OET writing sample for Nurses pdf 2021

oet writing sample for nurses pdf

oet writing sample for nurses pdf 2021

oet writing sample for nurses pdf
oet writing sample for nurses pdf

In this article, OET2 will add the recent OET writing sample for nurses pdf 2020  – 2021 for nursing sub-test with grade A writing sample.

Writing exam is the 3rd part from the Occupational English Test (OET2.0) in which you should write 180 to 200 words as a referral letter.

The test lasts for 45 minutes, 5 minutes to only read the case notes and 40 minutes to complete the writing task.

OET writing sample for nurses pdf

This is the latest official oet 2.0 writing sample tests for nurses to prepare for writing section. So, without further ado, let’s start:

Sample pdf 1

OET Writing sample for nurses pdf – Anna Dijana

PDF Sample 2

OET Writing sample for nurses pdf – John Simpsons

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  1. Ms. Cathy Ina
    Community Nurse
    6 Buchanan St,
    Glasgow G696DY, UK

    25 July 2018

    Re: Anna Dijana, aged 42

    Dear Ms. Cathy,

    I am writing in regards with Ms. Anna who is recovering from Fasciotomies and External Fixation Right Leg is about to be discharge today and needs continued care for her full recovery.

    She is a known case of Seizures and is on Carbamazepine. She is a school teacher, married, with 2 children. Also a social drinker but a non-smoker.

    On 15 July 2018, she came with pain on right knee from falling off stairs. She is diagnosed with Right Proximal Tibia Fracture and Lateral Tibial Plateau Fracture with Compartment Syndrome.

    She was then immediately rushed to Operating Room for a two-incision (4 compartments) fasciotomies and stabilized with external fixator. A wound vacuum is put in place.

    Post-operatively, she is resting comfortably, free of infection, vital signs are normal, wound is red in color, no drainage, no odor, no pain or swelling.

    Following discharge, kindly make sure Ms. Anna is aware about the signs and symptoms of infection, how to keep the surgical site clean, elevate the affected leg with a pillow while sleeping, and expect some drain amount in the wound vacuum. Remind her to notify immediately if any untoward changes.

    Thank you for taking over the care of Ms. Anna. Should you have further inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Yours sincerely,

    Perfecta Mamaculada
    Registered Nurse
    New Victoria Hospital

  2. Ms. Cathy Ina
    Community Nurse
    6 Buchanan St,
    Glasgow G69 6DY
    United Kingdom

    25 July 2018

    Dear Ms. Cathy,
    Re: Anna Dijana, 42 years old

    I am writing in regards to Ms. Anna, who was admitted in New Victoria Hospital following a fall resulting to fracture of her right tibial. She making a full recovery and wil be discharged today and would need your kind assistance for wound care management and follow ups.

    On admission last 15th of July, she was rushed in our hospital complaining of a right knee pain after falling from the stairs. She was not able to put any weight on her right leg and exhibiting signs of compartment syndrome. Immediately, Ms. Anna was sent to the OR for a two-incision fasciotomies of her right lower leg. Evidently, she also fractured her right proximal tibia and lateral tibial plateau, which was treated with external fixators.

    Ms. Anna has been recovering well from her surgery, with no evidence of infection of her surgical wound. She also did not reported any pain and her vitals remained within the normal parameters.

    I appreciate if you could continue advising Ms. Anna about wound care management by making sure that she notifies any signs of infection and that she knows of what is an abnormal wound drainage. Please make sure that she keeps blankets and clothing away from the wound area and weight should not be applied to her right leg.

    Should you have any clarifications, please feel free to contact me.

    Yours truly,

    Nurse

  3. Ms. Cathy Ina
    Community Nurse
    6 Buchanan St,
    Glasgow G69 6DY
    United Kingdom

    25 July 2018

    Dear Ms. Cathy,
    Re: Anna Dijana, 42 years old

    I am writing in regards to Ms. Anna, who was admitted in New Victoria Hospital following a fall resulting to fracture of her right tibial. She will be discharged today and would need your continued care for her full recovery.

    On admission last 15th of July, she was rushed in our hospital complaining of a right knee pain after falling from the stairs. She was not able to put any weight on her right leg and exhibiting signs of compartment syndrome. Immediately, Ms. Anna was sent to the OR for a two-incision fasciotomies of her right lower leg. Evidently, she also fractured her right proximal tibia and lateral tibial plateau, which was treated with external fixators.

    Ms. Anna has been recovering well from her surgery, with no evidence of infection of her surgical wound. She also did not reported any pain and her vitals remained within the normal parameters.

    I would appreciate if you could continue her wound care management by making sure that blankets, clothing or any articles should be kept away from the wound area. Most importantly, please advise Ms. Anna to report any signs of infection like abnormal drainage.

    Should you have any clarifications, please feel free to contact me.

    Yours truly,

    Nurse

  4. Ms. Angelina Hawker
    Senior Nurse
    Parker Nursing Home
    28 Hilly Road

    7 October 2019

    Dear Ms. Angelina,
    Re: John Simpsons, 78 years old

    I am writing in regards to Mr. John, a married retired engineer who is recovering from his left total hip replacement. He is now ready to be discharged today back in your care.

    Mr. John was admitted in our hospital last 3rd of October 2019, following a severe progression of his osteoarthritis, which was known since 2018. Later that day, he was scheduled for an elective left total hip replacement.

    He has been showing a good recovery after his surgery as evidently, Mr. John has been ambulating using his walker without any difficulty. However, disorientation to time and place has been noted, probably caused by the anaesthesia.

    He has been managed with Panadeine Forte 550/30 mg, 2 tablets four times daily as needed for pain relief. Also, he takes Ramipril 5 mg and Aspirin 100 mg one tablet in the morning.

    I would apprecite if you could provide his continued care by monitoring his medications and observing the surgical site for infectiany on. For his ADLs, you may need a wheelie walker, wedge pillow and a toilet raiser. Our hospital will be able to provide these immediately except for the toilet raiser, which will be arranged by a social worker in 2 weeks time. In addition, his hemoglobin has been stable recently, but continued assessment is necessary.

    Lastly, he needs a follow up after 2 weeks in Fortis Hospital Clinic for FBE, UEC and staples removal.

    Should you have any clarifications, please feel free to contact me.

    Yours truly,

    Nurse

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