Whisch one the following is an example of the emotinal component of welliness?
A client expresses frustration with her partner's substance abuse.
Which individual appears to have "taken on" the sick role?
A mother is ill and says, "I won't be able to make your lunch today"
Because a client recently dignosed with diabetes mellitus is confident that blood sugar control can be improved with diet anda exercise alone, and recently checked out a video on the management of diabetes at the HMO education center, the client's actions are most representative of which model?
Health belief model
Because a client with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is scheduled to begin several medications to manage the infection, the nurse will need to provide client education. Which client characteristics are most likely to predict adherence with the treatment program? Select all that apply.
A trusting relationschip with the health care provider.
Which one of the following might be the BEST way to measure adherence to a precribed medication regime?
Direct observation of medication administration.
Which of the following is least likely to influence a client's personal definition of health/welllness?
The medical diagnotic terminology used to describe the client's signs and symptoms.
Which of the following is an internal variable affecting health status, beliefs, or practices?
A client recently diagnosed with a chronic illness asks for help in understanding the term chronic. It would be correct for the nurse to say which of the following?
Chronic illnesses are considered incurable.
Although not every client progresses in order through wach stage, what isthe usual sequence in Suchman's stages of illiness?
9.1 The client makes contact with medical care. E. Step 3
9.2 The client goes into rehabilitation /recovery. C. Step 5
9.3 Signs and symptoms appear. A. Step 1
9.4 The client takes on the dependent role D. Step 4
9.5 The client takes on the sick role. B. Step 2
A married mother of three small children has frequent immobilizing headaches of unknown cause. The nurse anticipates that the woman may have which of the following possible reactions?. Select all that apply.
She feels guilty when unable to perform her usual activities.