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primary related to cardiovascular disease
discuss a low-fat diet and the need for regular physical exercise with clients.
secondary related to cardiovascular disease
implement blood pressure and cholesterol screening; give a treadmill stress test.
primary using evidence-based practice
extended and extensive mass media campaigns reduce youth initiation of tobacco use.
secondary using evidence-based practice
client reminders and recalls via mail, telephone, e-mail, or a combination of these stategies are effective in increasing compliance with screening activities such as those for colorectal and breast cancer.
tertiary prevention using evidence-based practice
diabetes self-management educaiton in community gathering places improves glycemic control.
primary related to case management
use the information exchange process to increase the client's understanding of how to use the health carfe system.
tertiary related to case management
monitor the use of prescription medicaitons and adherence to treatment to reduce risk of illness complications.
primary related to disaster management
participate in developing a disaster management plan for the community.
tertiary relatd to disaster management
participate in home visits to uncover dangers that may cause additional injury to victims or cause other problems (e.g., house fires from faulty wiring).
primary for surveillance activities
develop a community security plan to reduce the potential for a terrorist attack.
secondary for surveillance activities
investigate an outbreak of food poisoning in a local community.
primary related to child abuse
provide programs in child development for familmies at risk for child abuse, such as single-parent households.
secondary related to child abuse
provide programs in child development and behavior management for families that have not yet abused their children but whose children are brought to the attention of social authorities for aggressive behavior problems.
tertiary related to child abuse
provide family therapy for abusive families; remove children from the home.
primary related to families
complete family genogram and assess health risks with the family to contract for family health activities to prevent diseases from developing.
secondary related to families
use a behavioral health risk survey and identify the factors leading to obesity in the family.
tertiary related to families
develp a contract with the family to change nutritional patterns to reduce further complications from obesity.
primary across the life span
provide community educaiton about the benefits of breastfeeding and the need for dietary supplementation with vitamin D to prevent childhood rickets.
collaborate with a variety of organizations such as the AHA to design and implement interventions aimed at reducing women's risk for cardiovascular disease.
In group and individual counseling about HIV, caution male client's that they should not share needles, syringes, razors, or toothbrushes.
secondary across the life span
target high-risk groups such as infants who live in sunshine-deprived areas (northern climates, urban areas) for alkaline phosphatase levels or serum assays of 25-hydrozyvitamin D.
provide screening activities such as blood cholesterol and blood pressure monitoring as examples of secondary prevention for women.
advise a man who had unprotected sex to be tested with a lowed by a confirmatory Western blot test.
Provide a comprehensive geriataric assessment at a health fair. Invite all older clients to participate, and screen blood pressure and cholesterol and for signs and symptoms of coronary artery disease and stroke.
tertiary across the life span
offer counseliong regarding vitamin D and calcium supplemnts and nutrition to reduce complications from childhood rickets.
develop a community-based exercise program for a group of women who have cardiovascular disease.
Teach men who are newly diagnosed with HIV to exercise regularly, eat a balanced nutritious diet, sleep at least 8 hours a day, and stop or limit alcohol consumption.
provide a diabetes clinic targeted to older clients with diabtes to teach them how to identify and prevent foot complicartions and about lifestyle changes to cope with this chronic illness.
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