might have co-morbidities related to Perfusion and Gas Exchange which will most often be a higher priority than ‘Infection’. However, to increase your knowledge about ‘Infection’, complete you map according to cues (signs and symptoms) and appropriate interventions related to ‘Infection’. Your Concepts for Nursing Practice eBook can serve as a resource for information regarding interrelated concepts.You now have your concept and your patient. Familiarize yourself with the rubric and the assignment requirements; then you are ready to begin.Gather the patient data and organize the information on the nursing process template of the Concept Map Worksheet. The nursing process template (located on page 1 of the assignment) will help you complete the concept map assignment located on page 2.After completing the nursing process template, utilize this information to help you build the concept map assignment. The arrows in the map show you the order in which the map is intended to be completed. All boxes should be completed related to the concept you chose.Give credit to your references. You do not need a separate ‘Reference Page’, but APA-style references should be identified at the bottom of the assignment.